Stop Dithering, Court Tells Park
The Constitutional Court on Monday told President Park Geun-hye's lawyers to decide now whether or not she will testify in the final hearing of her impeachment trial. Acting chief justice Lee Jung-mi said once the hearings come to an end there will be no chance for Park to reconsider, a broad hint that this particular attempt by the defense to drag out proceedings is likely to come to nothing.
N.Korean Held Over Kim Jong-nam's Death Was on Work Visa
Kuala Lumpur's Restaurateur 'Helped S.Korea Spy on Kim Jong-nam'
What Was the Poison That Killed Kim Jong-nam?
N.Korea's Rift with Malaysia Deepens Over Kim Jong-nam Killing
Kim Jong-nam Hit 'Aimed at Consolidating N.Korean Regime'
Crackpot Asiana Hack Paralyzes Ticket Bookings
Park Aide Emerges from Hiding to Face Questioning
Former presidential secretary for public relations Ahn Bong-geun on Monday emerged from hiding to answer questions from the independent counsel over his involvement in the Cheong Wa Dae scandal.
N.Korea Builds Anti-Aircraft Gun Battery Near Kaesong
North Korea has built an anti-aircraft gun battery and a large-scale military drill ground near the border town of Kaesong, Radio Free Asia reported Sunday. RFA also posted imagery of the camp under the North Korean Army's 1344th Unit shot by a U.S. commercial satellite in October last year.
Samsung's Corporate Reputation Plummets
Samsung's corporate reputation has taken a beating from the debacle surrounding its combustible Galaxy Note 7 phone and can only get worse now that de facto chief Lee Jae-yong has been arrested for corruption.