This video from the USA is called South Korea: US war crimes and mad-cow beef imports-1/3.
Part 2 is here.
This video from the USA is called South Korea: US war crimes and mad-cow beef imports-3/3.
Six decades after US and Chinese troops waged bitter hand-to-hand combat south of the Yalu River, tensions on the Korean peninsula are being fed by and are in turn exacerbating great power conflicts between Washington and Beijing: here.
Philippines bans deployment of workers to South Korea: here.
China Proposes Emergency Talks on Korea Tensions: here.
The US and South Korean militaries launched a major show of force in the Yellow Sea Sunday in what is widely seen as both a threat to North Korea and an attempt to intimidate China into ceding to Washington’s position on the escalating crisis on the Korean peninsula: here.
While repeatedly declaring that China must intervene to contain North Korea, Washington and its allies have rebuffed China’s diplomatic efforts to calm the Korean conflict: here.
The Venezuelan government released a statement accusing the United States of provoking the ongoing conflict between North and South Korea to further US interests in the region, Venezuelanalysis.com said November 26: here.
S Korea culls diseased animals: Culling of more than 55,000 animals begin after foot-and-mouth disease confirmed: here.
South Korea’s government was forced on the defensive today after agreeing a deal to tear down many of the country’s trade barriers with the US: here.
Both the Obama administration and the South Korean government of President Lee Myung-bak hailed the renegotiation of the US-South Korean (KORUS) free trade agreement over the weekend as a “win win” deal. In reality, Washington has essentially forced its junior ally to make key concessions on the economic front, in exchange for greater US military protection amid sharp tensions on the Korean peninsula: here.
Bryan Kay, The Christian Science Monitor: “On the eve of South Korean live-fire drills that North Korea vows to answer with ‘merciless strikes,’ desperate Yeonpyeong Islanders are fleeing their homes for the second time in a month. Some stopped at a local church to make one final prayer for their hometown before boarding a boat for mainland South Korea”: here.
South Korea has blocked citizens from accessing websites using the north’s web domain name, saying that the sites contain “illegal information” under the country’s anti-communist and security laws: here.
S. Korea orders culling of more than 3 million livestock to control spread of foot-and-mouth disease: here.