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DTN News: Korean Top Stories / Headlines News Dated January 16, 2011

DTN News: Korean Top Stories / Headlines News Dated January 16, 2011
Source: DTN News - - This article compiled by Roger Smith from reliable sources The Korean Times, The Korea Herald & Korean News (North Korea)
(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - January 16, 2011: Comprehensive daily news related to Korea for the world of TODAY.
*Comprehensive daily news related to Korean Top Stories / Headlines News for the world of TODAY
'Carlyle will be closely examined over Hana deal'
A powerful ruling party lawmaker leading the National Assembly’s National Policy Committee has vowed to prevent foreig..
Seoul’s mercury falls to lowest in 10 years
A cold spell, created by a strong high pressure system over Siberia, continues to grip the entire nation, sending the ..
Live burial of pigs provokes mass uproar
Underground economy accounts for one fifth
Tough hearings expected for 2 minister-nominees
President urges all-out efforts to rescue hijacked ship
Treatment cost for breast cancer highest
N. Korea creates 10-year economic blueprint
Lee calls for UN action on NK uranium enrichment program
Gallo brings Broadway know-how to 'Tears of Heaven'
Prospects of El Sistema in Korea?
60 years later, Korea is biggest donor to RP
Paik Hospital making patients feel at home
[century] Chaebol’s birth in 1961: prime movers of nation building
Political Digest l Nation Digest l Foreign Affairs/Defense l Photo

Senior GNP lawmaker questions Ahn's leadership

Woman found dead in 'jimjilbang'

Generals appeal punishment over Cheonan

Technology Digest l Photo

Early T. Rex ancestor found in S. America

LG aims to beat Samsung where it can

LG eyes top spot in home appliances

Samsung SDS denies IPO plan for 2011

With 3D TVs, Sony sees big breakthroughs

Movie l Music l Performance l Art & Museums l Korean Language

Prospects of El Sistema in Korea?

Gallo brings Broadway know-how to 'Tears of Heaven'

Local jazz pioneers, int'l stars round out January

Editorial l Today's Column l Thoughts of the Times l Guest Column
Fuel price row

Burden for patients

FKI's free fall

Wrangle on welfare

Terms of dialogue


Bionic dog is back on her feet with world's 1st artific..

US states at risk of bankruptcy

Motor show promotes sexy models, not cars

Australian teen gives up life for brother

Snake saves frog’s life?

Biz / Finance Digest l Meet The CEO l Global Brand of Koreal Photo

Samsung executives dyeing hair black

Senior GNP lawmaker questions Ahn's leadership

Biosimilars vitalizing Korea's drug industry

Samhwa to be forced on banks

Regulatory review on KEB deal delayed

Sports Digest l Photo

Spanish reporter is surprised of Korean soccer level

BlueFangs humiliated with worst KOVO rankings

Roh resigns as national swimming coach

Pungertar sweeps FIS Ski Jumping Contentinal Cup

Pungertar triumphs at PyeongChang

People l Embassy Row l Education l Foreign Community l Photo


Chernobyl to rise as tourist attraction

60 years later, Korea is biggest donor to RP

Hankook Ilbo advisor to chair Ewha board

Oriental medicine doctor recounts service in Uzbekistan


Hangeul zone envisioned in central Seoul

Mayor offers vote on free meals

Stars donate 8.3 mil. won in charity auction of posses..

Taxi location tracking service available for female pa..

Online Seoul map offers tour, culture information

'China to invest $2 bil. in NK economic zone' A Chinese state-owned company recently agreed to invest $2 billion in North Korea’s Rason special economic zone, a local newspaper said Friday.

'Seoul, Beijing to hold defense chiefs' talks in Feb.' The defense ministers from South Korea and China will hold talks in February to discuss regional security issues, including North Korea’s attack on a South Korean island in the West Sea, a government official said Sunday.

Government hit for 'submissive' diplomacy The Lee Myung-bak administration is under fire for its “submissive” diplomacy with China over the release of three Chinese fishermen who attacked South Korean coastguards during a fatal clash between a fishing boat and a patrol ship in the West Sea..

North Korea threatens nuclear war North Korea said Thursday that it is ready to launch a “sacred” war against South Korea on the basis of its nuclear deterrent.

Christmas lights to sparkle near border South Korean military authorities have decided to allow a local church to display Christmas lights near the border with North Korea for the first time in seven years.

'Sounds of artillery fire heard in N. Korea' A South Korean military official said sounds of distant artillery fire were heard Wednesday from within North Korea near the tense West Sea border, a news report said.

'Images show NK midget-sub armed with torpedoes' Recent satellite images have captured North Korea’s submarines being fitted with torpedoes, a local newspaper reported Tuesday.

NK heir reiterates goal to feed people Following up on his grandfather’s legacy, the new heir of the North Korean regime announced the ambitious goals of feeding his people and putting priority on economic growth.

[century] Communist Kim Il-sung’s Manchurian struggle in 1930-40s On June 5, 1937, the Dong-A Ilbo, then as now one of the leading Korean dailies, recounted an incident that took place in the small township of Pochonbo on the Korean border with China. The newspaper reported that a band of Korean “communist bandit..

US aircraft carrier to be sent to West Sea A U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will be dispatched to the West Sea to conduct a joint training exercise with South Korean naval ...

Citizens vent anger over NK strike South Koreans showed strong signs of ambivalence about North Korea’s artillery strike on Yeonpyeong Island in the West Sea near the inter-Korean maritime border, Tuesday.

NK shells S. Korean island in West Sea North Korea Tuesday fired dozens of coastal artillery shells onto a South Korean island across the disputed western sea border, ...

N. Korea fires artillery into border island of Yeonpyeong-do Dozens of North Korean artillery shells landed on a South Korean border island in the West Sea Tuesday, damaging 60-70 homes, reports said.

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News From KOREAN CENTRAL NEWS AGENCY of DPRK(Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
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Book Published
DPRK to Make 2011 Successful Year in Sports
Indigenous Microbial Fertilizer in Wide Use
Relics of Contributor to Unifying Kingdoms into Koryo Unearthed
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S. Korea-Japan Military Nexus Condemned
Koreans in Japan Meet to Support New Year Editorial
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Editado nuevo libro en Corea
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