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South Korea’s ousted Park leaves Blue House in disgrace

By Reuters
12 March 2017   |   3:20 pm
South Korea's ousted President Park leaves the Blue House and moves to a private home in Seoul two days after the constitutional court upheld the decision to impeach her over an influence-peddling scandal.

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