South Korea orders investigation into suicide of navy sergeant who reported sexual harassment

South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday ordered an investigation into the apparent suicide of a navy sergeant who had reported being sexually harassed by her supervisor, the second such case involving the military in recent months.“I don’t know how to convey my condolences to the bereaved family,” Moon said, according to presidential spokeswoman Park Kyung-mee, as he tasked the Ministry of National Defence with the investigation.Defence Minister Suh Wook apologised to the woman’s family…

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