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Need a fake Korean diploma?

By Tue, Nov 03, 2009 12:24PM UTC

If so, then you may want to head down to the Gwangyeok Police Station in Seoul, which recently confiscated a whole mess of ’em from a 33-year old Mr. Lee, who sold them to people in China. Looks like there are some western diplomas in there as well.

Bullies caught on camera

By Tue, Nov 03, 2009 11:02AM UTC

If you’re going to go around beating up kids, maybe you shouldn’t spread around videos of it. On the 2nd the cyber investigations division of the Gyeonggi Provincial Police Agency booked without detention three high school students on charges of distributing the “꼬마 폭행” video on the internet three years

Indonesia maid jailed for poisoning Malaysian boss

By Tue, Nov 03, 2009 10:54AM UTC

A court has sentenced an Indonesian maid to six years in jail for trying to kill her employer in Malaysia by poisoning her coffee and soup, a lawyer said Tuesday. Maid Nurhayati Ahmad, 22, pleaded guilty in the court in eastern Pahang state Monday to attempted murder, said her lawyer,

Guantanamo Uighurs start new life in Palau

By Tue, Nov 03, 2009 10:29AM UTC

Six former Guantanamo Bay detainees brought to Palau for resettlement have received a warm official welcome, but a plan to deport Bangladeshi workers could halve this Pacific Island nation’s already-tiny Muslim community, making integration harder. The ex-detainees, who are Muslim ethnic Uighurs from a region in China’s far west, already

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By Tue, Nov 03, 2009 10:16AM UTC

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