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KOREA/
RTR295G6
January 20, 2010
Members of South Korean national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media event...
Seoul, South Korea
Members of South Korean national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media event...
Members of South Korean national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media event showing their training session for the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, at the Korea National Training Centre in Seoul January 20, 2010. The men's team members are Kwak Yoon-ki (L-R in back row), Kim Sung-il, Lee Jung-su, Sung Si-bak and Lee Ho-suk. The women's team members are Kim Min-jung (L-R in front row), Choi Jung-won, Lee Eun-byul, Park Seung-hi and Cho Ha-ri. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
KOREA/
RTR295G2
January 20, 2010
Members of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media...
Seoul, South Korea
Members of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media...
Members of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team pose for photographs during a media event showing their training session for the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, at the Korea National Training Centre in Seoul January 20, 2010. The men's team members are Kwak Yoon-ki (L-R), Kim Sung-il, Lee Jung-su, Sung Si-bak and Lee Ho-suk. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
KOREA/
RTR295FX
January 20, 2010
Sung Si-bak (front), a member of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team, and a fellow...
Seoul, South Korea
Members of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team practise during a media event in...
Sung Si-bak (front), a member of South Korean men's national short-track speed skating team, and a fellow member practise during a media event showing their training session for the upcoming Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, at the Korea National Training Centre in Seoul January 20, 2010. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SPEED SKATING)
KOREA-BUDGET/
RTR28G78
December 31, 2009
Lawmakers from the main opposition Democratic Party march to the National Assembly's plenary session...
Seoul, South Korea
Lawmakers from the main opposition Democratic Party march to the National Assembly's plenary session...
Lawmakers from the main opposition Democratic Party march to the National Assembly's plenary session hall to block the passing of a 2010 state budget, which includes the Four River Project budget, in Seoul December 31, 2009. The ruling Grand National Party on Thursday railroaded the government's 2010 budget bill, totalling 292.8 trillion won ($252.6 billion), up 2.9 percent from this year's budget, through parliament amid fierce protests from lawmakers of the opposition parties, Yonhap News Agency reported. The banner reads, "Denounce Lee Myung-bak's administration". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTXRXJO
December 17, 2009
A unionised worker from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) screams during a rally denouncing...
Seoul, South Korea
A unionised worker from the KCTU screams during a rally denouncing Lee Myung-bak administration's labour...
A unionised worker from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) screams during a rally denouncing South Korean President Lee Myung-bak administration's labour policy and the government's Four River Project near the National Assembly in Seoul December 17, 2009. The red headband reads, "Unity and fighting". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXRXJN
December 17, 2009
Unionised workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) take part in a rally denouncing...
Seoul, South Korea
Unionised workers from the KCTU take part in a rally denouncing Lee Myung-bak administration's labour...
Unionised workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) take part in a rally denouncing South Korean President Lee Myung-bak administration's labour policy and the government's Four River Project near the National Assembly in Seoul December 17, 2009. The red banners read, "Stop the Four River Project! Resign, Lee Myung-bak!" REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXRXJL
December 17, 2009
Unionised workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) take part in a rally denouncing...
Seoul, South Korea
Unionised workers from the KCTU take part in a rally denouncing Lee Myung-bak administration's labour...
Unionised workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) take part in a rally denouncing South Korean President Lee Myung-bak administration's labour policy and the government's Four River Project near the National Assembly in Seoul December 17, 2009. The blue banners read, "Stop the retrogressive revision of the Labour Law! Protect democratic unions!" REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXR8DE
November 28, 2009
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south...
GWACHEON, South Korea
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south of Seoul, November 28, 2009. About 12,000 unionised workers of public corporations, including striking workers of state-owned Korea Railroad, from the two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU), rallied on Saturday to denounce government's restructuring plan. "2MB" signs refers to South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXR8DD
November 28, 2009
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south...
GWACHEON, South Korea
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south of Seoul, November 28, 2009. About 12,000 unionised workers of public corporations, including striking workers of state-owned Korea Railroad, from the two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU), rallied on Saturday to denounce government's restructuring plan. Korean characters on signs read,"Break privatization of state-owned enterprises!". "2MB" refers to South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXR8DB
November 28, 2009
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south...
