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01-09 Scientist's embryo cloning faked South Korea
C. 01-11 Disgraced scientist Hwang apologises South Korea
D. 03-01 Two Koreas resume military talks North Korea
E. 04-18 S. Korea ire at Japan island move South Korea
5. 04-26 Prosecutors seek Hyundai arrest South Korea
G. 05-05 Wie cuts through big golf barrier Incheon, South Korea
7. 05-11 S. Korea charges stem-cell pioneer South Korea
I. 05-23 N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial North Korea

Disgraced scientist Hwang apologises  Hwang Woo-suk has apologised to the nation: 'I ask for your forgiveness' he told a TV news conference Two Koreas resume military talks  The talks have resumed after a break of nearly two years and expected to help ease military tension S. Korea ire at Japan island move  A row has flared up over Japan's plans to conduct a maritime survey near disputed islands Prosecutors seek Hyundai arrest  Prosecutors have asked for an arrest warrant for Chung Mong-koo, head of the Hyundai, on embezzlement charges Wie cuts through big golf barrier   16-old became the first women to make the cut in a major men's tour event for 61 years at Incheon S. Korea charges stem-cell pioneer  Prosecutors announced indictments of disgraced cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk for fraud, embezzlement WHO chief dies after blood clot  Lee Jong-wook, 61, has died in Geneva, 2 days after emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial  N. Korea wants to cancel a trial run of trains across the border with the South U.S. apology sought in refugee killings  A victims' group alleged manipulation of an investigation into the U.S. Army's mass killing at No Gun Ri in 1950   France held after dominating Korea   Ji-sung's 81st minute goal gave S. Korea an unexpected point in a Group G World Cup encounter in Leipzig   Solid Swiss dump South Korea out  Goals from Senderos and Frei gave Switzerland a 2-0 World Cup a clash with Ukraine in the last 16   World steps up pressure on N.Korea  South Korea, Japan and Australia take steps to punish North Korea for its controversial missile tests this week Heavy rains kill 13  Landslides and flash floods in eastern South Korea left another 18 missing   Trawler safe after pirate ordeal  A South Korean boat with 25 crew members seized off Somalia in April has arrived in Kenya   Korean looks likely as Annan's successor
Scientist's embryo cloning faked


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  South Korea's foreign minister Ban Ki-moon has cemented his position as the near-certain successor
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  Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon has been nominated by the Security Council as the successor to Kofi Annan
Oct.12     Seoul, Beijing debate NK sanctions  Presidents of China and South Korea met to discuss possible sanctions against N. Korea for its claimed nuclear test Oct.13     South Korean named U.N. leader
  The General Assembly has appointed S. Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to serve as the next secretary-general
 Ban, 62, will be the 8th secretary general and the first from Asia since U Thant of Burma. Kofi Annan second 5-year term expires at the end of this year. Ban Ki-moon was one of 7 candidates bidding to be the U.N. chief.
Oct.14     Japan, South Korea hail sanctions vote  2 Asian states have welcomed the sanctions imposed by the U.N. Security Council on the North Oct.18     Rice holding 3-way talks in Seoul
  U.S. Secretary of State arrived for meetings to discuss the region's response to North Korea's suspected nuclear test


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Nov.9     Next UN chief pledges key reforms
  Ban Ki-moon has promised to work to reform the world body and help resolve the stand-off over N. Korea





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Two Koreas resume military talks  The talks have resumed after a break of nearly two years and expected to help ease military tension U.S. apology sought in refugee killings  A victims' group alleged manipulation of an investigation into the U.S. Army's mass killing at No Gun Ri in 1950 Shots fired amid Korean tension  S. Korean troops have fired 40 warning shots at soldiers from the North when soldiers crossed into the DMZ Heavy rains kill 13  Landslides and flash floods in eastern South Korea left another 18 missing N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial  N. Korea wants to cancel a trial run of trains across the border with the South Wie cuts through big golf barrier   16-old became the first women to make the cut in a major men's tour event for 61 years at Incheon   France held after dominating Korea   Ji-sung's 81st minute goal gave S. Korea an unexpected point in a Group G World Cup encounter in Leipzig   Solid Swiss dump South Korea out  Goals from Senderos and Frei gave Switzerland a 2-0 World Cup a clash with Ukraine in the last 16 Scientist's embryo cloning faked




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  An investigation into the pioneering work of cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk has found further fabrications
Apr.26 Prosecutors seek Hyundai arrest  Prosecutors have asked for an arrest warrant for Chung Mong-koo, head of the Hyundai, on embezzlement charges May.11 S. Korea charges stem-cell pioneer  Prosecutors announced indictments of disgraced cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk for fraud, embezzlement Aug.5   Trawler safe after pirate ordeal  A South Korean boat with 25 crew members seized off Somalia in April has arrived in Kenya



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2006 Jan.11 Disgraced scientist Hwang apologises  Hwang Woo-suk has apologised to the nation: 'I ask for your forgiveness' he told a TV news conference Mar.1 Two Koreas resume military talks  The talks have resumed after a break of nearly two years and expected to help ease military tension Apr.18 S. Korea ire at Japan island move  A row has flared up over Japan's plans to conduct a maritime survey near disputed islands May.22 WHO chief dies after blood clot  Lee Jong-wook, 61, has died in Geneva, 2 days after emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain Jul.7   World steps up pressure on N.Korea  South Korea, Japan and Australia take steps to punish North Korea for its controversial missile tests this week Oct.2   Korean looks likely as Annan's successor
  South Korea's foreign minister Ban Ki-moon has cemented his position as the near-certain successor
Oct.9   S Korean proposed as new UN chief
  Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon has been nominated by the Security Council as the successor to Kofi Annan
Oct.12   Seoul, Beijing debate NK sanctions  Presidents of China and South Korea met to discuss possible sanctions against N. Korea for its claimed nuclear test Oct.13   South Korean named U.N. leader
  The General Assembly has appointed S. Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to serve as the next secretary-general
 Ban, 62, will be the 8th secretary general and the first from Asia since U Thant of Burma. Kofi Annan second 5-year term expires at the end of this year. Ban Ki-moon was one of 7 candidates bidding to be the U.N. chief.
Oct.14   Japan, South Korea hail sanctions vote  2 Asian states have welcomed the sanctions imposed by the U.N. Security Council on the North Oct.18   Rice holding 3-way talks in Seoul
  U.S. Secretary of State arrived for meetings to discuss the region's response to North Korea's suspected nuclear test
Nov.9   Next UN chief pledges key reforms  Ban Ki-moon has promised to work to reform the world body and help resolve the stand-off over N. Korea