SEOUL, South Korea—In a departure from the leniency typically given South Korean big businesses, prosecutors on Monday requested the arrest of the de facto head of Samsung Electronics, the.. Epoch Times Also reported by •CJME
A deepening partisan divide over the deployment of the controversial U.S. THAAD missile defense system is becoming a key national security issue in South Korea’s emerging presidential race. In the.. VOA News
South Korean tech giant Samsung has refused to accept accusations its de facto leader is embroiled in a corruption scandal involving the country’s president.
The special prosecutors’ office is.. Source: euronews (in English) -
South Korean prosecutors request the arrest of Samsung head Jay Y. Lee for charges of bribery linked to the corruption scandal engulfing President Park Geun-hye on Monday. Ryan Brooks reports. Source: Reuters Studio -
Jan.16 -- In South Korea, prosecutors are seeking an arrest warrant for the head of the Samsung group, Jay Y. Lee, over allegations including bribery. Bloomberg's Peter Pae reports on "Bloomberg.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
South Korea's special prosecutor delays until Monday (January 16) a decision on whether to seek a warrant to arrest Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee, a suspect in an influence-peddling investigation.. Source: Rumble -
SEOUL - Prosecutors are seeking a warrant to arrest Samsung Group’s Jay Y. Lee for allegations including bribery and embezzlement, a stunning turn for the scion of South Korea’s richest family.. Bangkok Post