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Captain blames company for South Korean ferry disaster
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Captain blames firm for S. Korean ferry disaster

SEOUL: The captain of a sunken South Korean ferry on Friday pinned the blame on the ship's operator for one of the nation's worst maritime disasters, saying it was standard practice to overload the vessel and overlook safety checks. The Sewol ... The Gulf Today, 3 hours ago
Ferry skipper blames firm over sinking Manila Standard Today, 15 hours ago

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More foreign students in Korean universities

Tyler Rasch, an American studying foreign relations at Seoul National University, knows the ups and downs of spending time in Korea as a foreign student. He says there are both benefits and challenges - but more of the latter. I like many things ...
 Joins.com6 hours ago Commentary: Foreign students are the key to making D.C. a global city  Washington Post14 hours ago University students, professors march in Seoul over ferry bill  GlobalPost4 days ago Foreign Students Strengthen the US Economy  World Bank7 hours ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Sinkholes in Seoul keep nation focused on safety-efficiency equation

SEOUL-- A series of road collapses in South Korea this summer has raised further questions about safety in a country still reeling from the deadly Sewol ferry disaster in April. Some say the nation's economic development rush came at the price of ...
 Nikkei Asian Review18 hours ago
Yahoo! News

North Korea retracts decision to send cheerleading squad to Incheon Asian Games

Laying the blame at Seoul's feet for its concerns over the cheering team, the Vice Chairman of North Korea's National Olympic Committee officially announced on Thursday that Pyongyang was taking back its decision to send a cheerleading squad to the ...
 Arirang1 day ago N.Korea: No cheerleaders for Asian Games  Malay Mail1 day ago Seoul Regrets Pyongyang's Distorted Facts on Decision Not to Send Cheering Squad  Korea Broadcasting System22 hours ago S.Korea regrets DPRK not to send cheering squad to Asiad  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Seoul earmarks $11.9B for R&D in 2015

SEOUL -- South Korea's National Science and Technology Council decided to allocate a record 12.3902 trillion won ($12.3 billion), a 2.3% year-on-year increase, to R&D activities in the 2015 budget plan at the council's sixth session. Close An ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 day ago
Miami Herald

South Korea unveils monument to Myanmar 1983 bombing

South Koreans pay silent tribute on South Korea’s Memorial Day at the National Cemetery in Seoul. -- AP Dozens of South Korean officials and tearful family members gathered in Myanmar on Friday to unveil a monument commemorating victims of a 1983 North ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Little League champs arrive back in South Korea  Miami Herald2 days ago Beijing urges Seoul to be cautious of deploying US missile defense in South Korea  Itar Tass3 days ago Five dead, five missing after heavy rain hits S. Korea  New Straits Times4 days ago

No bounds

Seoul National University Hospital labor union members stage a rally yesterday in front of the hospital building in Jongno District, central Seoul. It was the beginning of an indefinite strike to oppose its
 Joins.com2 days ago Hospital workers begin strike against 'privatization'  Korea Times2 days ago
IBNLive India News

US a human rights graveyard

SEOUL: North Korea has joined the ranks of America's foes who have seized on riots in Missouri, saying the nation is the graveyard of human rights and should mind its own business rather than criticise others. The police shooting of an unarmed ...
 Qatar Peninsula2 days ago North Korea calls US 'human rights graveyard' over Ferguson (AFP)  Yahoo!Xtra3 days ago N Korea calls US 'human rights graveyard'  The Nation Pakistan2 days ago NK calls US 'human rights graveyard' over Ferguson  Press Trust of India2 days ago

U.N. Food Aid to North Korea Dries Up

SEOUL—The United Nations' food assistance agency says it may have to stop operating in North Korea because of a lack of funding, as donors continue to shy away from the rogue state. The World Food Programme has distributed aid in North Korea since ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago
Korea Herald

New pro football club to be named Seoul Eland FC

Seoul Eland FC's new football coach Martin Rennie. (Seoul Eland FC) The new professional football club set to join the nation's second division next year will be named Seoul Eland FC, officials announced Tuesday. Eland, a local conglomerate with ...
 Korea Herald3 days ago
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