News Distrust of unions, and GM, hangs over South Korean efforts to stem job losses 2018-02-22T01:53:30.000000000-05:00 SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in is in a bind. North Korea's closing Olympics delegation includes man blamed for deadly ship sinking 2018-02-22T01:50:24.000000000-05:00 SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea will send another high-level delegation to South Korea for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closing ceremony, officials said on Thursday, including the man blamed for the 2010 sinking of a South Korean navy ship that killed 46 sailors. Seed firms scramble to stop a 'cancer' in Canada's cash crop 2018-02-22T01:29:40.000000000-05:00 WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Inside a laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a Monsanto Co research technician uses tweezers to transfer pollen from one canola plant to another, a small step toward creating a new breed of the vegetable oil-producing crop. How General Electric gambled on fossil fuel power, and lost 2018-02-22T01:19:54.000000000-05:00 NEW YORK (Reuters) - Last March, executives at General Electric Co's power-plant business gave Wall Street a surprisingly bullish forecast for the year. Despite flat demand for new natural gas power plants, they said, GE Power's revenue and profit would rise. South Korean chat app becomes new outlet for #MeToo movement 2018-02-22T01:04:45.000000000-05:00 SEOUL (Reuters) - A chat app where South Koreans can anonymously dish the dirt on their misbehaving bosses and colleagues is belatedly stirring the country’s #MeToo movement, shedding new light on sexual harassment in the heavily male-dominated corporate culture. Explosive device thrown at U.S. embassy building in Montenegro 2018-02-22T00:20:04.000000000-05:00 PODGORICA (Reuters) - An unknown person threw an explosive device, probably a hand grenade, at the United States embassy building in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, before blowing himself up, the government said on Thursday. U.S. students protest over gun laws, Trump considers arming teachers 2018-02-22T00:19:46.000000000-05:00 WASHINGTON/TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Reuters) - Students galvanized by the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school confronted lawmakers on Wednesday with demands to restrict sales of assault rifles, while President Donald Trump suggested arming teachers as a way to stop more U.S. rampages. Floating Island: New home for Rohingya refugees emerges in Bay of Bengal 2018-02-22T00:17:26.000000000-05:00 DHAKA/BHASAN CHAR/COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Bangladesh is racing to turn an uninhabited and muddy Bay of Bengal island into home for 100,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled a military crackdown in Myanmar, amid conflicting signals from top Bangladeshi officials about whether the refugees... Australian leader to raise China, Trans-Pacific trade deal in Trump talks 2018-02-21T22:55:57.000000000-05:00 SYDNEY (Reuters) - China's rising power and a resurgent trans-Pacific trade pact will be at the top of the agenda when Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and U.S. President Donald Trump meet in Washington this week, an Australian official said on Thursday. Explosive device thrown at U.S.embassy building in Montenegro: report 2018-02-21T22:49:09.000000000-05:00 PODGORICA (Reuters) - An unknown man threw an explosive device at the United States embassy building in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, before blowing himself up, media in the city said.