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NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (unseen)...
Beijing, China
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan in Beijing...
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (unseen) at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (C) arrives at the Great Hall of the People for a meeting with...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan arrives at the Great Hall of the People for a meeting in Beijing...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (C) arrives at the Great Hall of the People for a meeting with China's President Xi Jinping (unseen), in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (unseen)...
Beijing, China
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at Great...
China's President Xi Jinping attends a meeting with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (unseen) at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
RTX36IW5
May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) passes on a hand-written letter from South Korean President...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan passes on a hand-written letter from South Korean President Moon...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) passes on a hand-written letter from South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Chinese President Xi Jinping during a meeting at the Great Hall of the People for a meeting with China's President Xi Jinping (unseen), in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NORTHKOREA-MISSILES/
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May 19, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (L) meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, China May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (not pictured)...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the foreign...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (not pictured) at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (not pictured)...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the foreign...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan attends talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (not pictured) at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attend a meeting at the...
Beijing, China
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attend a meeting at the...
South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attend a meeting at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
RTX36COH
May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/
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May 18, 2017
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attends talks with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (not pictured)...
Beijing, China
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attends talks with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan at the foreign...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attends talks with South Korean special envoy Lee Hae-chan (not pictured) at the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
KOREA-POLITICS/
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October 15, 2007
Chung Dong-young (C) greets Sohn Hak-kyu (L) and Lee Hae-chan, two other presidential hopefuls, after...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung greets Sohn and Lee after being chosen as presidential candidate of United New Democratic Party...
Chung Dong-young (C) greets Sohn Hak-kyu (L) and Lee Hae-chan, two other presidential hopefuls, after being chosen as presidential candidate of the United New Democratic Party in Seoul October 15, 2007. South Korea's ruling liberal party on Monday picked Chung, a former TV anchorman and minister for North Korea as its presidential candidate whose meagre support rate makes him a long shot at best in the December election. REUTERS/Han Jae-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA POLITICS
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March 16, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan stands in front of a logo of the government at his farewell...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee stands in front of logo of government at his farewell ceremony in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan stands in front of a logo of the government at his farewell ceremony in Seoul March 15, 2006. Lee officially left office on Wednesday for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos, ending a run as one of the country's most powerful premiers. The logo reads "Government". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA POLITICS
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (front C) bows to his officials as he leaves his office in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee bows to his officials as he leaves his office in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (front C) bows to his officials as he leaves his office in Seoul March 15, 2006. Lee officially left office on Wednesday for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos, ending a run as one of the country's most powerful premiers. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA POLITICS
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan makes a speech at his farewell ceremony in Seoul March 15, 2006....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee makes a speech at his farewell ceremony in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan makes a speech at his farewell ceremony in Seoul March 15, 2006. Lee officially left office on Wednesday for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos, ending a run as one of the country's most powerful premiers. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA POLITICS
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March 15, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan bows to his officials before he makes a speech at his farewell...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee bows to his officials at his farewell ceremony in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan bows to his officials before he makes a speech at his farewell ceremony in Seoul March 15, 2006. Lee officially left office on Wednesday for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos, ending a run as one of the country's most powerful premiers. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA POLITICS
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March 14, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan gets into a car as he leaves his office in Seoul March 14, 2006....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee gets into car as he leaves his office in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan gets into a car as he leaves his office in Seoul March 14, 2006. South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun on Tuesday accepted the resignation of his prime minister, who faced calls to step down for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA POLITICS
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March 14, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan gets into a car as he leaves his office in Seoul March 14, 2006....
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee gets into car as he leaves his office in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan gets into a car as he leaves his office in Seoul March 14, 2006. South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun on Tuesday accepted the resignation of his prime minister, who faced calls to step down for playing golf with businessmen while a railway strike was causing transport chaos. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA POLITICS
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March 14, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan presides over a Cabinet council in Seoul March 14, 2006. Lee...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Lee presides over a Cabinet council in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan presides over a Cabinet council in Seoul March 14, 2006. Lee offered on Tuesday to resign for playing golf with business executives while a national railway strike was causing transport chaos, the presidential office said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA POLITICS
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March 14, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (C) walks with his cabinet members to attend the Cabinet council...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Lee walks with his cabinet members to attend the Cabinet council in Seoul...
