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South Korean president struggling to form cabinet

South Korea’s new conservative president Lee Myung-Bak is struggling to form an administration, with two cabinet nominees quitting Wednesday under pressure from his liberal opponents in parliament. Just two days after Lee’s triumphant inauguration, he received the resignations of unification minister-designate Nam Joo-Hong and of Park Eun-Kyung, the nominee for environment minister. Full Story

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