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Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers

2014/07/29 07:10

SEOUL, July 29 (Yonhap) -- The following are the top headlines in major South Korean newspapers on July 29.

Korean-language dailies

-- 'Coast Guard ignored calls to rescue many students inside ship' (Kyunghyang Shinmun)

-- Tycoon Yoo's key aide Kim says unaware of his death before TV reports (Kookmin Daily)

-- Bus crash in N. Korea's Masik Pass kills 50 elite middle schoolers (Donga llbo)

-- Gov't to abolish reconstruction regulations to boost real estate market (Seoul Shinmun)

-- Ruling party decides not to sack justice minister for botched manhunt for tycoon Yoo (Segye Times)

-- Japan fails to return key Korean cultural assets (Chosun Ilbo)

-- 'Who saved me was not Coast Guard, sailors, but my friends' (JoongAng Ilbo)

-- 'Coast Guard sat idle despite calls to rescue many friends inside' (Hankyoreh)

-- Alarm bell for finance minister's benchmarking of Abenomics (Hankook Ilbo)

-- Three years after nationwide blackout, S. Korea fails to save energy (Maeil Business Newspaper)

-- Hyundai Motor to invest 1 tln. won more in R&D (Korea Economic Daily)

English-language dailies

-- Parties in suspense over by-elections (Korea JoongAng Daily)

-- No help from crew, Coast Guard, students testify (Korea Herald)

-- Stimuli send KOSPI to eight-month high (Korea Times)

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