Daily Archive: January 11, 2019

Constellation Brands Elects Incoming CEO Bill Newlands to its Board of Directors

VICTOR, N.Y., Jan. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE: STZ and STZ.B), a leading beverage alcohol company, announced today the election of Bill Newlands, president and chief operating officer, and incoming chief executive officer of Constellation, to serve as a member of its board of directors, effective March 1, 2019, on which date […]

AOUN FOLLOWS UP ON DEVELOPMENTS ALONG SOUTHERN LEBANESE BORDER

President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, on Friday followed up on developments along the southern Lebanese border after the Israeli enemy’s construction of a wall in controversial areas facing Misgav Am settlement.The President inquired about available …

AOUN FOLLOWS UP ON DEVELOPMENTS ALONG SOUTHERN LEBANESE BORDER

President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, on Friday followed up on developments along the southern Lebanese border after the Israeli enemy’s construction of a wall in controversial areas facing Misgav Am settlement.The President inquired about available …

3 dead, 2 missing in fishing boat collision

TONGYEONG, South Korea, A fishing boat carrying 14 people overturned after colliding with a cargo vessel off the country’s southern coast, leaving three people dead and two missing, authorities said Friday.The 9.77-ton Mujeok, carrying the captain, a …

3 dead, 2 missing in fishing boat collision

TONGYEONG, South Korea, A fishing boat carrying 14 people overturned after colliding with a cargo vessel off the country’s southern coast, leaving three people dead and two missing, authorities said Friday.The 9.77-ton Mujeok, carrying the captain, a …

North Korea Human Rights Remain Dire After Year of Work

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Despite more than a year of international engagement and promises of economic reform by North Korea’s leaders, the human rights situation in the isolated country remains dire, a top U.N. rights official said Friday.Blocked by the gov…

North Korea Human Rights Remain Dire After Year of Work

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Despite more than a year of international engagement and promises of economic reform by North Korea’s leaders, the human rights situation in the isolated country remains dire, a top U.N. rights official said Friday.Blocked by the gov…

Today in Korean history

1988 — North Korea’s Olympic Committee declares its decision to boycott the Seoul Olympics.2001 — Then U.S. President Bill Clinton expresses “regret” over the killing of South Korean citizens by U.S. soldiers during the 1950-1953 Korean War. He ackno…

Today in Korean history

1988 — North Korea’s Olympic Committee declares its decision to boycott the Seoul Olympics.2001 — Then U.S. President Bill Clinton expresses “regret” over the killing of South Korean citizens by U.S. soldiers during the 1950-1953 Korean War. He ackno…

Ex-Supreme Court chief grilled in power abuse probe

SEOUL, Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Yang Sung-tae was quizzed by prosecutors Friday over a power abuse scandal that has placed the judiciary under unprecedented scrutiny.Stiff-faced, Yang appeared outside the top court building in southern Seoul…