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Roh impeachment vote gets physical  Lawmakers loyal to President have put their bodies on the line, physically blocking the National Assembly from voting Uri Party wins election  Lberal Uri Party has won a large majority in the parliamentary elections and was set to win 152 seats Roh impeachment overturned  A constitutional court has overturned a vote by parliament to impeach President, reinstating him to office Roh apologizes over impeachment  President apologized to the nation for the turmoil caused by his impeachment US 'moving Korea troops to Iraq'  South Korea's foreign ministry said the 2 governments were discussing the details of such a move IOC official jailed for corruption   Kim Un-Yong, a vice-president of the International Olympic Committee, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years Koreas agree on easing tensions  North and South have reached an agreement in principle on reducing military tension followed talks between officers   Koreas to open new transport link  North and South have agreed to formally open newly-built roads through the buffer zone that divides the two countries   US plans big S Korea troop cuts  The United States has proposed withdrawing 12,500 of its 37,000 troops by 2006 Threat to behead South Korean hostage
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  National Assembly votes to impeach Roh
  Seoul seeks nuke visit report  Officials are due to get a first hand report on North Korea's Yongbyon facility from an unofficial U.S. delegation Foreign minister resigns  Yoon Young-kwan has resigned following a row among officials over President Roh's policy Olympic vice-president arrested  IOC VP Kim Un-yong, 72, was put behind bars on corruption charges Scientists cloned human embryos


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  The researchers reported they have created human embryos through cloning and extracted stem cells


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  Roh's powers were suspended and Prime Minister Gun will lead until a Court decides whether the president to be removed
 


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  Kim Sun-il, 33, was shown on a videotape pleading for his life, with his captors demand South Korea withdraw
Jun.21     Korea appeals for hostage release  Foreign minister has appealed for the release of a man threatened with execution by militants in Iraq Jun.22     Uneasy wait for Korea hostage fate  South Korea is urging businesses in Iraq to pull its civilian workers   South Korean hostage beheaded
  Insurgents carried out their threat to behead Kim Sun-il they were holding hostage
    S Korea resolute on Iraq troops
  The president has expressed sorrow over the beheading but insisted his country would still send more troops


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Jul.26   N Korean defectors flown to Seoul  More than 200 refugees have been flown from an unnamed third country

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Oct.25   Seoul finds holes in North border
  South Korea has put frontline troops on high alert after finding 2 holes cut in the wire along heavily fortified buffer zone

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Nov.13   6 killed in ship accident  The 5,500-ton S. Korean Marine Osaka, buffeted by strong winds and waves, hit a breakwater in northern Japan





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US 'moving Korea troops to Iraq'  South Korea's foreign ministry said the 2 governments were discussing the details of such a move Koreas agree on easing tensions  North and South have reached an agreement in principle on reducing military tension followed talks between officers   US plans big S Korea troop cuts  The United States has proposed withdrawing 12,500 of its 37,000 troops by 2006   S Korea resolute on Iraq troops




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Jun.22
  The president has expressed sorrow over the beheading but insisted his country would still send more troops
Oct.25 Seoul finds holes in North border
  South Korea has put frontline troops on high alert after finding 2 holes cut in the wire along heavily fortified buffer zone



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2004 Nov.13 6 killed in ship accident  The 5,500-ton S. Korean Marine Osaka, buffeted by strong winds and waves, hit a breakwater in northern Japan



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2004 Feb.12 Scientists cloned human embryos
  The researchers reported they have created human embryos through cloning and extracted stem cells
Jun.4   Koreas to open new transport link  North and South have agreed to formally open newly-built roads through the buffer zone that divides the two countries



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2004 Jan.27 Olympic vice-president arrested  IOC VP Kim Un-yong, 72, was put behind bars on corruption charges Jun.2 IOC official jailed for corruption   Kim Un-Yong, a vice-president of the International Olympic Committee, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years



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2004 Jan.27 Olympic vice-president arrested  IOC VP Kim Un-yong, 72, was put behind bars on corruption charges Jun.2 IOC official jailed for corruption   Kim Un-Yong, a vice-president of the International Olympic Committee, has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years Jun.20 Threat to behead South Korean hostage
  Kim Sun-il, 33, was shown on a videotape pleading for his life, with his captors demand South Korea withdraw
Jun.22   Uneasy wait for Korea hostage fate
  South Korea is urging businesses in Iraq to pull its civilian workers Jun.22 South Korean hostage beheaded
  Insurgents carried out their threat to behead Kim Sun-il they were holding hostage




South Korea, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.11   Seoul seeks nuke visit report  Officials are due to get a first hand report on North Korea's Yongbyon facility from an unofficial U.S. delegation Jan.14 Foreign minister resigns  Yoon Young-kwan has resigned following a row among officials over President Roh's policy Mar.11   National Assembly votes to impeach Roh
  Roh's powers were suspended and Prime Minister Gun will lead until a Court decides whether the president to be removed
Mar.11 Roh impeachment vote gets physical  Lawmakers loyal to President have put their bodies on the line, physically blocking the National Assembly from voting Apr.15 Uri Party wins election  Lberal Uri Party has won a large majority in the parliamentary elections and was set to win 152 seats May.13 Roh impeachment overturned  A constitutional court has overturned a vote by parliament to impeach President, reinstating him to office May.14 Roh apologizes over impeachment  President apologized to the nation for the turmoil caused by his impeachment Jun.3 Koreas agree on easing tensions  North and South have reached an agreement in principle on reducing military tension followed talks between officers Jun.4   Koreas to open new transport link  North and South have agreed to formally open newly-built roads through the buffer zone that divides the two countries Jun.21   Korea appeals for hostage release  Foreign minister has appealed for the release of a man threatened with execution by militants in Iraq Jul.26 N Korean defectors flown to Seoul  More than 200 refugees have been flown from an unnamed third country