A court in South Korea linking the manufacture of electronic chips with cancer.

Details from FOX's Alastair Wanklyn in the Asia Bureau:

The court saying a woman who died from ovarian cancer likely got it because of exposure to chemicals at a Samsung chip factory.

The court finding what it called a "significant" link with even a low level of toxic chemicals. The victim died four years ago after contact with formaldehyde and phenol in her work assembling electronic chips. The court also blamed poor ventilation. 

Activists in South Korea say they know of more than 200 Samsung workers diagnosed with serious diseases such as leukemia.

In the Asia Bureau, Alastair Wanklyn, FOX News.