Abe sticks to vague position on responsibility for wartime sexual slavery

[Newsmaker] Korea deploys new science satellite

YASNY, Russia ― South Korea said Thursday it has successfully sent a new science satellite into space, its radio communication with the country’s ground station indicating that the satellite is oper...

Updated : 2015.03.26 20:38

[Newsmaker] Navy beset by corruption

The South Korean Navy is faltering under a string of corruption and sexual scandals involving former and current senior officials, triggering public criticism and calls for sweeping reform amid North ...

Updated : 2015.03.25 19:19

[Newsmaker] Tea Party agitator Cruz aims for White House

WASHINGTON ― Once reviled by fellow Republicans as a “wacko bird” for leading the U.S. government to a 2013 shutdown, resurgent Sen. Ted Cruz has turned his Constitution-above-all conservatism into...

Updated : 2015.03.24 19:27

[Newsmaker] Lee Kuan Yew: Feared leader of Singapore

SINGAPORE ― Lee Kuan Yew, one of the commanding figures of Asia’s post-war economic rise, was an authoritarian leader who transformed Singapore from a sleepy British imperial outpost into a global t...

Updated : 2015.03.23 19:33

[Newsmaker] IS aims to eclipse al-Qaida in Yemen

DUBAI ― By claiming its first attack in Yemen the Islamic State group is seeking to exploit the chaos gripping the country and siphon support from the world’s most fearsome al-Qaida branch, analysts...

Updated : 2015.03.22 19:00

[Newsmaker] Netanyahu comes under U.S. pressure

JERUSALEM ― Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, fresh from a sweeping election victory Wednesday, quickly came under pressure from Washington to step back from hardline campaign promises over ...

Updated : 2015.03.19 20:26

[Newsmaker] Moon seizes limelight

In a much anticipated face-to-face meeting with President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday, Moon Jae-in of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy wasted no time blasting her “botched” economic policies. It...

Updated : 2015.03.18 19:50

[Newsmaker] Robert Durst faces murder charge

NEW ORLEANS ― Robert Durst couldn’t explain away the similarities between his handwriting and a letter he said “only the killer could have written” that alerted police to his friend’s shooting 15...

Updated : 2015.03.17 21:43

[Newsmaker] Mass protests challenge Rousseff

SAO PAULO ― Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff faced the biggest challenge yet of her young and turbulent second term, as hundreds of thousands of protesters took to streets in more than 150 cities t...

Updated : 2015.03.16 19:54

[Newsmaker] Elderly left poor by low pension payments

South Korea was found to have one of the least generous pension systems in the developed world, while suffering its highest rate of senior poverty, a report showed Sunday. According to the Korea Labor...

Updated : 2015.03.15 19:06

[Newsmaker] LG chairman renews commitment to R&D

LG Group chairman Koo Bon-moo has renewed his commitment to elevating the group’s research and development prowess, pledging huge new investment and more support for researchers.“In an era of techno...

Updated : 2015.03.12 19:49

[Newsmaker] Clinton breaks silence on email controversy

NEW YORK ― Presumed 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton stormed back onto America’s political stage Tuesday, seeking to quell concerns she used private email while secretary of state but ackno...

Updated : 2015.03.11 20:04

[Newsmaker] Apple Watch to include array of features

SAN FRANCISCO ― Apple launched an assault on the fledgling wearable tech market Monday, unveiling a high-end smartwatch that offers new ways to stay connected and to track health and fitness.The Appl...

Updated : 2015.03.10 19:39

[Newsmaker] Japan glimpses its future in Fukushima today

Japan will honor its dead this week from the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the coastline north of Tokyo on March 11 four years ago.For those who have spent those years helping survivors in th...

Updated : 2015.03.09 19:31

[Newsmaker] Film on Chinese pollution gets the ax

A documentary film investigating China’s poor air quality was pulled from major Chinese online video sites on Friday by order of the government after it drew millions of views, the Wall Street Journa...

Updated : 2015.03.08 18:34
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