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LinkAsia Headlines: April 21, 2014
South Korea's president Park Geun-hye releases a statement about the ferry that sunk last week, likening the actions of the captain and crew to an act of murder, a court...

LinkAsia News: April 18, 2014
Hundreds Missing from South Korean Ferry
(LinkAsia: 4/18/14) The South Korean Ferry named Sewol capsized Wednesday morning with nearly 500 people on board. With over half of the passengers still missing, people are asking, "How could...
LinkAsia Headlines: March 26, 2014
Today's Headlines: New satellite photos are the latest clues to the missing Malaysian airliner MH370, and North Korea fired off medium range missiles capable of hitting Japan hours after President...

LinkAsia Headlines: March 25, 2014
Today's Headlines: Emotions are running high among families of the Chinese passengers of lost flight MH370, and President Obama arranges talks with South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Japanese Prime...
Japan Disputes World War II History, Reunions Held on the Korean Peninsula Come to a Close
(LinkAsia: 2/28/14) Relations between South Korea and Japan are at an all time low. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been pushing his nationalist rhetoric, stepping up territorial claims, and...

Reunited: Korean Families Separated by the War Meet 60 Years Later
(LinkAsia: 2/21/14) This week 82 lucky South Koreans separated from their loved ones after the Korean War had the chance to see their family again during a reunion in North...
LinkAsia News: February 14, 2014
Asians Celebrate Love and Olympic Victories
(LinkAsia: 2/14/14) On Sina Weibo, China's version of Twitter, the question "why don't you have a boyfriend?" has generated more than 1 million responses. And LinkAsia tips its hat to...

Is Thailand's Political Unrest More Complex Than Red vs. Yellow?
(LinkAsia: 2/7/14) Protestors continue to rally around government buildings in Bangkok after elections failed to solve Thailand's political crisis. They are determined to drive Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra out...

Korean Family Reunion
(LinkAsia: 2/7/14) Millions of Korean families were separated by the Korean War after the peninsula was divided into North and South in 1953. Now, 100 lucky South Koreans could...
LinkAsia News: January 31, 2014
Rohingya Face Violence in Burma, Trafficking in Thailand
(LinkAsia: 1/31/14) Reports out of Burma's Rakhine state say that at least 40 Rohingya Muslims have been killed in a fresh outbreak of ethnic violence. This comes as Thai police...

South Korean President Still Seething over Data Leak
(LinkAsia: 1/31/14) President Park Geun-hye wants answers and action. She's frustrated with South Korean credit card companies for not taking "fundamental measures to protect customers" in the wake of a...

LinkAsia News: January 24, 2014