South Korea's soccer association has handed down lifetime bans to 10 players charged over alleged involvement in a match-fixing scandal.
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North Korea on Thursday demanded the return of nine of its citizens who defected by boat and warned that cross-border relations would suffer otherwise, Seoul officials said.
A rift between the Obama White House and one of its key political constituencies widened Thursday as AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka stepped up his criticism of the administration's proposed free-trade deal with Colombia.
China's quietest multibillion-dollar Chinese success story began when a former soldier founded a company in the 1980s to sell imported phone switches.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley touted the results Tuesday of a 10-day economic development trip to Asia, which he said helped the state secure more than $85 million in foreign investments.
From here, the world's fifth-largest seaport sends Kia and Samsung products to the United States on Hyundai ships, while boatloads of American beef and iPhones come the other way.
There was a decidedly international flavor to Saturday night's Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 38th Annual Student Academy Awards, with top medalists hailing from homelands spanning the globe _ from Norway to South Korea to Israel to Brazil.
South Koreans are divided over Jimmy Carter's call for unconditional food aid to North Korea, reflecting their ambivalence over the 39th president's 35 years of activism on the Korean Peninsula.