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (C) walks with his cabinet members to attend the Cabinet council in Seoul March 14, 2006. Lee offered on Tuesday to resign for playing golf with business executives while a national railway strike was causing transport chaos, the presidential office said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA
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March 13, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan presides over a meeting in Seoul March 13, 2006. Lee apologized...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee presides over meeting in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan presides over a meeting in Seoul March 13, 2006. Lee apologized to the public on Monday for playing golf with businessmen on March 1, a national holiday and the first day of a nationwide strike by railway workers, while the main opposition Grand National Party demanding his resignation, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA
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March 13, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan stands in front of a national flag as he presides over a meeting...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean PM Lee presides over meeting in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan stands in front of a national flag as he presides over a meeting in Seoul March 13, 2006. Lee apologized to the public on Monday for playing golf with businessmen on March 1, a national holiday and the first day of a nationwide strike by railway workers, while the main opposition Grand National Party demanding his resignation, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SAFRICA
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February 13, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (R) meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg...
Johannesburg, South Africa
South Korean PM Lee meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (R) meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg February 13, 2006. Lee, who is in South Africa to attend the Progressive Governance Summit, paid a short courtesy visit to Mandela. REUTERS/Photographer
SAFRICA
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February 13, 2006
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (R) meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg...
Johannesburg, South Africa
South Korean PM Lee meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (R) meets former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg February 13, 2006. Lee, who is in South Africa to attend the Progressive Governance Summit, paid a short courtesy visit to Mandela. REUTERS/Photographer
AFRICA SUMMIT
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February 12, 2006
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) speaks at a news conference of the Progressive Governance Summit...
HAMMANSKRAAL, South Africa
British Prime Minister Blair speaks at a news conference during the Progressive Governance Summit in...
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) speaks at a news conference of the Progressive Governance Summit flanked by South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan at the Didimala game lodge in Hammanskraal, 50 km (31 miles) north of the capital Pretoria, South Africa February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
AFRICA SUMMIT
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February 12, 2006
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (from L-R), British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ethiopia Prime...
HAMMANSKRAAL, South Africa
Progressive Governance Summit leaders pose for group photograph in Hammanskraal, South Africa
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (from L-R), British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ethiopia Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, South African President Thabo Mbeki, Sweden's Prime Minister Goran Persson, South Korea Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark pose for a group photograph at the Progressive Governance Summit at the Didimala game lodge in Hammanskraal, 50 km (30 miles) north of the capital Pretoria, South Africa February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
AFRICA SUMMIT
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February 12, 2006
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) speaks at a news conference of the Progressive Governance Summit...
HAMMANSKRAAL, South Africa
British Prime Minister Blair speaks at a news conference during the Progressive Governance Summit in...
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) speaks at a news conference of the Progressive Governance Summit flanked by South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan at the Didimala game lodge in Hammanskraal, 50 km (31 miles) north of the capital Pretoria, South Africa February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
AFRICA SUMMIT
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February 12, 2006
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (from L-R), British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ethiopia Prime...
HAMMANSKRAAL, South Africa
Progressive Governance Summit leaders pose for group photograph in Hammanskraal, South Africa
Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (from L-R), British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ethiopia Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, South African President Thabo Mbeki, Sweden's Prime Minister Goran Persson, South Korea Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark pose for a group photograph at the Progressive Governance Summit at the Didimala game lodge in Hammanskraal, 50 km (30 miles) north of the capital Pretoria, South Africa February 12, 2006. REUTERS/Howard Burditt
APEC
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November 17, 2005
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shake hands with South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (L) during...
