The Korea World Class Enterprise Association is underwriting 100 subscriptions to the Korea JoongAng Daily and New York Times for Afghan families brought to Korea after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban.
A group of 378 Afghans who worked with the Korean government over the years and their families — including many young children — arrived in Korea Thursday afternoon on a military aircraft.
Three Korean military planes are airlifting some 390 Afghans out of the war-torn country, Seoul's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday, to come to Korea.
Three Korean military planes are airlifting some 380 Afghans and their family members out of the war-torn country, Seoul's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday.
President Moon Jae-in named Kang Sung-kook, a former judge, as new vice justice minister, said the Blue House Tuesday.
The travel ban issued against scandal-ridden former Vice Justice Minister Kim Hak-eui may become the first case to be probed by the government's new corruption investigation agency.
The national bar examination began across Korea on Tuesday, one day after the Ministry of Justice reversed an earlier decision to ban anybody infected with the new coronavirus from sitting for the annual exam.
Prisons across the country will be put under Level 3 restrictions after a cluster at the Seoul Dongbu Detention Center grew to 792 Covid-19 cases.
A committee under the Ministry of Justice convened for the second time in less than a week on Tuesday to decide on a punishment for Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl.
Tensions between the state prosecution service and Ministry of Justice reached new heights Sunday as a court was set to begin its review today of the validity of Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl’s suspension from duty by Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae.