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South Korea's Park Apologizes, Promises Cooperation in Graft Probe

VOA News Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologised to the country on Tuesday as she arrived at prosecutors' offices for questioning as a criminal suspect in a widening corruption investigation that has already cost her the presidency. "I am sorry to the people. I will faithfully cooperate with questioning," Park said in front of media at the steps of the office building, in her first comments directly to the public since she was dismissed on March 10. Park, 65, became...
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News video: South Korea declines extending graft probe

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The probe into the graft scandal involving South Korean President Park Geun-hye will not be extended after the country’s acting leader said it has served its purpose. Park and her longtime confidant have been accused of putting pressure on big businesses to donate to two foundations set up by the...

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