Seoul, Korea
Chinese President Hu shake hands with South Korean PM Lee during their meeting at a hotel in Seoul
Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shake hands with South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-Chan (L) during their meeting at a hotel in Seoul November 17, 2005. Hu arrived in Seoul on November 16 for talks with South Korean President Roh Moo-Hyun and the Asia-Pacific Economic Coorperation (APEC) summit later this week. REUTERS/Jung Yeon-je/Pool
UKRAINE
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October 20, 2005
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko invites South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) to negotiations...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian President Yushchenko invites South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan to negotiations in Kiev...
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko invites South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) to negotiations in Kiev, October 20, 2005. Lee arrived in Kiev on Thursday for a three day visit. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool
UKRAINE
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October 20, 2005
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) greets his Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan during an official...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yekhanurov greets his Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan during an official meeting...
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) greets his Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan during an official meeting in Kiev October 20, 2005. Lee arrived in Kiev on Thursday for a three day visit. REUTERS/Genya Savilov/Pool
UKRAINE
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October 20, 2005
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and his Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan answer questions...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yekhanurov and his Korean counterpart Lee answer questions during a news conference...
Ukrainian Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov (R) and his Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan answer questions during a news conference in Kiev October 20, 2005. Lee arrived in Kiev on Thursday for a three-day official visit. REUTERS/Genya Savilov/Pool
KOREA NORTH TRADE
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October 12, 2005
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan reads President Roh Moo-hyun's address to the parliament in...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Lee reads President Roh's address to the parliament in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan reads President Roh Moo-hyun's address to the parliament in Seoul October 12, 2005. Trade between South and North Korea is expected to top $1 billion this year, up by more than 50 percent from three years ago due to increased business contacts, Roh said on Wednesday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA NORTH PAKISTAN
RTR15NNC
September 29, 2005
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) talks to his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz (L) at Lee's...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan talks to his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz in Seoul
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) talks to his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz (L) at Lee's office in Seoul September 29, 2005. Pakistan has given South Korea all the information it has about suspected exchanges of nuclear technology with North Korea and considers the issue "a closed chapter", Pakistan's prime minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA NORTH PAKISTAN
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September 29, 2005
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz (front) signs the visitors' book as his South Korean counterpart...
Seoul, Korea
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz signs the visitors' book as his South Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan...
Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz (front) signs the visitors' book as his South Korean counterpart Lee Hae-chan (L) looks on at the latter's office in Seoul September 29, 2005. Pakistan has given South Korea all the information it has about suspected exchanges of nuclear technology with North Korea and considers the issue "a closed chapter", Aziz said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA NORTH PAKISTAN
RTRPSM3
September 29, 2005
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) greets his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz at the former's...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan greets his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz at the former's...
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) greets his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz at the former's office in Seoul September 29, 2005. Pakistan has given South Korea all the information it has about suspected exchanges of nuclear technology with North Korea and considers the issue "a closed chapter", Aziz said on Thursday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA PRINCE
RTR15LC3
July 24, 2005
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee attends a funeral for Lee Ku, the last direct heir to the throne of...
Seoul, Korea
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee attends a funeral for Lee Ku, the last direct heir to the ...
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee attends a funeral for Lee Ku, the last direct heir to the throne of Korea's last dynasty, at the Changduk Palace in Seoul. South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan attends a funeral for Lee Ku, the last direct heir to the throne of Korea's last dynasty, at the Changduk Palace in Seoul July 24, 2005. A slice of Korea's royal history was revived on Sunday in a funeral for Lee Ku, who spoke almost no Korean and lived in obscurity in Japan. Lee died alone in a Japanese hotel room on July 16 and his body was transported to Seoul last week wrapped in a Korean national unity flag. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA NORTH TALKS
RTRFAVQ
June 23, 2005
Head of the North Korean delegation and Unification Minister stand in front of the dinner table in Seoul....
Seoul, South Korea
Head of the North Korean delegation and Unification Minister stand in front of the dinner table ...
Head of the North Korean delegation and Unification Minister stand in front of the dinner table in Seoul. Kwon Ho-ung (L), a chief cabinet councillor of North Korea and the head of the North Korean delegation for the inter-Korean ministerial talks and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan stand in front of the dinner table in Seoul June 23, 2005. North and South Korea ended a high-level meeting on Thursday without agreement on resuming six-country talks on ending Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA NORTH TALKS
RTRFAVJ
June 23, 2005
Head of the North Korean delegation, South Korean Prime Minister and Unification Minister toast in Seoul....
Seoul, South Korea
Head of the North Korean delegation, South Korean Prime Minister and Unification Minister toast ...
Head of the North Korean delegation, South Korean Prime Minister and Unification Minister toast in Seoul. (L-R) Kwon Ho-ung, a chief cabinet councillor of North Korea and the head of the North Korean delegation for the inter-Korean ministerial talks, South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young toast together at the dinner in Seoul June 23, 2005. North and South Korea ended a high-level meeting on Thursday without agreement on resuming six-country talks on ending Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF9N7
June 23, 2005
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) meets Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan (L) in Beijing's...
Beijing, United Kingdom
South Korean Prime Minister Lee meets Chinese State Councillor Tang in Beijing's Diaoyutai State Guesthouse....
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) meets Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan (L) in Beijing's Diaoyutai State Guesthouse June 23, 2005. 2005. Lee is in Beijing amid a flurry of diplomacy aimed at restarting 6-way talks on North Korea's nuclear program, which have been stalled for a year by North Korea's refusal to attend. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool GB/DY
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF9LP
June 23, 2005
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan in Beijing's...
Beijing, United Kingdom
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan in ...
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan in Beijing's Diaoyutai State Guesthouse. South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) is greeted by Chinese State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan in Beijing's Diaoyutai State Guesthouse June 23, 2005. Lee is in Beijing amid a flurry of diplomacy aimed at restarting 6-way talks on North Korea's nuclear program, which have been stalled for a year by North Korea's refusal to attend. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF5IA
June 22, 2005
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing's Great...
Beijing, United Kingdom
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing's ...
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan is greeted by Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing's Great Hall of the People. South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (L) is greeted by Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing's Great Hall of the People June 22, 2005. Lee is in Beijing to seek China's help in bringing North Korea back to six-party talks on its nuclear program. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTR15KB2
June 21, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan walk past the honour guard...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and South Korean PM Lee walk past honour guard in Beijing.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan walk past the honour guard during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 21, 2005. Lee arrived in China on Tuesday amid a flurry of diplomatic exchanges aimed in part at drawing North Korea back into six-party talks on its nuclear programme. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/mk
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF1V2
June 21, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen and South Korean Prime Minister Lee walk past the honour guard during a welcome ceremony...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and South Korean Prime Minister Lee walk past the honour guard during a welcome ......
Chinese Premier Wen and South Korean Prime Minister Lee walk past the honour guard during a welcome ceremony in Beijing. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan walk past the honour guard during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 21, 2005. Lee arrived in China on Tuesday amid a flurry of diplomatic exchanges aimed in part at drawing North Korea back into six-party talks on its nuclear programme. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF1TQ
June 21, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) shows the way for South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a welcoming...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen shows the way for South Korean PM Lee in Beijing.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) shows the way for South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 21, 2005. Lee arrived in China on Tuesday amid a flurry of diplomatic exchanges aimed in part at drawing North Korea back into six-party talks on its nuclear programme. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/mk
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF1TG
June 21, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan listen to national anthems...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and South Korean PM Lee listen to national anthems, Beijing.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan listen to national anthems during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 21, 2005. Lee arrived in China on Tuesday amid a flurry of diplomatic exchanges aimed in part at drawing North Korea back into six-party talks on its nuclear programme. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/mk
CHINA SOUTH KOREA
RTRF1QN
June 21, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way for South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a welcoming...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen shows the way for South Korean PM Lee in Beijing.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way for South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 21, 2005. Lee arrived in China on Tuesday amid a flurry of diplomatic exchanges aimed in part at drawing North Korea back into six-party talks on its nuclear programme. REUTERS/Jason Lee LEE/mk
ENERGY KOREA SK
RTREKO8
June 16, 2005
Chairman of SK Group, Chey poses for photographers during a meeting among leaders of South Korean conglomerates...
