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South Korean presidential candidate cleared of charges

Prosecutors cleared the main opposition party’s presidential candidate of stock manipulation charges Wednesday, in an outcome that was expected to boost his already high chances of restoring a conservative government to power in this month’s election. For months, Lee Myung Bak of the Grand National Party, the front-runner in the election scheduled for Dec. 19, has been struggling with allegations that he was an accomplice in stock-price manipulation allegedly masterminded by his former business partner, a Korean-American named Kim Kyung Jun. Full Story

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