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The paper says safeguarding democracy is the way to clear the remnants of Korea's dark history.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The death this week of South Korea's last military dictator, Chun Doo-hwan, marks the end of a divisive chapter in the country's modern history but leaves survivors of his regime's violence no closer to reconciliation or resolution.
SEOUL (Reuters) -Former South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan, whose iron-fisted rule of the country following a 1979 military coup sparked massive democracy protests, died on Tuesday at the age of 90, his former press aide said.
NINE karate exponents who represented the country in international competitions and won numerous medals will be honoured in a special ceremony hosted by an academy, Makkal Osai reported.
BIALYSTOK/BOHONIKI, Poland (Reuters) - For Tomasz Miskiewicz, the mufti who heads Poland's Muslim community, helping migrants entering the country from Belarus is about humanity, not religion.
LAGOS (Reuters) -The Nigerian Army fired live rounds at peaceful protesters at a toll gate in Lagos in October 2020, according to a leaked report into the incident seen by Reuters and verified by three sources close to the panel that drafted it.
QUITO/GUAYAQUIL (Reuters) - Ecuador's government said on Sunday it was moving ahead with identifying the bodies of 68 people killed the day before during violence at the Penitenciaria del Litoral prison.
GUAYAQUIL (Reuters) - At least 68 prisoners were killed and more than two dozen injured in overnight violence at Ecuador's Penitenciaria del Litoral prison, the government said on Saturday, in what officials characterize as fights among rival gangs.
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