Seoul, Korea
Chairman of SK Group, Chey poses for photographers during a meeting among leaders of South ...
Chairman of SK Group, Chey poses for photographers during a meeting among leaders of South Korean conglomerates and the PM in Seoul. The chairman of SK Group, Chey Tae-won (L), poses for photographers as the chairman of Hyundai and Kia Motors Chung Mong-koo looks on during a meeting among leaders of South Korean conglomerates and Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (unseen) at a hotel in Seoul, June 16, 2005. A Seoul court issued an arrest warrant on Thursday for the former head of the Daewoo, Kim Woo-choong, who fled South Korea when the group collapsed, while leaders of other powerful conglomerates called for the release of their former colleague. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA DAEWOO
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June 16, 2005
An official talks to South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a meeting with leaders of South...
Seoul, Korea
An official talks to South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a meeting with leaders of ...
An official talks to South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan during a meeting with leaders of South Korean conglomerates in Seoul. An official whispers to South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (C) as Chairman of Hyundai and Kia Motors, Chung Mong-koo (L) looks on during a meeting with leaders of South Korean conglomerates in Seoul June 16, 2005. A Seoul court issued an arrest warrant on Thursday for the former head of the Daewoo, Kim Woo-choong, who fled South Korea when the group collapsed, while leaders of other powerful conglomerates called for the release of their former colleague. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA DAEWOO
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June 16, 2005
(R-L) South Korea's Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee, Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and Chairman of Federation...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean leaders of powerful conglomerates meet Prime Minister Lee in Seoul.
(R-L) South Korea's Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee, Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and Chairman of Federation of Korean Industries Kang Shin-ho pose prior to their meeting in Seoul, June 16, 2005. A Seoul court issued an arrest warrant on Thursday for the former head of the Daewoo, Kim Woo-choong, who fled South Korea when the group collapsed, while leaders of other powerful conglomerates called for the release of their former colleague. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/NL
KOREA DAEWOO
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June 16, 2005
(R-L) South Korea's Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee, Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan, Chairman of Federation...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean leaders of powerful conglomerates meet Prime Minister Lee at a hotel in Seoul.
(R-L) South Korea's Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee, Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan, Chairman of Federation of Korean Industries Kang Shin-ho, Chairman of Hyundai and Kia Motors Chung Mong-koo and Chairman of SK Group, Chey Tae-won, pose prior to their meeting at a hotel in Seoul, June 16, 2005. A Seoul court issued an arrest warrant on Thursday for the former head of the Daewoo, Kim Woo-choong, who fled South Korea when the group collapsed, while leaders of other powerful conglomerates called for the release of their former colleague during a meeting with Prime Minister Lee. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/NL
KOREA NORTH TALKS
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June 08, 2005
South Korea's Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon (C) talks with Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (L) as...
Seoul, Korea
South Korea's FM Ban talks with Unification Minister Chung at plenary session of parliament in Seoul....
South Korea's Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon (C) talks with Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (L) as Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan leaves his seat to answer questions at a plenary session of parliament in Seoul June 8, 2005. North Korea may agree to resume six-country nuclear talks soon, but it will not be easy for regional powers to convince Pyongyang to end its nuclear ambitions, South Korean officials and analysts said on Wednesday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho LJW/TZ
KOREA NORTH
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April 23, 2005
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam shake hands...
Jakarta, Indonesia
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam shake ...
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam shake hands before their meeting at the Asian-African leaders summit in Jakarta. South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan (R) and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam shake hands before their meeting at the Asian-African leaders summit in Jakarta April 23, 2005. North and South Korea held a second high-level meeting in Jakarta on Saturday after their first such contact in five years the previous day. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni
KOREA NORTH
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April 23, 2005
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam (L) shake...
Jakarta, Indonesia
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee shakes hands with North Korea's number two leader Kim in Jakarta.
South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan and North Korea's number two leader Kim Yong-nam (L) shake hands before their meeting at the Asian-African leaders summit in Jakarta April 23, 2005. North and South Korea held a second high-level meeting in Jakarta on Saturday after their first such contact in five years the previous day. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni dw/CN
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