TWO INJURED South Korean climbers were airlifted off Mount McKinley Thursday and three weakened members of their party were on North America's tallest peak awaiting rescue, the National Park Service said . . . THE POLISH government Friday devalued the Polish zloty by more than 14 percent, the first cut in nearly 17 months, but denied it is giving up the stable exchange rate policy that has anchored its tough economic reforms . . . IN A MAJOR breakthrough for human rights, Taiwan's legislature voted to overturn a harsh sedition code used for decades to suppress political opposition to the ruling Kuomintang.