Ousted S. Korean president says sorry to people before entering prosecutors’ office

SEOUL — Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye appeared Tuesday in the prosecutors’ office to be questioned over an corruption scandal that led to her impeachment earlier this month. Park said in front of cameras at the Seoul District Prosecutors’ Office, that she was sorry to people, vowing to face an interrogation faithfully, TV footage … Read More

Cambodia deports 77 illegal Vietnamese immigrants

PHNOM PENH — The Cambodian authorities on Sunday expelled 77 Vietnamese nationals to their birth country for illegally living and working in the country, a senior police official said. “Seventy-seven Vietnamese, including a female, were sent back to their country after we found that they had lived and worked in Cambodia without passports or valid … Read More

About 30,000 take part in London March against racism, discrimination in UK, US

MOSCOW — Approximately 30,000 people in the UK capital took to the streets on Saturday ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to rally against what they regard as manifestations of racism and discrimination in the UK government’s and US President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, media reported. According to a video … Read More

Eleven candidates to run for President in France

PARIS — 11 candidates managed to overcome the 500-signature threshold to take part in the presidential elections in France, according to the Constitutional Council’s president. A total of 11 candidates will take part in the French presidential election, the Constitutional Council’s president said on Saturday. “Eleven candidates managed to overcome the 500-signature threshold to take … Read More