SEOUL Seeking to push through a sweeping "anti-terrorism" law that has been blocked by opposition parties, South Korea's government cited on Thursday the heightened risk of North Korea instigating "terror attacks".
The call from President Park Geun-hye’s office for parliament to pass the new security bill follows a week of tough comments and action by her government in response to North Korea’s test launch of a long-range rocket this month and its fourth nuclear test last month.
08:55 North Korea says Malaysia can’t be trusted to investigate the killing of leader’s half brother24
16:26 South Korea accuses North Korea of Kim Jong Nam assassination22
15:04 Malaysia Seeks to Question 7 in Killing of Kim Jong-nam26
02:52 China says understands South Korean need for security, still opposes missiles25