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"… y nuclear use.” …"

"… mp this summer raised the prospect of raining “fire and fury” on North Korea in response to the isolated country’s military threats, and then weeks l …"

"… ated country’s military threats, and then weeks later claimed that North Korea faced “total destruction” if the United States felt it had to defend i …"

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"… Eakin still completes his outfits with a pin that bears a lesson from the Korean War: Never Impossible. That maxim has been tested by a low-grade but per …"

"… ade but persistent threat far different than the kind Eakin encountered in Korea: well water that’s too dangerous to drink. It gives off a strange odor a …"

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"… l. Ginsburg, for her part, took eight trips, including one to Seoul, South Korea, for a "legal exchange program" that the Supreme Court of Korea funded. Al …"

"… oul, South Korea, for a "legal exchange program" that the Supreme Court of Korea funded. Alito, Kagan and Kennedy also traveled eight times, followed by Th …"

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"… ubstandard steel to fashion components for nuclear reactors sold to India, Korea, Bulgaria and China. The Chinese authorities had triggered the committee …"

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"… ICIJ's partners rewrote the English versions into Spanish, German, French, Korean and simplified Chinese. The biggest challenge was keeping six different …"

"… lish and European languages, I rotated the whole label 45 degrees. But our Korean partners told us that in their language, this was not the most natural ap …"

"… rs told us that in their language, this was not the most natural approach. Korean and Chinese languages were traditionally written vertically, from bottom …"

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"… e Korean Center for Investigative Journalism. …"

"… ational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and reviewed by the Korea Center for Investigative Journalism (KCIJ), also known as Newstapa. Chun …"

"… ing and living in the United States to Singapore when he returned to South Korea in 1989. “I have never taken assets out of the country, and am currentl …"

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"… e. There also is enough — amid persistent military threats by North Korea — to pay for a new $10 million museum in South Korea lauding the U. …"

"… reats by North Korea — to pay for a new $10 million museum in South Korea lauding the U.S. Army’s years of work there. And there is also sufficien …"

"… bursed in three countries with a large U.S. troop presence — Japan, Korea and Germany. But the spending occurs without much oversight and in so …"

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"… fter Democratic Party fundraisers accepted millions of dollars from China, Korea and other foreign sources. And ahead of the 1994 election, then-chairman o …"

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"… ear in Santiago, under worldwide scrutiny, governments finally took action.Korea and Russia, both major players in the jack mackerel fishery, ratified the …"

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"… ties have located international fugitive Kyung Ho Song in his native South Korea, more than a decade after he fled Illinois to avoid being tried for drunke …"

"… s location in December, they have yet to formally request help from South Korean officials, and it is not clear when or if Song might be extradited back t …"

"… homicide and aggravated driving under the influence and absconded to South Korea, government records show.“I was scared,” Song said in the recent inter …"

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"… lly, the White House cited a study in which Darling-Hammond said Korea pays teachers somewhere between doctors and engineers. Korea is an OECD me …"

"… -Hammond said Korea pays teachers somewhere between doctors and engineers. Korea is an OECD member country and its students scored "significantly above" th …"

"… more than the U.S. But there are no OECD statistics on doctor salaries in Korea, so we could not independently determine if teachers are paid "on par" wit …"

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"… geant, has spent five of those years away from her, serving his country in Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan. At her elementary school on an Oklahoma military po …"

"… ear after returning from Iraq, Catie Hunter’s father in January left for Korea – an unexpected tour just when Sgt. Bryan Hunter had decided to retire b …"

Grading the schools

By iWatch News

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"… y Housing, Japan; failing (Q4)C Turner Joy Elementary; Chinhae Naval Base, Korea; poor (Q3)Campbell High; Fort Campbell; poor (Q3)Croughton Elementary/Midd …"

"… ntary; Fort Jackson, SC; failing (Q4)Humphreys Elementary; Camp Humphreys, Korea; good (Q1)Ikego Elementary; Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka Naval Base …"

"… uecke Elementary; Smith Barracks; poor (Q3)Osan Elementary; Osan Air Base, Korea; poor (Q3)Osan High; Osan AB; fair (Q2)Patch Elementary; Patch Barracks, G …"

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"… esort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., on a 2003 trip paid for by the U.S.-Korea Exchange Council. Faleomavaega is the senior Democrat on the on the Intern …"

"… y fees," And that the purpose of the trip was to "examine ROK [Republic of Korea] alliance and tensions."Williams did not return numerous calls seeking com …"

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"… her travel past the maximum time allowed by rules.On a 2001 trip to South Korea, she and her husband traveled at the expense of a group registered as a fo …"

"… had registered as a foreign agent on Aug. 23, three days before the South Korea trip. Members of Congress and their aides are prohibited from accepting pa …"

"… accepting paid trips from foreign agents.The group stopped first in South Korea for a three-day meeting with government officials arranged by the Korea-Un …"

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"… utive branch and Congress, as well as the media. In a phone interview from Korea, Michael House, a partner in the firm's International Trade Practice Group …"

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"… de Janeiro, Cuba, the Cayman Islands, Ireland, Scotland, Singapore, South Korea, Denmark, New Zealand, Spain, South Africa and Greece. Among the dome …"

"… ional Fund, the International Management and Development Institute and the Korea-U.S. Exchange Council. The total cost of those trips was $3.7 million.An A …"

"… l cost of those trips was $3.7 million.An August 2001 trip paid for by the Korea-U.S. Exchange Council that included DeLay and other Republican House membe …"