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President Park's party loses majority  South Korea: The governing party has lost the parliamentary majority it has held for 16 years, partial results from Wednesday's general election show North Koreans vote in rubber-stamp elections  North Koreans are going to the polls in a five-yearly election to approve members of the parliament, the Supreme People's Assembly Park Geun-hye claims S. Korea presidential victory
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  US election: Donald Trump open to talks with N. Korea
South Korea's Moon Jae-in sworn in vowing to address North

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  Moon Jae-in has been sworn in, vowing to address the economy and relations with the North in his first speech as president

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  USA: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he is willing to meet the N. Korean leader to discuss Pyongyang's nuclear program


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  South Korea: Conservative candidate Park Geun-Hye claimed victory in presidential election, a result that will make her the country's first woman president
Dec.18   S Koreans vote for new president   South Korea: Millions of South Koreans are casting ballots in a presidential election seen as too close to call Dec.17   S Korea rivals in final poll push  South Korea: Park Geun-hye of the ruling Saenuri party faces Moon Jae-in of the liberal Democratic United Party Apr.11 Ruling party win South Korea vote  Saenuri party has taken the majority of seats in parliamentary polls, winning 152 in the 300-seat national assembly

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Mar.7 N Korea holds parliamentary poll  North Korea: People in N. Korea are voting in parliamentary elections that observers say could give a clue to the country's eventual succession

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Dec.19 Lee set for landslide
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  South Korea: Lee Myung-Bak, a former Seoul mayor and Hyundai executive, claimed victory in presidential election
 Lee is currently facing investigation amid allegations of fraud. Both his main rivals had earlier conceded defeat

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Apr.15 Uri Party wins election  South Korea: Lberal Uri Party has won a large majority in the parliamentary elections and was set to win 152 seats

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Dec.19 Roh claims victory presidential vote
  South Korea: Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'
Dec.18 Presidential election  South Korea: Tight race is dominated by the nation's relationships with Pyongyang to the north and the United States

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B. 2017-05-09 South Korea's Moon Jae-in sworn in vowing to address North South Korea
C. 2016-04-13 President Park's party loses majority South Korea
3. 2014-03-08 North Koreans vote in rubber-stamp elections North Korea
2012-12-19 Park Geun-hye claims S. Korea presidential victory South Korea
F. 2012-12-18 S Koreans vote for new president South Korea
G. 2012-12-17 S Korea rivals in final poll push South Korea
7. 2012-04-11 Ruling party win South Korea vote South Korea
I. 2009-03-07 N Korea holds parliamentary poll North Korea

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