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South Korea’s Park emerges after 14-hour interrogation

By Reuters
22 March 2017   |   4:54 am
Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye leaves prosecutors' offices after 22 hours in which she was questioned for 14 hours over a corruption scandal that ended her presidency this month.

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