Hwang Eunmi allegedly offered cash to five police officers in return for not arresting her in relation to prostitution activities, says the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.
When five African cyclists stood on a podium in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum in front of Rembrandt's masterpiece The Night Watch this week Douglas Ryder probably pinched himself.
TODAY reports: Outgoing chief Amadeo Salvo quits to tend to father’s illness while incoming chief Singapore Chan Lay Hoon refutes reports that his exit was due to disagreements with the club’s management.
It was not the first time Wimbledon had dissolved into a chorus 'oohs' and 'aahs' at the brilliance of Roger Federer but the Swiss ringmaster almost outdid himself when he flashed his racquet between his legs to lob Sam Querrey on Thursday.
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Friday that he would continue to closely watch market movements over Greece, saying that parties involved were striving to resolve the crisis.
A 6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck China's far western region of Xinjiang, about 164km northwest of the city of Hotan.
Four people are dead and one missing after a chemical plant explosion in the South Korean city of Ulsan, local media reported.
Two small bombs exploded in Bogota, Colombia's capital, on Thursday afternoon, injuring seven, according to the defence minister, who said he would deploy greater numbers of military and police onto the streets in response to the "terrorist doings."
U.S health insurer Aetna Inc is nearing an agreement to buy rival Humana Inc for about US$34 billion in a cash and stock deal, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
Blogger Roy Ngerng, who has maintained that he did not intend to defame Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, will take the stand again on Friday.