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B. 01-10 US envoy warns N Korea on rights South Korea
C. 01-23 North Korea issues warning to South Pyongyang, North Korea
D. 01-26 North and South Korea exchange fire South Korea
E. 01-30 UN chief Ban urges Sudan unity UN
5. 02-20 Korean skater doubles up Vancouver
6. 02-23 Kim grabs huge lead with short program Vancouver
02-25 Korea's Kim skates to gold Vancouver
I. 03-05 U.N. chief visits as aftershocks shake Chile
J. 03-13 Kissinger admitted to S. Korean hospital Seoul, South Korea

Summary.     Click for More > S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation' N. Korea warns of new attacks South Korean defense minister resigns US and S Korea begin exercises S. Korean ship sinks, 4 dead, 17 missing UN chief rejects Ivorian pullout South Korea starts live-fire drill  North Korea has said the drill could ignite a war and has promised to respond militarily, but has also agreed to a series of actions UN chief warns of Ivory Coast war S. Korea to hold large live-fire drills South Korea begins major military drills N Koreans 'ready for sacred war'
South Korean navy ship sinking near North Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking Ship's section believed found N. Korea responsible for sinking warship S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ U.S., South Korea begin military exercises  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit S Korea in massive military drill North Korea 'holds Southern boat'  Daeseung , a South Korean fishing boat missing in the Sea of Japan has been detained by the North North Korea, South Korea exchange shots Korean family reunions go ahead Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
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January 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jan.10  US envoy warns N Korea on rights
Jan.23  North Korea issues warning to South
Jan.26  North and South Korea exchange fire
Jan.30  UN chief Ban urges Sudan unity


February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.20  Korean skater doubles up
Feb.23  Kim grabs huge lead with short program
Feb.25


March 2010 ... more > Top ^
Mar.5  U.N. chief visits as aftershocks shake
Mar.13  Kissinger admitted to S. Korean hospital
Mar.26  
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
  S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking  The search is continuing for 46 South Korean sailors missing after their ship sank near the disputed maritime border with North Korea Mar.28   Ship's section believed found  South Korean officials have found the rear section of a sunken navy patrol ship Cheonan where up to 46 sailors could be trapped Mar.29  No signs of life in search of sunken ship  N. Korean mine 'may have sunk warship' Mar.30 Navy diver dies in rescue effort Mar.31  Bad weather halts search for sailors

April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Trial of couple accused of starving baby Apr.5  Pirates seize South Korean tanker Korea ship reaches Somali pirates
Apr.22  N. Korea still suspect in warship sinking Apr.24  Body found in sunken vessel Apr.25  Report: Close-range blast sank ship Apr.28 South Korea holds funeral for 46 sailors

May 2010 ... more > Top ^
May.14 UN head urges end to Bangkok clashes
May.19   N. Korea responsible for sinking warship Map of Seoul South Korea  A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul May.23   S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea   South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture May.24  U.S., S. Korea to conduct joint exercises May.25  Clinton visit Seoul as Korean crisis mounts May.26  S Korea holds anti-submarine drill May.27 N. Korea warns of 'all-out war'  China joins talks on Korea crisis May.29  N. Korea slams South over warship  Ship sinking 'threat to security' May.30  China non-committal on N Korea

June 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jun.10  Rocket apparently blew up Jun.12  South Korea sink Greece Jun.13  UN chief alarmed by Kyrgyzstan clashes Jun.14  Koreas meet over ship's sinking Jun.15 N. Korea rejects findings, threatens war
Jun.17  Argentina crush South Korea Jun.22  South Korea join World Cup last 16 Jun.26 Uruguay 2-1 South Korea Uruguay advances over South Korea

July 2010 ... more > Top ^
Jul.8  U.N. to condemn sinking of S. Korean ship Jul.20  Senior official chastises UN chief     Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ   The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have visited the Demilitarized Zone separating North and Sout... Jul.22  N. Korea agrees to talks on sinking Jul.23  N. Korea vows 'physical response' to drills N Korea warns of nuclear response
Jul.24   U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit


