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Topic - South Korea'S Parliament
North Korea may be reliant on overseas countries to feed its people, but that isn’t keeping dictator Kim Jong-un from partaking of numerous luxury shopping trips.
A major free-trade pact with the United States that was supposed to be a slam dunk has run into unexpected trouble here.
Portugal's bailout terms are 'severe' and no more lenient than those Greece and Ireland received, a European Union official said Wednesday in an effort to dodge any claims of double standards.