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The non-regular workers' union at the state-run Incheon International Airport went on an indefinite strike Saturday, calling for higher wages and job security.
As Vice President Joe Biden left for Asia on a mission to reinforce America's determination to be a major Pacific player, a regional crisis over disputed airspace threatened to drown out his message.
South Korean brigadier general of the army Jang Hyun answers a reporter's question during a press conference at Defense Ministry in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013.
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About 3,000 people are expected to gather at Pearl Harbor to commemorate the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II.
Giant Chinese tech vendor Huawei Technologies continues to find itself in the middle of a global debate over cyber-security and espionage.
The United States has strenuously objected to China's new air zone over islands managed by Japan, but experts say its best hope is to contain rather than end tensions.
Jee Young Lee is a 30-something artist who creates amazing, surreal scenes in her small studio in Seoul, South Korea.
North Korea could be facing its most serious defection in 15 years as South Korean media said on Friday that a man who managed funds for the ousted uncle of leader Kim Jong Un had fled the isolated country and sought asylum in South Korea.
Although she is a seasoned traveler who frequently flies between Tokyo and Hong Kong, Kazuyo Ito confessed to some preflight anxiety as she checked in Thursday for Japan Airlines Flight 29. "It is a little scary," said the 59-year-old homemaker when asked about China's threat to stop aircraft that refuse to identify themselves when flying over a ... (more)
The anti-apartheid leader and Nobel laureate was a beloved figure around the world, a symbol of reconciliation from a country with a brutal history of racism.
Shamanistic practices were considered an aspect of Korea that needed to be stamped out in its shift to industrialization and modernization.