August 2010 ... more > Top ^
Aug.4   S Korea in massive military drill  South Korea has launched its biggest-ever anti-submarine exercises, despite warnings of retaliation from the North Aug.8  President shakes up cabinet   North Korea 'holds Southern boat'
  Daeseung , a South Korean fishing boat missing in the Sea of Japan has been detained by the North
Aug.15  S. Korea: Reunification plan with North Aug.18  U.S., S. Korea: anti-sub exercises Aug.29  PM-to-be resigns amid pressure

September 2010 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3  S. Korea, U.S. to hold joint naval exercise Sep.5  N. Korea to release S. Korean boat crew Sep.27  U.N. to Myanmar: Free political prisoners Sep.29  Koreas talks end without progress

October 2010 ... more > Top ^
Oct.4  Koreas to discuss reuniting families Oct.9  Leading N Korea defector 'dies' Oct.17  Somali pirates hijack South Korean vessel Oct.23  G20 summit agrees to reform IMF Oct.24  Alonso takes F1 title lead Oct.29   North Korea, South Korea exchange shots
Map of Chorwon South Korea  North Korean forces fired two rounds from a 14.5 millimeter machine gun at a South Korean military guard post near the border town of Chorwon   Korean family reunions go ahead  North and South Korea are holding another round of reunions split by the war in the 1950s, despite an exchange of fire between border troops

November 2010 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3  S. Korea fires warning shots in Yellow Sea Nov.10 Obama seeks co-operation at G20
 Obama honors U.S. veterans in S. Korea Nov.11  G20 leaders face fractious talks Nov.22   Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
  North Korea has fired artillery shells across its western maritime border, prompting return fire from South Korea
 Artillery shells at one of border islands are killing two marines and two civilians. The South's military placed on its highest non-wartime alert. North accused the South of firing first. The Southern military had conducted exercises; shelling was directed away from the North
Nov.23   S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation'  Hours after N. Korea's deadly artillery attacks, President Lee Myung-bak said 'enormous retaliation' is needed to stop Pyongyang's incitemen...  Shocked survivors flee N. Korean attack Nov.24   N. Korea warns of new attacks  North Korea will launch additional attacks on South Korea if it continues 'reckless military provocation,' the North's state media said S Korea to bolster island force Nov.25   South Korean defense minister resigns
  Kim Tae-young resigned Thursday, according to the South Korean presidency, two days after North Korea shelling left four South Koreans dead S Korea names new defence chief  N Korea warns South on war games Nov.26 China works to ease Korea tension  China criticizes U.S.-S. Korean exercise  S Korea holds marines' funerals Nov.27 Diplomats try to ease tensions in Koreas   US and S Korea begin exercises
  South Korea and the United States are due to begin four days of joint military exercises in the waters off the Korean west coast Nov.28 South Korea warns of 'firm' response Nov.29 China 'would allow unified Korea' Nov.30  S Korea and US 'plan more drills

December 2010 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1 S. Korea spy chief warns of more attacks
Dec.3  S. Korea threatens airstrikes on North  U.N. makes urgent appeal to fight cholera Dec.5 South Korea begins military drill Dec.12   S. Korean ship sinks, 4 dead, 17 missing  A fishing vessel sank in frigid ocean waters about 1,000 nautical miles north of McMurdo Station. Aat least 20 were rescued Dec.13 Search ends for S Korea fishermen South Korea's army chief resigns Dec.14 Firm cleared in 'stem cell' deaths Dec.18     UN chief rejects Ivorian pullout   Ban Ki-moon has rejected a call for UN troops to leave Ivory Coast as tensions escalate after last month's presidential election Russia warns over Korea tensions Dec.19   South Korea starts live-fire drill
  North Korea has said the drill could ignite a war and has promised to respond militarily, but has also agreed to a series of actions
Dec.21     UN chief warns of Ivory Coast war  The secretary-general has warned there is a "real risk" of a return to civil war in Ivory Coast after the disputed presidential election   S. Korea to hold large live-fire drills  South Korea will hold its largest winter live-fire drills Thursday in an area adjacent to North Korea Dec.22   South Korea begins major military drills  The long-planned drills are being held just 15 miles from South Korea's longtime adversary North Korea Dec.23     N Koreans 'ready for sacred war'  Kim Yong-chun, armed forces minister, accused South Korea of making preparations for war by holding live-fire exercises near the border Dec.24 China seamen in fatal clash freed
Dec.25 S Korea, China plan defence talks Dec.27 S. Korea leader: We must be unified Dec.28 South Korea calls for new talks


