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01-10 Reconcilation rally North Korea
2. 03-12 Korean talks called off South Korea
3. 03-25 Major cabinet reshuffle South Korea
4. 04-09 Seoul recalls envoy over textbook South Korea
F. 04-17 S. Korean won Marathon Boston
G. 05-30 Confederations Cup South Korea
H. 06-11 General strike South Korea
I. 06-13 Air pilots end strike South Korea

Koreas agree to family reunions  On 16-18 October will be resumed reunions of families separated since the Korean War World Tourism General Assembly  Meeting is being co-hosted by South Korea and Japan. There are concerns over the impact of the terror Japan apologises to South Korea  Prime minister has apologised for the brutality country suffered during the 35-year Japanese occupation Koreas agree to high-level talks  The talks will take place at a remote mountain resort from November 9 in the North Korea Talks end without agreement
Reconcilation rally  Government-orchestrated rally for reconciliation with South Korea U.S. says its GIs killed civilians  Army acknowledged that soldiers shot to death an unknown number of refugees in the Korean War Korean talks called off  The talks between North and South have been postponed at the last minute at the request of the North Korea Major cabinet reshuffle  Han Seung-soo, a former commerce minister, appointed to the foreign affairs post Seoul recalls envoy over textbook  South Korea is recalling its ambassador to Japan in protest at publication of a controversial school history textbook S. Korean won Marathon  Lee Bong-ju won the 105th Marathon ending a 10-year victory streak for Kenya. C. Ndereba, Kenya, won the women's race   Confederations Cup  France, South Korea, 5-0 General strike  50,000 workers walked off the job to protest the pace of reforms. Airlines cancel half its international flights Air pilots end strike  A 2-day strike at carrier Korean Air has ended after the company reached an agreement   Proposal to resume talks with South  Committee for National Reunification proposed talks to South Korean Unification Minister Cabinet to resign en masse


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  President Kim Dae-jung was preparing for a major reshuffle of party leaders and presidential staff
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  Talks were aimed at reviving reconciliation efforts
Nov.19  
  North Korea may have stockpiled up to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons and has the capacity to wage germ warfare
Nov.27   Koreas trade cross-border fire
  2 or 3 shots were fired from a North. South Korean soldiers returned fire. There were no reports of injuries
Nov.28     Spain win World Cup seed  Spain have been awarded the final seeded place

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Dec.1     World Cup draw
  Champion France will face Senegal in the opening game. Argentina and England were drawn in toughest group
Dec.9     Last World Cup venue unveiled  Seogwipo Stadium was unveiled, newest and most spectacular football stadium





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U.S. says its GIs killed civilians  Army acknowledged that soldiers shot to death an unknown number of refugees in the Korean War Seoul recalls envoy over textbook  South Korea is recalling its ambassador to Japan in protest at publication of a controversial school history textbook Japan apologises to South Korea  Prime minister has apologised for the brutality country suffered during the 35-year Japanese occupation N. Korea accused of stockpiling germs




South Korea, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Nov.19
  North Korea may have stockpiled up to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons and has the capacity to wage germ warfare
Nov.27 Koreas trade cross-border fire
  2 or 3 shots were fired from a North. South Korean soldiers returned fire. There were no reports of injuries




South Korea, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jun.11 General strike  50,000 workers walked off the job to protest the pace of reforms. Airlines cancel half its international flights Jun.13 Air pilots end strike
  A 2-day strike at carrier Korean Air has ended after the company reached an agreement Sep.23 World Tourism General Assembly  Meeting is being co-hosted by South Korea and Japan. There are concerns over the impact of the terror



South Korea, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.17 S. Korean won Marathon  Lee Bong-ju won the 105th Marathon ending a 10-year victory streak for Kenya. C. Ndereba, Kenya, won the women's race May.30   Confederations Cup  France, South Korea, 5-0 Nov.28   Spain win World Cup seed  Spain have been awarded the final seeded place Dec.1   World Cup draw
  Champion France will face Senegal in the opening game. Argentina and England were drawn in toughest group
Dec.9   Last World Cup venue unveiled  Seogwipo Stadium was unveiled, newest and most spectacular football stadium



South Korea, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Nov.19 N. Korea accused of stockpiling germs
  North Korea may have stockpiled up to 5,000 tons of chemical weapons and has the capacity to wage germ warfare




South Korea, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.10 Reconcilation rally  Government-orchestrated rally for reconciliation with South Korea Mar.12 Korean talks called off  The talks between North and South have been postponed at the last minute at the request of the North Korea Mar.25 Major cabinet reshuffle  Han Seung-soo, a former commerce minister, appointed to the foreign affairs post Apr.9 Seoul recalls envoy over textbook  South Korea is recalling its ambassador to Japan in protest at publication of a controversial school history textbook Sep.2   Proposal to resume talks with South  Committee for National Reunification proposed talks to South Korean Unification Minister Sep.3 Cabinet to resign en masse
  President Kim Dae-jung was preparing for a major reshuffle of party leaders and presidential staff
Sep.17 Koreas agree to family reunions  On 16-18 October will be resumed reunions of families separated since the Korean War Oct.14 Japan apologises to South Korea  Prime minister has apologised for the brutality country suffered during the 35-year Japanese occupation Nov.2 Koreas agree to high-level talks  The talks will take place at a remote mountain resort from November 9 in the North Korea Nov.13 Talks end without agreement
  Talks were aimed at reviving reconciliation efforts