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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 Korean president to meet with President Trump

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South Korean president to meet with President Trump

"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell joins CBSN with highlights of her interview with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea a week before he is set to meet with President Trump.


3. 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.


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

  • Duration: 52
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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.


5. South Korean president to meet with President Trump

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South Korean president to meet with President Trump

"CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell joins CBSN with highlights of her interview with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea a week before he is set to meet with President Trump.


6. 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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7. Impeached South Korean president apologises to the nation

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Impeached South Korean president apologises to the nation

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye apologises to the nation after parliament voted to impeach her over allegations of corruption.


8. Lawmakers vote to impeach South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Here's what happens next.

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Lawmakers vote to impeach South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Here's what happens next.

South Korea's National Assembly has voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye. Here's what happens next.


9. South Korea Impeachment: Lawmakers have voted to impeach president Park

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South Korea Impeachment: Lawmakers have voted to impeach president Park

Shane Hahm reports the latest from Seoul. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: ...


10. 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.


11. 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.


12. 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.


13. South Korea Impeachment: Lawmakers vote to impeach president Geun-hye

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South Korea Impeachment: Lawmakers vote to impeach president Geun-hye

U-Jean Jung brings more from Seoul. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: ...


14. South Korea: Parliament to vote on impeaching President Park Geun-hye

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South Korea: Parliament to vote on impeaching President Park Geun-hye

South Korea’s embattled leader is on course to become the nation’s first president not to complete a single five-year term in almost three decades. Parliament has introduced a bill to impeach Park Geun-hye, setting in motion an historic vote to oust her. The ballot will take place on Friday (December 9), National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-kyun said. That will be the final day of the current parliamentary regular session. “In order to adhere to the time limit to handle the impeachment motion which is set by the Constitution, we will have to lay out the impeachment motion and consider it in the last plenary session of the regular session, which is scheduled for tomorrow. I ask that each negotiation body cooperates so that there is no difficulty with opening tomorrow’s plenary session,” said Chung. In order to pass, the bill will need two thirds approval in the 300-seat parliament. Park is embroiled in an influence-peddling scandal in which she is alleged to have allowed a long-time friend to manipulate political decisions for personal gain. She will be suspended, but not removed from the presidency for the duration of the court deliberation and her duties temporarily handed over to the prime minister.


15. South Korea Politics: Opposition pushes ahead to impeach president

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South Korea Politics: Opposition pushes ahead to impeach president

Opposition pushes ahead to impeach president in South Korea. TRT World's Shane Hahm has more details. Subscribe: ...


16. South Korea Lawmakers Vote To Impeach President

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South Korea Lawmakers Vote To Impeach President

South Korea's parliament has voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye. This comes after a huge political scandal involving her childhood friend. Prosecutors say Park conspired in the criminal activities of her friend to manipulate government affairs and extort businesses. Hundreds of protesters came together in front of the National Assembly building during the vote. For more than a month, South Koreans have spilled onto the streets every Saturday to protest.


17. South Korea Vote to Impeach President

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South Korea Vote to Impeach President

After millions of Koreans protested for weeks against the government, the vote to impeach the president is finally happening this week.


18. South Korea: Parliament votes to impeach president Park Geun-hye

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South Korea: Parliament votes to impeach president Park Geun-hye

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19. South Korean Prosecutors Want To Arrest Former President

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South Korean Prosecutors Want To Arrest Former President

South Korean prosecutors have asked a judge to issue an arrest warrant for former President Park Geun-hye. Park was the country’s first female president. She is facing charges of bribery, abuse of power, coercion and leaking government secrets. The prosecutors’ decision comes after Park was forced out of the presidency by a South Korean court earlier this month.


20. 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.