Families separated at the outbreak of the Korean War hope that thawing relations between the two Koreas will be enough to restart reunion programs with loved ones that live across the border. Many believe North Korea's outreach is serious this time.
Media reports of slavery in the fishing and seafood processing industries have prompted the creation of an online tool that allows companies to asses the likelihood of human rights violations throughout their supply chains.
The recommendations now go to the attorney general, who will review the material before deciding whether to file charges. But the prime minister could soon find himself facing calls to step aside.
The broadcaster will cover the Olympics in multiple languages to make them more accessible for the fractured European TV industry. It is also aiming for a 'younger, hipper vibe' to make the Games more appealing and relatable.