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Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-Hye's trial on hold after lawyers quit

The defence team quit en masse on Monday, when Park condemned the trial as "political revenge", after her detention warrant was extended for another six months.
DNA

S Korean court extends detention of ex-president Park

[South Korea], Oct 13 (ANI): A South Korean court on Friday extended detention of the impeached President Park Geun-hye.
Sify Also reported by •newKerala.com

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News video: Lawyers Report Former South Korean President Suffering In Jail

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Lawyers representing former South Korean president Park Geun-hye have blamed authorities of committing major human rights violations against her. Park's lawyers reportedly allege the former leader is..
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News video: Spy Game: South Korean intel agency ‘hacked’ country’s 2012 presidential race

Spy Game: South Korean intel agency ‘hacked’ country’s 2012 presidential race 01:38

South Korea’s spy agency has admitted playing a role in the country’s 2012 presidential election. It is suspected of helping Park Geun-hye win the election against rival candidate Moon Jae-in. Park..
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News video: Samsung's Jay Y Lee to Appeal Bribery Conviction

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Oct.11 -- The first hearing in the appeal of Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee's bribery conviction opened Thursday in Seoul, with prosecutors and defense attorneys bickering over the testimony of the country's..
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News video: North Korea's Insults on World Leaders

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News video: Samsung Holds Steady Despite Scandal, Battery Fires

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Despite dozens of battery-related fires and its chairman being sentenced to five years in prison, Samsung's stock has surged in the past year. Last week on Friday, Lee Jae-yong, the grandson of the..
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Samsung scion fights back as legal appeal begins

The heir to South Koreas Samsung Group, convicted of bribing the countrys former president, appeared in a packed court on Thursday for the first day of arguments in the appeal of his five-year jail..
Deccan Herald Also reported by •Zee News

S.Korea's ex-president Park to be called as witness in Samsung heir's appeal

SEOUL (Reuters) - Disgraced former South Korean president Park Geun-hye was named as a witness on Thursday by an appeal court reviewing the conviction of Jay Y. Lee, the billionaire heir to the Samsung..
Reuters India

Supporters of S.Korea ex-leader Park ask U.N. body to probe her detention conditions

SEOUL (Reuters) - Supporters of former South Korean president Park Geun-hye have asked a United Nations body to investigate whether her detention during her corruption trial was preventing Park from..
Reuters India

'Mentally deranged US dotard' and other North Korean insults

Americas President is many things to many people but "mentally deranged US dotard" is perhaps the most memorable of names to have yet been coined for the billionaire reality television star-turned..
Deccan Herald

Donald Trump orders new sanctions to further isolate North Korea

US  President Donald Trump announced sanctions on Thursday that open the door wider to blacklisting people and entities doing business with North Korea, including its shipping and trade networks,..
DNA

Samsung heir sentenced to 5-year prison for corruption

Seoul (South Korea), Aug 25 (ANI): A South Korean court has found Lee Jae-yong, the de facto chief of the sprawling Samsung business empire, guilty of bribery and other corruption charges. The court..
ANI News

Supporters of ousted South Korea leader outraged over jail for Samsung chief

Hundreds of diehard supporters of ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye reacted with outrage on Friday after Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee was found guilty of bribing Park, and they vowed to..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Samsung heir convicted of bribery, embezzlement, perjury; jailed for five years

The Seoul Central District Court convicted Lee, 49, the vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics, the world's largest smartphone maker, of offences related to the corruption scandal that brought down..
Zee News

South Korea court says Samsung leader Lee gave bribe to win president's support

A South Korean court ruled on Friday that Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee had paid bribes in anticipation of favours from then president Park Geun-hye.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Loyal supporters of ousted S.Korean president root for Samsung leader

Hundreds of rowdy, diehard supporters of ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye rallied on Friday outside a court demanding the acquittal of Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee, as his fate in a..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Samsung heir guilty of bribery, sentenced to five years jail

The heir to the Samsung business empire, which includes the worlds biggest smartphone maker, was sentenced today to five years in prison for bribery and other offences in connection with the scandal..
Deccan Herald

North Korea media grade South's Moon a 'fail'

North Koreas top state newspaper gave the Souths President Moon Jae-In a "fail" grade today for his first 100 days in office, dismissing his proffered olive branches as "hypocrisy". Moon, elected to..
Deccan Herald

South Korea prosecutors seek 12-year jail term for Samsung scion Jay Y. Lee

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean prosecutors on Monday sought a 12-year jail term for Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, over charges including allegedly bribing ex-President Park Geun-hye for..
Reuters India


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