- Newsmaker: South Korea Rocked by Anti-American Demonstrations
The most intense anti-American demonstrations in recent years continue in South Korea, after two American GI-s were acquitted in a US court martial for negligent homicide in the killings of two Korean girls. Today, through his Ambassador, President Bush expressed -sadness and regret- for the incident. Jonathan Hilts Park is a news commentator with the Educational Broadcasting System in Seoul, South Korea.
- Reporters Notebook: Science and Religion Reconcile
The National Academy of Sciences once labeled religion and science -separate and mutually exclusive realms of human thought.- More recently, a leading astronomer stated that the Big Bang could only be understood as a -miracle.- Now, Gregg Easterbrook, contributing editor to The Atlantic Monthly, has written in the December issues of Wired magazine about cosmic coincidences and -the new convergence- between science and religion.
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