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South Korea's #MeToo movement claims high-profile politician
South Korea’s snowballing #MeToo movement has swept into the country’s political establishment, bringing down one of its rising stars, Governor An Hee-Jung. An resigned March 6 after his aide accused him of repeated sexual assaults.
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