GWACHEON, South Korea
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon
Workers chant slogans at an anti-government rally in front of a government complex in Gwacheon, south of Seoul, November 28, 2009. About 12,000 unionised workers of public corporations, including striking workers of state-owned Korea Railroad, from the two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU), rallied on Saturday to denounce government's restructuring plan. Korean characters on signs read,"Break privatization of state-owned enterprises!". "2MB" refers to South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
OBAMA-KOREA/
RTXQWN6
November 19, 2009
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference to demand South Korean troops...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference in Seoul
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference to demand South Korean troops not to be sent to Afghanistan again, near the presidential Blue House in Seoul November 19, 2009, where U.S. President Barack Obama visited to hold a summit with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak. South Korea said at the end of October it would dispatch a security contingent of police and troops to Afghanistan to help support the U.S.-led mission there. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
OBAMA-KOREA/
RTXQWN1
November 19, 2009
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference to demand South Korean troops...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference in Seoul
Policemen block anti-war activists who are trying to hold a news conference to demand South Korean troops not to be sent to Afghanistan again, near the presidential Blue House in Seoul November 19, 2009, where U.S. President Barack Obama visited to hold a summit with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak. South Korea said at the end of October it would dispatch a security contingent of police and troops to Afghanistan to help support the U.S.-led mission there. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
OBAMA-KOREA/
RTXQWMZ
November 19, 2009
An anti-war activist holds a sign while trying to hold a news conference, to demand South Korean troops...
Seoul, South Korea
An anti-war activist holds a sign while trying to hold a news conference in Seoul
An anti-war activist holds a sign while trying to hold a news conference, to demand South Korean troops not to be sent to Afghanistan again, near the presidential Blue House in Seoul November 19, 2009, where U.S. President Barack Obama visited to hold a summit with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak. South Korea said at the end of October it would dispatch a security contingent of police and troops to Afghanistan to help support the U.S.-led mission there. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
OBAMA-KOREA/
RTXQWMO
November 19, 2009
Policemen block anti-war activists trying to hold their news conference demanding not to send South Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen block anti-war activists trying to hold their news conference demanding not to send South Korean...
Policemen block anti-war activists trying to hold their news conference demanding not to send South Korean troops to Afghanistan again, near the presidential Blue House in Seoul November 19, 2009, where U.S. President Barack Obama visited to hold a summit with his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak. South Korea said at the end of October it would dispatch a security contingent of police and troops to Afghanistan to help support the U.S.-led mission there. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
KOREA-OBAMA/
RTXQVDC
November 18, 2009
Former North Korean defectors, who have been living in South Korea since their escape from the North,...
Seoul, South Korea
Former North Korean defectors hold signs as they perform during a rally in Seoul
Former North Korean defectors, who have been living in South Korea since their escape from the North, hold signs as they perform during a rally to demand an improvement of North Korea's human rights situation, near the U.S. embassy in Seoul November 18, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama will arrive in South Korea Wednesday night and hold a summit with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on Thursday, with North Korea and a trade deal topping the agenda of their talks. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS CONFLICT)
KOREA-OBAMA/
RTXQVD4
November 18, 2009
Activists playing the roles of a North Korean soldier (R) and a North Korean defector (bottom) perform...
Seoul, South Korea
Activists perform at a rally to demand improvement of North Korea's human rights in Seoul
Activists playing the roles of a North Korean soldier (R) and a North Korean defector (bottom) perform at a rally to demand an improvement of North Korea's human rights situation near the U.S. embassy in Seoul November 18, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama will arrive in South Korea Wednesday night and hold a summit with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on Thursday, with North Korea and a trade deal topping the agenda of their talks. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS CONFLICT)
KOREA-OBAMA/
RTXQVCQ
November 18, 2009
Activists playing the roles of a North Korean soldier (R) and a North Korean defector (bottom) perform...
Seoul, South Korea
Activists for North Korean human rights perform at a rally in Seoul
Activists playing the roles of a North Korean soldier (R) and a North Korean defector (bottom) perform at a rally to demand an improvement of North Korea's human rights situation near the U.S. embassy in Seoul November 18, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama will arrive in South Korea Wednesday night and hold a summit with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on Thursday, with North Korea and a trade deal topping the agenda of their talks. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS CONFLICT)
KOREA/
RTXQTU0
November 17, 2009
A farmer at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied...
Seoul, South Korea
A farmer at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul
A farmer at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied near the parliament on Tuesday calling on President Lee Myung-Bak to address problems of left over excessive stock of rice following the steep decline of its price. Protesters also demanded the surplus of rice to be sent to North Korea to aid starvation. Protesters were also rallying against the South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA), on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the South. The words on the headband reads, "We desperately oppose the South Korea-U.S FTA". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXQTTV
November 17, 2009
A farmer chants slogans at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000...
