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Collegian dies after 12 hours of online gaming
A university student died after playing an online shooting game for about 12 hours in a “PC bang,” or Internet parlor, police said.
Carbon reduction-green card to debut
The government will launch an incentive system for people who purchase eco-friendly products or abide by a low-carbon lifestyle to save energy and reduce carbon emissions, the Ministry of Environment said Monday.
Teacher accused of abusing disabled children
The nation’s human rights agency has asked the prosecution to investigate a teacher who allegedly beat and abused disabled students over the past 10 years.
Students under probe for harassing teacher
Police are investigating the online spread of a video clip showing students making fun of their female teacher by making sexually-harassing remarks in the classroom of a middle school, the National Police Agency (NPA) said Tuesday.
[HS] Seoul Town Meeting due today
Seoul City is hosting the 2010 Seoul Town Meeting with expatriates residing in Seoul at the conference room on the 13th floor of Seoul City Hall Seosomun Annex at 10 a.m. today.
Ex-teachers win damages for false espionage charges
A Seoul court has ordered the government to pay 20.7 billion won ($18 million) in compensation to a group of former teachers who were indicted with false espionage charges in 1982.
Guidelines proposed for student athletes rights
The human rights agency Sunday announced guidelines coaches and teammates should follow to protect student athletes from rights violations.
Will FMD peak out this week?
The foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) outbreak, which has hit southeastern livestock farms over the last month, is expected to reach a critical point this week, over whether the disease will spread further or not, animal quarantine authorities said Sunday.
Street of light will be set up at Gwanghwamun
Seoul City said it will make the 2-kilometer street from Gwanghwamun to Namdaemun in the center of the capital a “street of light” by 2012 to make it a national landmark.
NZ police find body of Korean tourist
The body of a Korean tourist who went missing near a remote New Zealand glacier has been found at the bottom of a cliff, AFP reported, citing police officers Wednesday.
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