Monday: Day in Photos - Korea

In Seoul, demonstrators join in a candlelight vigil during a Roman Catholic service as part of protests against the South Korean government's policy of allowing imports of U.S. beef.  
Police have begun to take a harder line against the protests, which were sparked by fears of mad cow disease and have disrupted the capital for weeks. The country's top prosecutor said they have  been taken over by violent radicals.
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( Kim Jae-Hwan / Getty Images / June 30, 2008 )

In Seoul, demonstrators join in a candlelight vigil during a Roman Catholic service as part of protests against the South Korean government's policy of allowing imports of U.S. beef. Police have begun to take a harder line against the protests, which were sparked by fears of mad cow disease and have disrupted the capital for weeks. The country's top prosecutor said they have been taken over by violent radicals.

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