South Korean navy ship sinking near North Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea




South Korea, 2010 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Jan.26  North and South Korea exchange fire
Mar.26
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
Mar.26 S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking  The search is continuing for 46 South Korean sailors missing after their ship sank near the disputed maritime border with North Korea Mar.28 Ship's section believed found  South Korean officials have found the rear section of a sunken navy patrol ship Cheonan where up to 46 sailors could be trapped Mar.29  No signs of life in search of sunken ship Mar.29  N. Korean mine 'may have sunk warship' Mar.30 Navy diver dies in rescue effort Apr.5 Korea ship reaches Somali pirates Apr.22  N. Korea still suspect in warship sinking Apr.24  Body found in sunken vessel Apr.25  Report: Close-range blast sank ship Apr.28 South Korea holds funeral for 46 sailors May.19 N. Korea responsible for sinking warship Map of Seoul South Korea  A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul May.24  U.S., S. Korea to conduct joint exercises May.26  S Korea holds anti-submarine drill May.27 N. Korea warns of 'all-out war' May.29  N. Korea slams South over warship May.29  Ship sinking 'threat to security' Jun.15 N. Korea rejects findings, threatens war Jul.8  U.N. to condemn sinking of S. Korean ship Jul.20   Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ   The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have visited the Demilitarized Zone separating North and Sout... Jul.22  N. Korea agrees to talks on sinking Jul.23  N. Korea vows 'physical response' to drills Jul.23 N Korea warns of nuclear response Jul.24 U.S., South Korea begin military exercises
  Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the United States and South Korea began joint military exercises, dubbed Invincible Spirit
Aug.4 S Korea in massive military drill  South Korea has launched its biggest-ever anti-submarine exercises, despite warnings of retaliation from the North Aug.8 North Korea 'holds Southern boat'
  Daeseung , a South Korean fishing boat missing in the Sea of Japan has been detained by the North
Aug.15  S. Korea: Reunification plan with North Aug.18  U.S., S. Korea: anti-sub exercises Sep.3  S. Korea, U.S. to hold joint naval exercise Sep.5  N. Korea to release S. Korean boat crew Sep.29  Koreas talks end without progress Oct.29 North Korea, South Korea exchange shots Map of Chorwon South Korea  North Korean forces fired two rounds from a 14.5 millimeter machine gun at a South Korean military guard post near the border town of Chorwon Nov.3  S. Korea fires warning shots in Yellow Sea Nov.10  Obama honors U.S. veterans in S. Korea Nov.22 Artillery fire on Korea border Map of island of Yeonpyeong South Korea
  North Korea has fired artillery shells across its western maritime border, prompting return fire from South Korea
 Artillery shells at one of border islands are killing two marines and two civilians. The South's military placed on its highest non-wartime alert. North accused the South of firing first. The Southern military had conducted exercises; shelling was directed away from the North
Nov.23 S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation'  Hours after N. Korea's deadly artillery attacks, President Lee Myung-bak said 'enormous retaliation' is needed to stop Pyongyang's incitemen... Nov.23  Shocked survivors flee N. Korean attack Nov.24 N. Korea warns of new attacks  North Korea will launch additional attacks on South Korea if it continues 'reckless military provocation,' the North's state media said Nov.24 S Korea to bolster island force Nov.25 South Korean defense minister resigns  Kim Tae-young resigned Thursday, according to the South Korean presidency, two days after North Korea shelling left four South Koreans dead Nov.25 S Korea names new defence chief Nov.25  N Korea warns South on war games Nov.26 China works to ease Korea tension Nov.26  China criticizes U.S.-S. Korean exercise Nov.26  S Korea holds marines' funerals Nov.27 Diplomats try to ease tensions in Koreas Nov.27 US and S Korea begin exercises  South Korea and the United States are due to begin four days of joint military exercises in the waters off the Korean west coast Nov.28 South Korea warns of 'firm' response Nov.30  S Korea and US 'plan more drills Dec.1 S. Korea spy chief warns of more attacks Dec.3  S. Korea threatens airstrikes on North Dec.5 South Korea begins military drill Dec.13 South Korea's army chief resigns Dec.18   UN chief rejects Ivorian pullout   Ban Ki-moon has rejected a call for UN troops to leave Ivory Coast as tensions escalate after last month's presidential election Dec.19 South Korea starts live-fire drill
  North Korea has said the drill could ignite a war and has promised to respond militarily, but has also agreed to a series of actions
Dec.21 S. Korea to hold large live-fire drills  South Korea will hold its largest winter live-fire drills Thursday in an area adjacent to North Korea Dec.22 South Korea begins major military drills  The long-planned drills are being held just 15 miles from South Korea's longtime adversary North Korea Dec.23   N Koreans 'ready for sacred war'  Kim Yong-chun, armed forces minister, accused South Korea of making preparations for war by holding live-fire exercises near the border Dec.24 China seamen in fatal clash freed
Dec.25 S Korea, China plan defence talks Dec.28 South Korea calls for new talks



