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South Korean Fugitive Labor Leader Surrenders at Buddhist Temple

Some high drama played out on the streets of South Korea's capital Thursday after nearly 1,000 police threatened to storm a Buddhist Temple where a fugitive labor leader had claimed sanctuary. Police surrounded the Jogye Temple in downtown Seoul on Wednesday in preparation to arrest Han Sang-gyun, the leader of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions. He is accused of inciting violence during a massive labor demonstration on November 14 and for organizing illegal labor rallies in the...

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