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Trump: I’ll be President for All Americans

Republican Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset victory.In an acceptance speech before his supporters in New York early on Wednesday, Trump pledged that he will be president for all Americans.The ...
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Turkmenistan Wants Greater Petronas Participation In Downstream Sector

Turkmenistan has expressed an interest for Malaysia's state-owned oil giant Petronas to enhance its participation in downstream activities especially in petrochemical plants, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.In a joint media conference he...
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Police Reclaim 4,500 Stolen Cultural Assets

The National Police Agency(NPA) said it retrieved four-thousand-542 stolen cultural artifacts during a nationwide crackdown between July and October.The police on Tuesday announced the result of its four-month campaign, during which 48 arrests were mad...
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Ruling Lawmakers Positive on Park’s Proposal

Key influencers from the ruling Saenuri Party are reacting positively to the president's idea of appointing a new prime minister recommended by the parliament.Former Saenuri Chairman Kim Moo-sung said it's good thing that the president listened to lawm...
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KOSPI, KOSDAQ Rise on Monday

The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index(KOSPI) rose on Monday as institutions turned to net buyers, although the push wasn't enough to send it above the two-thousand threshold.The KOSPI gained 15-point-56 points, or zero-point-79 percent, to cl...
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Park Meets Religious Leaders to Seek Advice Amid Crisis

President Park Geun-hye has met with senior religious leaders to hear their opinions and get advice on the Choi Soon-sil scandal.The presidential office said Park invited the Catholic Church's Archbishop of Seoul, Cardinal Andrew Yeom Soo-jung, for tal...
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Victims of Japan’s Sexual Slavery Demand Apology, Compensation

Victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery have rejected a landmark agreement reached late last year between South Korea and Japan on the issue of comfort women. Former comfort women from South Korea, Indonesia, East Timor and the Philippines gathered o...
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Japan Concerned about Scandal Affecting Military Pact

Japan is worried that the political scandal engulfing South Korea may affect discussions on the General Security of Military Information Agreement that the two countries are pushing to sign. This is according to Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun daily that cited...
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Saenuri Party Apologizes to the Public Following Park’s Address

The ruling Saenuri party issued its own apology echoing that of President Park Friday.The party statement pledged to cooperate fully with prosecutors to investigate all allegations until the public is satisfied. It agrees the president is fully respons...
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