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Embattled South Korean president says she’ll resign if parliament finds a plan for safe transfer of power

Seattle Times Tuesday, 29 November 2016
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Embattled South Korean president says she’ll resign if parliament finds a plan for safe transfer of power.
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Embattled South Korean President park Geun-Hye says she'll resign if parliament comes up with a plan for the safe transfer of power. Park's stunning announcement this morning comes after massive protests that have called for her ouster amid a mountin

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