Seoul, South Korea
A farmer chants slogans at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul
A farmer chants slogans at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied near the parliament on Tuesday calling on President Lee Myung-Bak to address problems of left over excessive stock of rice following the steep decline of its price. Protesters also demanded the surplus of rice to be sent to North Korea to aid starvation. Protesters were also rallying against the South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA), on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the South. The words on the headband reads, "We desperately oppose the South Korea-U.S FTA". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXQTTO
November 17, 2009
Farmers shout slogans as they protest with mock metal balls, representing peasantry suffering from farm...
Seoul, South Korea
Farmers shout slogans representing peasantry suffering from farm household debt, at a rally at the Yeouido...
Farmers shout slogans as they protest with mock metal balls, representing peasantry suffering from farm household debt, at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza, in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied near the parliament on Tuesday calling on President Lee Myung-Bak to address problems of left over excessive stock of rice following the steep decline of its price. Protesters also demanded the surplus of rice to be sent to North Korea to aid starvation. Protesters were also rallying against the South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA), on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the South. The words on the metal ball reads, "farm household debt". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXQTT9
November 17, 2009
A farmer shouts slogans as he protests with a mock metal ball chained to his foot, representing peasantry...
Seoul, South Korea
A farmer shouts slogans with mock metal ball chained to his foot, representing peasantry suffering from...
A farmer shouts slogans as he protests with a mock metal ball chained to his foot, representing peasantry suffering from farm household debt, at a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza, in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied near the parliament on Tuesday calling on President Lee Myung-Bak to address problems of left over excessive stock of rice following the steep decline of its price. Protesters also demanded the surplus of rice to be sent to North Korea to aid starvation. Protesters were also rallying against the South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) agreement, on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the South. The words on the metal ball reads, "farm household debt". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXQTS0
November 17, 2009
Farmers burn a sign during a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000...
Seoul, South Korea
Farmers burn a sign during a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul
Farmers burn a sign during a rally at the Yeouido Culture Plaza in Seoul November 17, 2009. About 15,000 farmers rallied near the parliament on Tuesday calling on President Lee Myung-Bak to address problems of left over excessive stock of rice following the steep decline of its price. Protesters also demanded the surplus of rice to be sent to North Korea to aid starvation. Protesters were also rallying against the South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) agreement, on the eve of U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to the South. The sign reads, "Resolve a serious disturbance of rice price". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS POLITICS)
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTXPGB7
October 09, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama burns incense upon his visit to the South Korean National Cemetery...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama burns incense upon his visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in...
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama burns incense upon his visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul October 9, 2009. The leaders of South Korea and Japan at a summit on Friday called for resuming stalled nuclear talks with North Korea using a new approach that does not repeat previous mistakes, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTXPGB5
October 09, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama bow their heads upon their visit...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese PM Hatoyama and his wife Miyuki bow their heads upon their visit to the South Korean National...
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama bow their heads upon their visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul October 9, 2009. The leaders of South Korea and Japan at a summit on Friday called for resuming stalled nuclear talks with North Korea using a new approach that does not repeat previous mistakes, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTXPGB2
October 09, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) bows his head upon his visit to the South Korean National...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama bows his head upon his visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in...
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) bows his head upon his visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul October 9, 2009. The leaders of South Korea and Japan at a summit on Friday called for resuming stalled nuclear talks with North Korea using a new approach that does not repeat previous mistakes, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTXPGB1
October 09, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama bow their heads upon their visit...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese PM Hatoyama and his wife Miyuki bow their heads upon their visit to the South Korean National...
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama bow their heads upon their visit to the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul October 9, 2009. The leaders of South Korea and Japan at a summit on Friday called for resuming stalled nuclear talks with North Korea using a new approach that does not repeat previous mistakes, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTXPGB0
October 09, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (front row, 2nd R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama (3rd R) visit...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama and his wife Miyuki visit the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul...
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama (front row, 2nd R) and his wife Miyuki Hatoyama (3rd R) visit the South Korean National Cemetery in Seoul October 9, 2009. The leaders of South Korea and Japan at a summit on Friday called for resuming stalled nuclear talks with North Korea using a new approach that does not repeat previous mistakes, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXPFDA
October 08, 2009
South Korean civic group members tear a Japanese flag during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japanese...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean civic group members tear a Japanese flag during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japanese...
South Korean civic group members tear a Japanese flag during an anti-Japan rally denouncing Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama's visit in Seoul October 8, 2009. Hatoyama will visit Seoul to hold a summit with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on October 9, 2009. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS CONFLICT)
KOREA/
RTXP2GA
September 29, 2009
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan (L) shakes hands with Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung shakes hands with Finance Minister Yoon during his inaugural ceremony...
