Ex-South Korean leader Park's confidante jailed 20 years

By straitstimes.asia
2018.02.13. 22:00
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February 14, 2018 5:00 AMSEOUL • The secret confidante of ousted South Korean president Park Geun Hye has been convicted and jailed for 20 years for her key role in the scandal that brought down the head of state.



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