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Chip demand likely to recover in second half of this year
The demand for semiconductors is expected to pick up in the second half of this year. Courtesy of Samsung ElectronicsThe demand for semiconductors could pick up in the second half of this year, an official said Friday, citing industry experts.Many industry sources shared this view at a meeting in Se
2019-01-19
 
S. Korea's nuclear envoy may visit Sweden for talks with N. Korea
North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son-hui is in Sweden for talks with Stephen Biegun, Washington's special representative for Pyongyang. YonhapSouth Korea's chief nuclear envoy appears to be on his way to Sweden for a possible meeting with a senior North Korean official, a diplomatic source sa
2019-01-19
 
UN chief calls for US-N. Korea roadmap to scrap nuclear weapons
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres / ReutersUN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday urged the United States and North Korea to agree on a roadmap for serious negotiations on scrapping Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic weapons."We believe it's high time to make sure that the negotiations b
2019-01-19
 
Embattled animal rights activist apologizes
Park So-yeon, head of the Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth, speaks at a press conference in Seoul, Saturday. YonhapThe head of a South Korean animal shelter on Saturday apologized for euthanizing stray pets, but claimed that she put stray pets to death with a "humanitarian" purpose.Park So-yeon
2019-01-19
 
Researchers come face to face with huge great white shark
A shark said to be 'Deep Blue', one of the largest recorded individuals, swims offshore Hawaii, U.S., Jan. 15, in this picture obtained from social media on Jan. 17. @JuanSharks/@OceanRamsey/Juan Oliphant/oneoceandiving.com via Reuters In this Jan. 15 photo provided by Juan Oliphant, Ocean Ramsey, a
2019-01-19
 
Sony Music drops US singer R. Kelly: reports
In this June 30, 2013, file photo, R. Kelly performs at the BET Awards in Los Angeles. Multiple outlets have reported that Sony Music has dropped the embattled R&B star from its roster. The announcement comes two weeks after the popular documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly" recently drew fresh
2019-01-19
 
Judo federation permanently bans ex-coach over sexual assault allegations
The Korea Judo Association has decided to issue a lifetime ban on a former high school judo coach accused of sexually assaulting his athlete. Yonhap The national judo federation said Friday it has issued a lifetime ban on a former high school judo coach accused of sexually assaulting his former athl
2019-01-19
 
Walking in the footsteps of the past: Suwon 1884 (Part 1)
Paldal Gate in Suwon, circa 1900-1920.By Robert NeffTwice, between early October and November 1884, George C. Foulk, an American naval ensign attached to the American legation in Seoul, traveled to Suwon. The first time was in an open chair carried by two Korean coolies ― or servants ― and the secon
Robert Neff | 2019-01-19
 
Compassion on the wane: How then shall we live?
“Compassion ― Rediscovering the Heartbeat of the nation.” Image from UnsplashBy Amanda PriceAs nations grow, it often becomes popular, if not seemingly imperative, to define what it means to be a member of that people group. We ask questions such as “What does it mean to be Korean?
Amanda Price | 2019-01-19
 
Canada says it won't be deterred by Chinese pressure
In this April 23, 2018, file photo, Canada's Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale during a news conference in Toronto. Goodale said on Jan. 18 that the country won't be deterred by Chinese pressure after China threatened reprisals if Huawei was banned from supplying equipment for 5G networks, highli
2019-01-19