South Korean industry titans harangued in scandal probe
South Korea's most powerful tycoons, including de facto Samsung chief Lee Jae-Yong, stammered and squirmed Tuesday under a verbal assault from a parliamentary committee probing a corruption scandal that has riveted the nation.
Scandal hearings put South Korea tycoons in hot seat
South Korea lawmakers on Monday kicked off an unprecedented series of hearings that will grill the country's business elite over a corruption scandal engulfing impeachment-threatened President Park Geun-Hye.
South Korean ruling party urges Park to quit in April
South Korea's ruling party on Thursday urged scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye to step down in April next year, giving her a week to accept their ultimatum or risk impeachment.
South Korea president says willing to leave office early
South Korea's scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye said Tuesday she was willing to resign early and let parliament decide her fate, a move critics said was a bid to delay impending impeachment.
South Korea president impeachment vote in December
A vote to impeach South Korea's scandal-hit president could take place as early as next week, lawmakers said Thursday.
Samsung offices raided over influence-peddling scandal
South Korean prosecutors on Wednesday raided offices of the Samsung Group and the state pension fund as the electronics giant is dragged further into a snowballing influence-peddling scandal engulfing President Park Geun-Hye.
Nigeria suffers heavy football defeat, loses 8-1 to England in South Korea
The Golden Eaglets will not be defending their World title next year, as coach Garba-led team bowed to the Baby Menas of Niger Republic 3-1 in the U-17 African qualifier in August.
Weakened South Korean president takes another hit
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Tuesday agreed to dump her nominee for prime minister and cede control of some state affairs in a major climbdown forced by a corruption scandal battering her administration.