South Korea, 2010 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2010 Mar.5  U.N. chief visits as aftershocks shake Mar.26 South Korean navy ship sinking near North
Map of Baengnyeong Island South Korea
  104 crew members are on board the 1,500-ton ship in the Yellow Sea off the Seoul-controlled island of Baengnyeong, near North Korea
 About 40 sailors are missing. The patrol vessel, with 104 people aboard, sank after an explosion tore through its hull
Mar.26 S. Korea searches for sailors after sinking  The search is continuing for 46 South Korean sailors missing after their ship sank near the disputed maritime border with North Korea Mar.28 Ship's section believed found  South Korean officials have found the rear section of a sunken navy patrol ship Cheonan where up to 46 sailors could be trapped Mar.29  No signs of life in search of sunken ship Mar.29  N. Korean mine 'may have sunk warship' Mar.30 Navy diver dies in rescue effort Mar.31  Bad weather halts search for sailors Apr.24  Body found in sunken vessel Jun.10  Rocket apparently blew up Dec.3  U.N. makes urgent appeal to fight cholera Dec.12 S. Korean ship sinks, 4 dead, 17 missing  A fishing vessel sank in frigid ocean waters about 1,000 nautical miles north of McMurdo Station. Aat least 20 were rescued Dec.13 Search ends for S Korea fishermen



South Korea, 2010 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.5  Pirates seize South Korean tanker May.23 S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea   South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture Oct.23  G20 summit agrees to reform IMF Dec.14 Firm cleared in 'stem cell' deaths




South Korea, 2010 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2010 Feb.20  Korean skater doubles up Feb.23  Kim grabs huge lead with short program Feb.25 Korea's Kim skates to gold
Jun.12  South Korea sink Greece Jun.17  Argentina crush South Korea Jun.22  South Korea join World Cup last 16 Jun.26 Uruguay 2-1 South Korea Jun.26 Uruguay advances over South Korea Oct.24  Alonso takes F1 title lead



South Korea, 2010 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.1  Trial of couple accused of starving baby Apr.5  Pirates seize South Korean tanker Apr.5 Korea ship reaches Somali pirates
Oct.17  Somali pirates hijack South Korean vessel