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan (L) shakes hands with Finance Minister Yoon Jeung-hyun during his inaugural ceremony at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul September 29, 2009. South Korean parliament approved Chung, former president of Seoul National University, who was nominated for the position of Prime Minister by President Lee Myung-bak, overriding opposition parties' objections. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXP2G9
September 29, 2009
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan (L) leaves after his inaugural ceremony at the Integrated...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung leaves after his inaugural ceremony at the Integrated Government...
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan (L) leaves after his inaugural ceremony at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul September 29, 2009. South Korean parliament approved Chung, former president of Seoul National University, who was nominated for the position of Prime Minister by President Lee Myung-bak, overriding opposition parties' objections. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXP2G8
September 29, 2009
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan delivers an inaugural speech during his inaugural ceremony...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung delivers an inaugural speech during his inaugural ceremony at...
South Korea's new Prime Minister Chung Un-chan delivers an inaugural speech during his inaugural ceremony at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul September 29, 2009. South Korean parliament approved Chung, former president of Seoul National University, who was nominated for the position of Prime Minister by President Lee Myung-bak, overriding opposition parties' objections. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS HEADSHOT)
KOREA/
RTR26L5U
August 11, 2009
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of...
Incheon, South Korea
U.N. Secretary-General Ban speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of Seoul, August 11, 2009. Ban arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a 10-day personal trip but he will meet South Korean government officials including President Lee Myung-bak and will speak at a peace forum. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTR26L5S
August 11, 2009
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of...
Incheon, South Korea
U.N. Secretary-General Ban speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of Seoul, August 11, 2009. Ban arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a 10-day personal trip but he will meet South Korean government officials including President Lee Myung-bak and will speak at a peace forum. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTR26L5O
August 11, 2009
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of...
Incheon, South Korea
U.N. Secretary-General Ban speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Global Environment Forum 2009 in Incheon, west of Seoul, August 11, 2009. Ban arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a 10-day personal trip but he will meet South Korean government officials including President Lee Myung-bak and will speak at a peace forum. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTR26K5Z
August 10, 2009
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks at the Plenary Assembly of the World Federation of UN Associations...
Seoul, South Korea
U.N. Secretary-General Ban speaks at the Plenary Assembly of the World Federation of UN Associations...
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks at the Plenary Assembly of the World Federation of UN Associations in Seoul August 10, 2009. Ban arrived in South Korea on Sunday for a 10-day personal trip but he will meet South Korean government officials including President Lee Myung-bak and will speak at a peace forum. REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTR25UBS
July 20, 2009
Lawmakers of the opposition Democratic Party shout slogans during a rally denouncing the government's...
Seoul, South Korea
Lawmakers of the opposition Democratic Party shout slogans during a rally in Seoul
Lawmakers of the opposition Democratic Party shout slogans during a rally denouncing the government's reform bills including a controversial media reform bill in front of the National Assembly building in Seoul July 20, 2009. The banners read, "Protect freedom of speech" and "Block Lee Myung-bak's evil laws". REUTERS/Choi Bu-Seok (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS CONFLICT)
CHINA-ECONOMY/PRICES
RTX5LOE
May 12, 2008
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu province May 12, 2008. Prices of food,...
Nanjing, China
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing
A vendor arranges green vegetables at a market in Nanjing, Jiangsu province May 12, 2008. Prices of food, especially of agricultural products, will continue to rise, making it difficult for China to hit this year's 4.8 percent inflation target, a senior government economist said in remarks published on Monday. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
KOREA
RTR23QG
August 26, 2003
North Korean chief delegate Bak Chang-Ryun (R) and Department of
Inter-Korean exchange official Cho...
Incheon, Korea - Republic of
NORTH KOREAN DELEGATES ARRIVE FOR TALKS IN SEOUL.
North Korean chief delegate Bak Chang-Ryun (R) and Department of
Inter-Korean exchange official Cho Myung-kyun (L) arrive at Incheon
International airport near Seoul August 26, 2003. North and South Korea
will be holding three days of Inter-Korean Economic talks beginning
today. REUTERS/Choi Jae-ku/Pool

CK/RCS
KOREA
RTR23QB
August 26, 2003
North Korean chief delegate Bak Chang-Ryun (C) and other officials
arrive at Incheon International airport...
Incheon, Korea - Republic of
NORTH KOREAN CHIEF DELEGATE ARRIVES FOR TALK IN SEOUL.
North Korean chief delegate Bak Chang-Ryun (C) and other officials
arrive at Incheon International airport near Seoul August 26, 2003.
North and South Korea will be holding three days of Inter-Korean
Economic talks beginning today. REUTERS/Choi Jae-ku/Pool

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