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Samsung in price fixing admission  The electronics giant has agreed to plead guilty to involvement in price fixing in the US and to pay a $300m fine S Korea snubs Japan in shrine row  Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon has dropped plans for a possible visit to Japan, due to the row Koreas 'to unify Olympics teams'  North and South have agreed to compete as a single team in the 2006 Asian Games and the 2008 Olympics   Bush seeks Asian unity on N. Korea
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Bush, S. Korean president to meet  Roh Moo-hyun has arrived for a quick meeting with U.S. President Fugitive Daewoo boss surrenders  Kim Woo-Choong, 69, the former head of collapsed Daewoo Group has handed himself over to prosecutors Kim meets South Korean official  North Korean leader has met with South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young 8 troops die in rampage  22-year-old soldier Kim Dong-min who suffered bullying has killed 8 of his comrades and injured 2 others Pro-whaling bloc loses first vote  Pro and anti-whaling forces have begun a critical meeting which could see an easing of some restrictions Japan bid to end whale sanctuary  Anti-whaling countries will try to thwart an attempt to abolish a sanctuary in the southern seas Koreas agree to end of nuclear standoff  Delegates from North and South have agreed to seek a peaceful resolution to the North's nuclear standoff Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea  South agreed to provide the North with 500,000 tons in rice aid as the countries vowed to boost economic ties Divided Koreas mark 1945 freedom  A North Korean delegation has arrived to mark 60 years since the end of Japanese colonial rule NK nuclear talks return to table  Representatives planned to try again to resolve the standoff at six-nation negotiations Concert stampede kills 11
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  More than 5,000 people stampeded at a public-holiday music concert, killing 11 and injuring more than 50 others
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  U.S. President is looking for a show of unity to press North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program
Nov.17     APEC leaders gather amid protests
  Bush and leaders of 20 countries convene with trade, terrorism, bird flu and N. Korea ambitions on the agenda
  Trade issues top Pacific summit  Stalled global trade talks are topping the agenda of a 2-day summit of 21 leaders Nov.18     APEC ups trade pressure on Europe  The leaders of 21 Asia-Pacific nations call for the EU to do more to secure a global trade liberalization deal Nov.24   Cloning pioneer disgraced  Professor Hwang Woo-suk has resigned and apologised for using human eggs from his own researchers

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Dec.22   Cloning research was fake
  Research into cloning stem cells, hailed as a breakthrough earlier this year, was fabricated


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F. 06-19 Pro-whaling bloc loses first vote South Korea
6. 06-21 Japan bid to end whale sanctuary South Korea
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8 troops die in rampage  22-year-old soldier Kim Dong-min who suffered bullying has killed 8 of his comrades and injured 2 others Koreas agree to end of nuclear standoff  Delegates from North and South have agreed to seek a peaceful resolution to the North's nuclear standoff Concert stampede kills 11




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  More than 5,000 people stampeded at a public-holiday music concert, killing 11 and injuring more than 50 others




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2005 Nov.1 Koreas 'to unify Olympics teams'  North and South have agreed to compete as a single team in the 2006 Asian Games and the 2008 Olympics



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2005 May.20 Stem cells tailored to patients
  Scientists have made stem cells tailored to match the individual for the first time
Jun.13 Fugitive Daewoo boss surrenders  Kim Woo-Choong, 69, the former head of collapsed Daewoo Group has handed himself over to prosecutors Jun.19 Pro-whaling bloc loses first vote  Pro and anti-whaling forces have begun a critical meeting which could see an easing of some restrictions Jul.11 Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea  South agreed to provide the North with 500,000 tons in rice aid as the countries vowed to boost economic ties Oct.13 Samsung in price fixing admission  The electronics giant has agreed to plead guilty to involvement in price fixing in the US and to pay a $300m fine Nov.17 Trade issues top Pacific summit  Stalled global trade talks are topping the agenda of a 2-day summit of 21 leaders Nov.18   APEC ups trade pressure on Europe  The leaders of 21 Asia-Pacific nations call for the EU to do more to secure a global trade liberalization deal



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2005 Jun.13 Fugitive Daewoo boss surrenders  Kim Woo-Choong, 69, the former head of collapsed Daewoo Group has handed himself over to prosecutors Jun.18 8 troops die in rampage  22-year-old soldier Kim Dong-min who suffered bullying has killed 8 of his comrades and injured 2 others Dec.22 Cloning research was fake
  Research into cloning stem cells, hailed as a breakthrough earlier this year, was fabricated




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2005 Jun.9 Bush, S. Korean president to meet  Roh Moo-hyun has arrived for a quick meeting with U.S. President Jun.16 Kim meets South Korean official  North Korean leader has met with South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young Jun.21 Japan bid to end whale sanctuary  Anti-whaling countries will try to thwart an attempt to abolish a sanctuary in the southern seas Jun.23 Koreas agree to end of nuclear standoff  Delegates from North and South have agreed to seek a peaceful resolution to the North's nuclear standoff Jul.11 Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea  South agreed to provide the North with 500,000 tons in rice aid as the countries vowed to boost economic ties Aug.13 Divided Koreas mark 1945 freedom  A North Korean delegation has arrived to mark 60 years since the end of Japanese colonial rule Sep.12 NK nuclear talks return to table  Representatives planned to try again to resolve the standoff at six-nation negotiations Oct.18 S Korea snubs Japan in shrine row  Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon has dropped plans for a possible visit to Japan, due to the row Nov.16   Bush seeks Asian unity on N. Korea
  U.S. President is looking for a show of unity to press North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program
Nov.17   APEC leaders gather amid protests
  Bush and leaders of 20 countries convene with trade, terrorism, bird flu and N. Korea ambitions on the agenda
Nov.17 Trade issues top Pacific summit  Stalled global trade talks are topping the agenda of a 2-day summit of 21 leaders Nov.24 Cloning pioneer disgraced  Professor Hwang Woo-suk has resigned and apologised for using human eggs from his own researchers