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1. Impeached South Korean President To Meet With Prosecutors

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Impeached South Korean President To Meet With Prosecutors

South Korea's ousted President Park Geun-hye will meet with prosecutors Tuesday for the first time since she lost her executive immunity. Park is being investigated over her involvement in a scandal that has roiled South Korean politics for months and ended her presidency on March 10. Park's problems began in October, when revelations emerged about the influence her confidante and unofficial adviser Choi Soon-sil exerted at the top of South Korean politics.


2. South Koreans rally to celebrate New Year impeachment of president

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South Koreans rally to celebrate New Year impeachment of president

In South Korea, hundreds of thousands have once again rallied across the country to bring in the New Year and celebrate the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye. Demonstrators also marched to various locations, including the presidential compound to demand the embattled president step down immediately. Press TV’s Frank Smith has more from Seoul.


3. South Korea Votes to Impeach President

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South Korea Votes to Impeach President

On Friday, following weeks of street protests and an approval rating that dropped to only 4%, South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached by the nation’s National Assembly. According to lawmakers, the final vote was 234 to 56 in favor of impeachment. Park, who is the 64-year-old daughter of former South Korean military dictator Park Chung-hee, has been embroiled in a scandal since it was revealed that she shared classified documents with a longtime confidante.


4. South Korea Votes To Impeach President

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South Korea Votes To Impeach President

The nation's first female president was involved with a corruption scandal that angered millions of people.


5. US President Barack Obama To Meet South Korea, Japan Leaders

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US President Barack Obama To Meet South Korea, Japan Leaders

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6. South Korean president to face prosecutors in political scandal probe

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South Korean president to face prosecutors in political scandal probe

South Korean prosecutors are to question President Park Guen-hye as part of a probe into the political scandal swamping her tenure. #Seoul #protesters #rant against #SouthKorean president #ParkGuen-Hye demanding her #resignationhttps://t.co/FMFAx17Nei— India Live Today (@inlivetoday) November 12, 2016 Her presidency has been rocked by the suspicion that she let a longtime confidante manipulate power from behind the scenes. In a televised apology last week the president said she would accept a direct investigation into her actions. It will be the first time a sitting president has been questioned by prosecutors. The prosecution office also said the chairman of Hyundai Motor Company has been questioned over whether Park or anyone involved in the influence-peddling scandal put improper pressure on corporate bosses to raise funds for charitable foundations at the centre of the case. Tonight, a little while ago, Gwanghwamoon, Seoul, where estimated million gathered, shouting Impeach Park Guen-hye. pic.twitter.com/spnWhOkeI1— Suki Kim (@sukisworld) November 12, 2016 On Saturday up to one million people took to the streets of Seoul to call for her resignation.


7. President of South Korea Impeached

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President of South Korea Impeached

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/10/south-korea-president-park-geun-hye-constitutional-court-impeachment


8. Impeached South Korea president to face possible arrest over major scandal

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Impeached South Korea president to face possible arrest over major scandal

Former South Korean president Park Geun-hye was recently suspended and dismissed from her top post following an extortion scandal. Prosecutors say she and a confidante worked together to extort $69 million from 16 businesses, including Samsung. The confidante, Choi Soon-sil, used the money for personal profit and did not designate the funds to non-profits like she initially promised. Park's supporters and opponents have been staging rallies and engaging in clashes with police. If Park is arrested she can then be formally charged with extortion, abusing her power and bribery, which carries up to a life sentence.


9. South Korean President Impeached

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South Korean President Impeached

Seoul (CNN)Park Geun-hye's story is South Korea's history. The first South Korean president to be impeached, Park spent both her youth and later years in the Blue House. A life in the spotlight rich in tragedy and scandal. Park first moved to the presidential quarters aged 10, when her father, Park Chung-hee, seized power in a military coup in 1961. He rewrote the constitution to cement his grip on power and brutally cracked down on dissent and opposition, leading many to call him a dictator.


10. Impeached South Korea president to face possible arrest over major scandal

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Impeached South Korea president to face possible arrest over major scandal

Former South Korean president Park Geun-hye was recently suspended and dismissed from her top post following an extortion scandal. Prosecutors say she and a confidante worked together to extort $69 million from 16 businesses, including Samsung. The confidante, Choi Soon-sil, used the money for personal profit and did not designate the funds to non-profits like she initially promised. Park's supporters and opponents have been staging rallies and engaging in clashes with police. If Park is arrested she can then be formally charged with extortion, abusing her power and bribery, which carries up to a life sentence.



12. South Korean president impeached; two dead in riots

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South Korean president impeached; two dead in riots

South Korean President Park Guen-hye was ruled by the country’s Constitution Court to be removed from office. In December, Park was impeached on charges of soliciting bribes from large businesses and scheming with longtime confidante Choi Soon-sil. Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn will serve as the acting president while a new presidential election is held. Riots broke out after the court decided to uphold the impeachment of President Park. Over 100 Park supporters swarmed to the Constitution Court to protest and approximately 21,000 police officers were sent out on standby. Two people died in the riots while 30 protestors and police officers were injured. Park is the first democratically elected president to be removed from office in South Korea and can now face criminal prosecution.


13. Impeached South Korean President Cheered As She Vacates Office

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Impeached South Korean President Cheered As She Vacates Office

Two days after a court dismissed her over a corruption scandal, ousted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye left the presidential Blue House on Sunday. Before she vacated the official residence, hundreds of Park's supporters stood near her private home for hours. Singing the national anthem and shouting "Nullify impeachment!", they waved the South Korean flag and photos of Park and her late father, Park Chung-hee.



15. President Trump says he'd be "honored" to meet with the N. Korean dictator

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President Trump says he'd be

As North Korea issues new warnings, President Trump says he'd be willing to meet with the country's leader Kim Jong Un. He's also invited another controversial leader, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, to the White House. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has the latest.


16. S. Korea impeached ex-president leaves Blue House

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S. Korea impeached ex-president leaves Blue House

Park Geun-hye leaves the Blue House and returns to her private residence in Seoul, where pro-Park supporters gather to protest against her impeachment.



18. President Trump says he'd be "honored" to meet with the N. Korean dictator

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President Trump says he'd be

As North Korea issues new warnings, President Trump says he'd be willing to meet with the country's leader Kim Jong Un. He's also invited another controversial leader, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, to the White House. CBS News White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan has the latest.


19. Thousands take to the streets in Seoul, South Korea, to demand impeachment of President Park

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Thousands take to the streets in Seoul, South Korea, to demand impeachment of President Park

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20. S. Korean President Impeached, Abandoned By Lawmakers

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S. Korean President Impeached, Abandoned By Lawmakers

South Korean President Park Guen-hye has been abandoned by nearly a quarter of the lawmakers in her party. According to CNN, the blow comes days after Park was impeached for sharing official state documents with Choi Soon-sil. Choi Soon-sil is a confidante of the President who has been described as a Rasputin-like figure. Twenty-nine lawmakers said Tuesday that they planned to quit Park's ruling Saenuri Party, which held 128 of the 300 seats in Parliament before the announcement.