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Midday Roundup: ISIS executioner ‘Jihadi John’ unmasked

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Foreign fighter. Two news organizations have identified the ISIS executioner who appears in beheading videos and speaks with a British accent. The Washington

Can Koreans learn to live together if North, South reunite?

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | “Success” is a relative term for North Korean refugees building a new life in South Korea. Defector Yoo Kwan-hee found “success” in economic stability…

The Dickensian tale of a North Korean orphan

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | Once a lonely teenaged troublemaker, Hyeon Cheon-yong found security and love in his new South Korean family

The Drop Box

By Sophia Lee
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Documentary | At its heart, The Drop Box is not a documentary about an incredible pastor, Lee Jong-rak, who founded South Korea’s first box for abandoned newborn babies.

Special deliveries

By Sophia Lee
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Roe v. Wade | Baby boxes and safe-haven laws save thousands of babies worldwide, but they stir controversy in South Korea

Midday Roundup: A sea of red to remember WWI in London

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Not forgotten. Today is Veterans Day in the United States and Armistice Day in Europe. While the U.S. celebration has come to honor service members from all…

Midday Roundup: Obama names California mountains a national monument

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Monumental. President Barack Obama is creating a new national monument today. The executive order sets aside 346,177 acres of the San Gabriel Mountains just…

Globe Trot: ISIS destruction rages on

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | IRAQ: ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) is wreaking havoc wherever it goes—and has been for months, without intervention, preceding its June…

A servant for South Korea’s children

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | Pastor Chae Yoon-kwon has dedicated his life to loving orphans and spreading the gospel

Christian expats lead Seoul outreach ministries

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | While South Korea is known for sending missionaries to other countries, the local church is not as good about addressing cultural needs at home

Man who exposed Korean War massacre by U.S. troops has died

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | Chung Eun-yong, an ex-policeman who spent half a century urging the U.S. Army to acknowledge the Korean War refugee massacre at No Gun Ri, has died at 91,

Plastic facade

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | South Korea’s glittering prosperity masks a suffering people

 
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