Report: S. Korea prosecutors likely to question president
SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea's Yonhap news agency is quoting prosecutors as saying they will likely question President Park Geun-hye over suspicion that she let a shadowy longtime confidante manipulate power from behind the scenes.
If would be the first time that a sitting president has been questioned by prosecutors.
Yonhap quoted a Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office official as saying Sunday that the questioning is most likely to take place later this week.
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