Mosque Dispute Becomes Flash Point in South Korean Identity Politics

A mosque dispute in a conservative city has forced some South Koreans to confront what it means to live in an increasingly diverse society.

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South Korean Mayor Sexually Harassed Secretary, Report Finds

The former mayor of Seoul, who died in July, was accused of making unwanted physical advances. An independent investigation has found that the victim’s allegations were credible.

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