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1. 01-21 Australasia markets see further losses Sydney
C. 02-10 Seoul's historic gate destroyed by fire South Korea
3. 02-15 First order for pet dog cloning South Korea
E. 02-20 President-elect Lee Myung-bak cleared South Korea
F. 03-01 UN chief condemns Gaza violence UN
6. 03-18 Asian markets lift after Fed cut Japan
H. 03-26 N Korea expels S Korean managers North Korea
I. 03-28 UN chief condemns anti-Islam film UN
04-10 UN chief to miss Olympics opening UN

Scores hurt in beef protests Seoul to revive talks with North Ex-Samsung boss convicted  A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a prison First U.S. beef arrives in Korea after ban  The first shipment of U.S. beef under a controversial import deal arrived following a ban after a case of mad cow disease   N Korea steps up row with South  North Korea will expel South Korean workers from a mountain resort, in a further sign of worsening relations between the two countries Puppies: birth of commercial pet cloning   Bush praises South Korea, rebukes North  U.S. President praised the relationship with South Korea and said the nations should continue to work together to eliminate threats from Nor... S. Korea stuns Cuba for baseball gold   Lehman collapse hits Asian shares
Australasia markets see further losses   South Korean and Australian shares dropped by around 5%. Japan's Nikkei index plunged 1.5% in the first minute of trading Seoul's historic gate destroyed by fire First order for pet dog cloning President-elect Lee Myung-bak cleared   UN chief condemns Gaza violence  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on both Israel and Palestinian militants to halt the violence of the past few days   Asian markets lift after Fed cut  The Nikkei index jumped more than 3%; shares in Australia, Taiwan and South Korea rose by 2% N Korea expels S Korean managers  North Korea has expelled most of the South Korean managers from a joint industrial park on which has been a symbol of reconciliation UN chief condemns anti-Islam film   UN chief to miss Olympics opening  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics due to 'schedule issues' S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban' Map of Seoul South Korea  Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US Bush, Lee hopeful of swaying North Korea Ban pushes for more food production Samsung chief resigns from post Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital UN chief to send envoy to Burma   UN head tours cyclone-hit Burma   Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has arrived to tour the devastated Irrawaddy Delta and meet military ruler Gen Than Shwe South Korea, Arab states to form group Protests over US beef South Korea backs off importing U.S. beef Man abducted in 1975 escapes N. Korea Cabinet offers to resign Fuel prices see strikes spread globally No deal at S Korea-US beef talks UN chief questions Zimbabwe vote U.S., South Korea strike on beef sales South Korea lifts ban on US beef


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  Nikkei index dropped 4.8% in the first hour of trading, while the Australian Securities Exchange fell 4.5%. S. Korea's KOSPI dropped 3.6%


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  The first military talks between North and South in 8 months ended in just 1.5 hour, casting doubts over the prospect of any progress
  Asian markets dip despite bailout vote  Asian and Pacific stock markets dropped despite the U.S. Senate's approval of a modified $700 billion bank rescue plan Oct.12     Markets rally after crisis talks  Most Asian markets have reacted positively to efforts by world leaders to end the financial turmoil. Shanghai and Taiwan lost ground Oct.28     North Korea will turn South into 'debris'
  North Korea issues a statement declaring that it will turn South Korea into 'debris' if the South does not stop all 'confrontational activities'


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Nov.7     U.N. chief: Rebels 'poisonous' for Congo  Ban Ki-moon said rebels who are fighting government troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo pose 'poisonous consequences' Nov.11 North Korea to close land border Nov.12   Asia slumps amid bail-out U-turn
Map of Hong Kong Japan  The Nikkei share index dropped more than 6.3%, while stock markets in South Korea, Hong Kong and Australia were all down more than 5% Nov.23 North Korea suspends trains to South Nov.24 UN head outlines DR Congo 'abuse' Nov.30   N Korea restricts border controls   North Korea has begun enforcing stricter border controls with South Korea, due to what it calls 'relentless confrontation' from Seoul





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  UN chief condemns Gaza violence  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on both Israel and Palestinian militants to halt the violence of the past few days Two Koreas end brief military talks




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  The first military talks between North and South in 8 months ended in just 1.5 hour, casting doubts over the prospect of any progress
Oct.28   North Korea will turn South into 'debris'
  North Korea issues a statement declaring that it will turn South Korea into 'debris' if the South does not stop all 'confrontational activities'
Nov.7   U.N. chief: Rebels 'poisonous' for Congo  Ban Ki-moon said rebels who are fighting government troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo pose 'poisonous consequences' Nov.24 UN head outlines DR Congo 'abuse'




South Korea, 2008 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2008 Feb.10 Seoul's historic gate destroyed by fire
May.22   UN head tours cyclone-hit Burma   Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has arrived to tour the devastated Irrawaddy Delta and meet military ruler Gen Than Shwe



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2008 Apr.10   UN chief to miss Olympics opening  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics due to 'schedule issues' Apr.26 Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital Aug.23 S. Korea stuns Cuba for baseball gold




