By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - China's anti-Korean sentiment led by Seoul's move to deploy the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) anti-ballistic missile system on its.. Huffington Post
Obama on third term Japan PM to visit Pearl Harbor Mall fights across U.S. Criminal case opened after 77 die from poisonous bath lotion Buffalo Bills fire Rex Ryan Iconic actress Carrie Fisher dead at.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
On Tuesday, Korean Air Lines spokesperson Penny Pfaelzer told NBC News, "Korean Air has incredibly strong security measures but is beefing them up and reinforcing them by increasing Taser training,.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Following a widely publicized incident which resulted in pop star Richard Marx having to subdue an unruly passenger last week, Korean Air has reportedly made the decision to loosen its Taser usage.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Eight Chinese warplanes were spotted flying over the Korean Strait close to Japanese islands on Monday, prompting Japanese and South Korean air forces to scramble their fighter jets. The People’s.. S.China Morning Post
On the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles, workers are putting the finishing touches on the Wilshire Grand, the West Coast’s tallest building. Owned by Korean.. L.A. Times
A Korean Air flight from Vietnam to South Korea devolved into a flying fracas last month when a passenger began attacking passengers and flight attendants.
In response, Korean Air says it is.. L.A. Times
It's out with the old and in with the new for Korean Air ... and all probably thanks to Richard Marx. The airline's decided to loosen its Taser usage policy ... 1 week after the '80s hitmaker was.. TMZ.com
SEOUL - Korean Air said Wednesday it would let its crew use stun guns more aggressively and put more male staff aboard flights to clamp down on violent passengers, after an incident involving an unruly.. Bangkok Post
Hello! Here's what you need to know on Wednesday.
*1. The White House is getting ready to announce what it will do to punish Russia for its alleged meddling in the US election.* The Washington Post.. Business Insider
GIMPO, South Korea - Korean Air Lines says it will allow crew members to "readily use stun guns" to manage violent passengers, and hire more male flight attendants, after coming in for criticism from.. Bangkok Post
Korean Air Lines said it will allow crew members to "readily use stun guns" to manage violent passengers, and hire more male flight attendants, after coming in for criticism from U.S. singer Richard.. New Zealand Herald