Memorial remembers Korean women forced to work in frontline brothels by Japanese military during World War II as part of infamous 'comfort-woman' system
The company’s disinfectant for humidifiers killed scores of people and left hundreds with permanent lung damage
Country will closely screen posts after President-elect directed series of inflammatory tweets at China and North Korea
Neighbouring countries are still technically at war
'The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated' says city mayor
South Korea warned of 'fatal' consequences for the North if it was provoked
The vote to remove Park Geun-hye, the country's first female president, was supported by many members of her own party
The North has previously been accused of hacking into banks and media outlets but never the South's military
Park Geun-hye's stunning announcement follows massive protests calling for her removal
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The demonstrations mark the fifth straight weekend of protests in the country and are among the largest seen since the pro-democracy protests of the 1980s
The Viagra revelation is just the latest twist in a massive political scandal building around President Park Geun-hye
The protests follow one of the most explosive political scandals the country has ever seen
'China once again requires South Korea to exercise restraint, and refrain from extreme measures'
'We will not accept North Korea as a nuclear state, we will not accept North Korea's possession of nuclear weapons. Period,' US Deputy Secretary of State says
Insults follow President Park's invitation to North Koreans to build a better life in the South