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  • Korea to nurture new growth technologies
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  • Museum launches culture program for spouses of foreign envoys, CEOs
  • Hong Ra-hee makes comeback as Leeum’<b>s</b> director
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  • Students arrested for starting forest fire
  • <b>S</b>. Korea'<b>s</b> professional baseball starts its 30th season this weekend
  • Divided Koreas hold their first-ever volcano talks
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  • Japanese bestsellers to flood big screen
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  • Chung to remain on political stage
  • Korea tightens radiation surveillance
  • POSCO completes new thick-plate plant in Gwangyang
  • Incheon Airport marks decade of rapid growth
  • Shinhan looks to Asia for growth
  • Venture aims at billion-seller apps
  • Japan Airlines focuses on tie-ups as it exits court protection
  • Nintendo ready to take 3-D gaming to mass market
  • Markets more predictable than you think
  • Matchmaking sites offer new take on ‘arranged’ marriages in Morocco
  • [Karel van Wolferen] Japan’<b>s</b> new model political leadership
  • [Meghan Daum] ‘Friday’ on YouTube and 15 minutes of flame
  • [Joel Brinkley] Egyptian polls: The sooner, the better
  • Syrian army out in force in violence-hit port city
  • Merkel’<b>s</b> conservatives lose German state ballot
  • Glenn Morrissette’<b>s</b> music moves with him, in mobile recording studio
  • [Meet the CEO] Ex-Im Bank chief seeks South America ties
  • Compact, diverse: 2011 F/W Seoul Fashion Week
  • Firms boost PyeongChang bid
  • Big quakes don't set off others far away: study
  • Japan: Huge radiation spike at nuke was a mistake
  • [Herald Interview] Smokers face uphill battle in Supreme Court
  • More efforts needed to curb smoking
  • Team spirit saves TIMF opening
  • ‘Strangers 6’ to go on undaunted
  • Korea shines without Park
  • Hyundai Heavy provides power generators for Japan
  • SK head spurs resources development in Middle East
  • Jaguar gives special tributes to the legendary E-Type
  • New Audi TT hits local market
  • Western DIY outlets retreat in China
  • Baidu rises to record in U.<b>S</b>. on report of new products
  • Global automakers may lose 600,000 vehicles
  • Fed’<b>s</b> Bullard says ‘pretty good’ U.<b>S</b>. economy may allow early end to QE2
  • Graffiti artist puts tagging behind him
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  • [Michael Boskin] California economy in trouble
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