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Ex-president Roh Moo-hyun dies  Roh Moo-hyun , 62, has died of head injuries after falling into a ravine while climbing a mountain. He left office in February 2008   Korean leaders sign declaration
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B. 2007-10-03 Korean leaders sign declaration North Korea
C. 2007-10-01 Kim greets Roh in Pyongyang North Korea
2007-10-01 President Roh crossed Demilitarized Zone North Korea
E. 2007-09-07 Bush spars with Roh on Korean war Sydney
F. 2005-06-09 Bush, S. Korean president to meet Washington
G. 2003-05-15 South Korea's president meets Bush Washington

S Korea stunned by Roh's suicide  South Koreans have expressed deep shock at the apparent suicide of former president, who was under investigation for alleged corruption Ex-S Korea leader 'kills himself'
Koreans turn out in force for Roh Map of Seoul South Korea

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  Tens of thousands have turned out in Seoul for the funeral of former President Roh Moo-hyun, who killed himself last week
  Roh Moo-hyun , 62, had been under investigation for alleged corruption, has apparently committed suicide by jumping into a ravine
 He was mountain climbing near his home and had left a brief suicide note and had left a brief suicide note. In the message, Roh described his life as difficult and apologised for making 'too many people suffer'


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   North Korea: Kim Jong Il and Roh Moo-hyun signed a joint statement, pledging to begin work on a permanent peace agreement.    A joint declaration is calling for a per...
Oct.1   Kim greets Roh in Pyongyang   North Korea: North Korean leader greeted South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun to begin the second summit between the two countries   President Roh crossed Demilitarized Zone
   North Korea: South Korea's president crossed the Cold War's last frontier in a symbolic walk of reconciliation for talks with his North Korean counterpart
 His meeting with Kim Jong-il is only the second such meeting since the Korean war
Sep.7     Bush spars with Roh on Korean war  Sydney: President Bush told South Korean President a formal end to the Korean War begins when N. Korea halts its secretive nuclear weapons program Apr.18 South Korea shocked by U.S. shooting link   The Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung-Hui was born, and lived for 8 years, in Seoul. President Roh Moo-Hyun held a special meeting

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Jun.9   Bush, S. Korean president to meet  Washington: Roh Moo-hyun has arrived for a quick meeting with U.S. President

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May.14   Roh apologizes over impeachment
  President apologized to the nation for the turmoil caused by his impeachment May.13   Roh impeachment overturned
  A constitutional court has overturned a vote by parliament to impeach President, reinstating him to office Mar.11   Roh impeachment vote gets physical  Lawmakers loyal to President have put their bodies on the line, physically blocking the National Assembly from voting

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Jul.20     Blair, Roh discuss N. Korea nukes  British Prime Minister held 'detailed and immensely constructive' talks with South Korean President May.15   South Korea's president meets Bush  Washington: Roh Moo-hyun says that although North Korean alarm may be 'helpfu' in resolving the ongoing nuclear standoff Apr.11 Roh seeks support over N. Korea  President will visit Japan, China and Russia after a trip to Washington Apr.1   Roh seeks backing for Iraq role  Newly elected President has urged parliament to back his plan to send non-combat troops to the U.S.-led war in Iraq Feb.25     Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
  U.S. Secretary of State was in South Korea for the swearing in of President Roh Moo-hyun Jan.18 President-elect encouraged by US stance  Roh Moo-hyun was relieved that the United States was using diplomacy instead of possible military action Jan.16   S. Korea makes nuclear plea  President-elect Roh Moo-hyun has urged the U.S. to open talks with North Korea to end the nuclear standoff

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Dec.19   Roh claims victory presidential vote
  Pro-government liberal candidate Roh Moo-hyun told supporters he would 'open a new era for dialogue and harmony'

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