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2008 Jan.21 Australasia markets see further losses   South Korean and Australian shares dropped by around 5%. Japan's Nikkei index plunged 1.5% in the first minute of trading Feb.15 First order for pet dog cloning
Mar.18   Asian markets lift after Fed cut  The Nikkei index jumped more than 3%; shares in Australia, Taiwan and South Korea rose by 2% Apr.17 S Korea 'due to lift US beef ban' Map of Seoul South Korea  Seoul's farm ministry: South Korea has agreed to relax restrictions on beef imports from the US Apr.20 Ban pushes for more food production Apr.21 Samsung chief resigns from post May.26 Protests over US beef Jun.3 South Korea backs off importing U.S. beef Jun.13 Fuel prices see strikes spread globally Jun.15 No deal at S Korea-US beef talks Jun.21 U.S., South Korea strike on beef sales Jun.25 South Korea lifts ban on US beef
  South Korea has formally lifted an import ban, allowing meat from young cattle to be shipped into the country
Jul.15 Ex-Samsung boss convicted  A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a prison Jul.28 First U.S. beef arrives in Korea after ban  The first shipment of U.S. beef under a controversial import deal arrived following a ban after a case of mad cow disease Aug.5 Puppies: birth of commercial pet cloning
Sep.15   Lehman collapse hits Asian shares
  Global markets were reeling after a historic day on Wall Street that saw 2 famous names become the latest victims of the credit crunch
Sep.16 Asian markets mixed on AIG rescue  Asian stock markets partly recovered after the U.S. government announced an $85 billion plan to bail out troubled insurance giant Sep.19 S. Korea promoted to developed market
Sep.29 Asian markets fall on U.S. bailout failure
  Nikkei index dropped 4.8% in the first hour of trading, while the Australian Securities Exchange fell 4.5%. S. Korea's KOSPI dropped 3.6%
Oct.1 Asian markets dip despite bailout vote  Asian and Pacific stock markets dropped despite the U.S. Senate's approval of a modified $700 billion bank rescue plan Oct.12   Markets rally after crisis talks  Most Asian markets have reacted positively to efforts by world leaders to end the financial turmoil. Shanghai and Taiwan lost ground Nov.12 Asia slumps amid bail-out U-turn Map of Hong Kong Japan  The Nikkei share index dropped more than 6.3%, while stock markets in South Korea, Hong Kong and Australia were all down more than 5%



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2008 Jun.9 Man abducted in 1975 escapes N. Korea
Jul.15 Ex-Samsung boss convicted  A court convicted Lee Kun-hee on for evading taxes and fined him 110 billion won ($109 million), but said his crimes did not justify a prison



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2008 Feb.20 President-elect Lee Myung-bak cleared
Mar.1   UN chief condemns Gaza violence  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on both Israel and Palestinian militants to halt the violence of the past few days Mar.26 N Korea expels S Korean managers  North Korea has expelled most of the South Korean managers from a joint industrial park on which has been a symbol of reconciliation Mar.28 UN chief condemns anti-Islam film Apr.10   UN chief to miss Olympics opening  Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will not attend the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics due to 'schedule issues' Apr.19 Bush, Lee hopeful of swaying North Korea Apr.26 Tight security at Seoul torch relay  Protesters promised to put police to the test as the Olympic torch began the 17th leg of its relay in South Korea's capital May.14 UN chief to send envoy to Burma May.22   UN head tours cyclone-hit Burma   Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has arrived to tour the devastated Irrawaddy Delta and meet military ruler Gen Than Shwe May.25 South Korea, Arab states to form group May.26 Protests over US beef Jun.9 Man abducted in 1975 escapes N. Korea Jun.9 Cabinet offers to resign Jun.15 No deal at S Korea-US beef talks Jun.18 UN chief questions Zimbabwe vote Jun.21 U.S., South Korea strike on beef sales Jun.28 Scores hurt in beef protests Jul.10 Seoul to revive talks with North Aug.2   N Korea steps up row with South  North Korea will expel South Korean workers from a mountain resort, in a further sign of worsening relations between the two countries Aug.5   Bush praises South Korea, rebukes North  U.S. President praised the relationship with South Korea and said the nations should continue to work together to eliminate threats from Nor... Oct.1 Two Koreas end brief military talks
  The first military talks between North and South in 8 months ended in just 1.5 hour, casting doubts over the prospect of any progress
Oct.28   North Korea will turn South into 'debris'
  North Korea issues a statement declaring that it will turn South Korea into 'debris' if the South does not stop all 'confrontational activities'
Nov.7   U.N. chief: Rebels 'poisonous' for Congo  Ban Ki-moon said rebels who are fighting government troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo pose 'poisonous consequences' Nov.11 North Korea to close land border
Nov.23 North Korea suspends trains to South Nov.30 N Korea restricts border controls   North Korea has begun enforcing stricter border controls with South Korea, due to what it calls 'relentless confrontation' from Seoul