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'Truly Disastrous': South Korea's President Declares National Week of Mourning after 153 Killed during Halloween Festival

'Truly Disastrous': South Korea's President Declares National Week of Mourning after 153 Killed during Halloween Festival

At least 153 people were killed on Saturday in a stampede at a Halloween festival in Seoul, South Korea.

North Korea Flies Warplanes, Fires Ballistic Missile, Artillery Shells Near South Korean Border

North Korea Flies Warplanes, Fires Ballistic Missile, Artillery Shells Near South Korean Border

North Korea reportedly fired a short-range ballistic missile toward its eastern waters on Friday and flew warplanes near the South Korean border.

Why South Korea's Coronavirus Strategy May Be Worth Emulating

Why South Korea's Coronavirus Strategy May Be Worth Emulating

South Korea’s approach to coronavirus has been much different than those in China and Italy where the number of cases quickly multiplied. No lockdowns. No roadblocks. No restriction on movement. The results, however, are quite close to those being recently reported in China … and potentially even better.

South Korea Asks Churches to Stop Meeting Until Coronavirus Contained

South Korea Asks Churches to Stop Meeting Until Coronavirus Contained

In hopes of containing the Coronavirus outbreak in South Korea, the government has asked groups, such as churches, that hold large gatherings to refrain from getting together.

Doctor Performs Abortion on Wrong Woman Who Wanted to Keep Her Baby

Doctor Performs Abortion on Wrong Woman Who Wanted to Keep Her Baby
A doctor and nurse in Seoul, South Korea, performed an abortion on the wrong woman in a tragic mix-up that resulted in both being criminally charged.

Foreign Christians Arrested on Charges of 'Converting' in Nepal

Foreign Christians Arrested on Charges of 'Converting' in Nepal
A Christian from South Korea arrested in Nepal on charges of “attempting to convert” was released on bail on Wednesday (Aug. 7), sources said.

125 South Korean Women Collectively Take Abortion Pill in Protest

125 South Korean Women Collectively Take Abortion Pill in Protest
On Sunday in South Korea, 125 women collectively ingested Mifegyne, a medication typically used to induce natural abortions.

In Leery South Korea, American Missionary Couple Works for Reunification of North and South

In Leery South Korea, American Missionary Couple Works for Reunification of North and South
“This land, this undivided land, is your inheritance,” Elizabeth Torrey tells her students during the prayer session. “And your prayers of your heart matter to see that happen.”
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