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S. Korean POWs in North are running out of time

S. Korean POWs in North are running out of time

SEOUL - Sixty years ago this month, a 21-year-old South Korean soldier named Lee Jae-won wrote a letter to his mother. He was somewhere in the middle of the peninsula, he wrote, and bullets were coming down like "raindrops." He said he was scared.

July 15, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
Recent furor with N. Korea leaves South distrustful

Recent furor with N. Korea leaves South distrustful

SEOUL - Despite years of tensions, a majority of South Koreans have long clung to a cautiously optimistic vision for their peninsula's future. Even if North and South Korea weren't one day unified, the thinking went, the countries would at least be connected by joint business ventures and ra…

April 07, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Japan's big utilities face new rival: solar

TOKYO - Two years ago, Japan's second-largest city launched a small-scale environmental experiment, encouraging residents to install solar panels on their roofs and buy pricey equipment to track how much energy they use.

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