South Korea, 2010 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2010 Jan.10  US envoy warns N Korea on rights Jan.23  North Korea issues warning to South Jan.30  UN chief Ban urges Sudan unity Mar.5  U.N. chief visits as aftershocks shake Mar.13  Kissinger admitted to S. Korean hospital Apr.28 South Korea holds funeral for 46 sailors
May.14 UN head urges end to Bangkok clashes May.19 N. Korea responsible for sinking warship Map of Seoul South Korea  A North Korean submarine fired a torpedo that sunk the Cheonan, a South Korea warship in March, investigators announced in Seoul May.23 S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea   South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture May.25  Clinton visit Seoul as Korean crisis mounts May.27 N. Korea warns of 'all-out war' May.27  China joins talks on Korea crisis May.29  N. Korea slams South over warship May.29  Ship sinking 'threat to security' May.30  China non-committal on N Korea Jun.13  UN chief alarmed by Kyrgyzstan clashes Jun.14  Koreas meet over ship's sinking Jun.15 N. Korea rejects findings, threatens war Jul.8  U.N. to condemn sinking of S. Korean ship Jul.20  Senior official chastises UN chief Jul.20   Clinton and Gates visit Korea DMZ   The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Defence Secretary Robert Gates have visited the Demilitarized Zone separating North and Sout... Jul.22  N. Korea agrees to talks on sinking Jul.23  N. Korea vows 'physical response' to drills Jul.23 N Korea warns of nuclear response Aug.8  President shakes up cabinet Aug.15  S. Korea: Reunification plan with North Aug.29  PM-to-be resigns amid pressure Sep.27  U.N. to Myanmar: Free political prisoners Sep.29  Koreas talks end without progress Oct.4  Koreas to discuss reuniting families Oct.9  Leading N Korea defector 'dies' Oct.23  G20 summit agrees to reform IMF Oct.29 Korean family reunions go ahead  North and South Korea are holding another round of reunions split by the war in the 1950s, despite an exchange of fire between border troops Nov.10 Obama seeks co-operation at G20 Nov.10  Obama honors U.S. veterans in S. Korea Nov.11  G20 leaders face fractious talks Nov.23 S. Korea leader calls for 'retaliation'  Hours after N. Korea's deadly artillery attacks, President Lee Myung-bak said 'enormous retaliation' is needed to stop Pyongyang's incitemen... Nov.24 N. Korea warns of new attacks  North Korea will launch additional attacks on South Korea if it continues 'reckless military provocation,' the North's state media said Nov.25 South Korean defense minister resigns  Kim Tae-young resigned Thursday, according to the South Korean presidency, two days after North Korea shelling left four South Koreans dead Nov.25 S Korea names new defence chief Nov.25  N Korea warns South on war games Nov.26 China works to ease Korea tension Nov.26  China criticizes U.S.-S. Korean exercise Nov.26  S Korea holds marines' funerals Nov.27 Diplomats try to ease tensions in Koreas Nov.28 South Korea warns of 'firm' response Nov.29 China 'would allow unified Korea' Dec.1 S. Korea spy chief warns of more attacks Dec.3  S. Korea threatens airstrikes on North Dec.18   UN chief rejects Ivorian pullout   Ban Ki-moon has rejected a call for UN troops to leave Ivory Coast as tensions escalate after last month's presidential election Dec.18 Russia warns over Korea tensions Dec.21   UN chief warns of Ivory Coast war  The secretary-general has warned there is a "real risk" of a return to civil war in Ivory Coast after the disputed presidential election Dec.23   N Koreans 'ready for sacred war'  Kim Yong-chun, armed forces minister, accused South Korea of making preparations for war by holding live-fire exercises near the border Dec.25 S Korea, China plan defence talks Dec.27 S. Korea leader: We must be unified Dec.28 South Korea calls for new talks