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Fri, January 21, 2022 | 02:29
Researchers claim Alzheimer's breakthrough
British scientists have developed a blood test they claim will help anticipate Alzheimer’s disease, according to British media.
Model in shooting case flashes genitals at officer
An aspiring model, arrested in connection with a shooting, now faces an additional charge after she flashed her genitals to a male correction officer, Morgan City police said.
North Korea continues protest on 'kill Kim' film
North Korea has filed a protest with the United Nations against an upcoming U.S. comedy movie featuring an assassination attempt on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
| 2014-07-09 17:48
Rowling publishes new Harry Potter story
Seven years after publishing the final book in the Harry Potter series, J. K. Rowling has updated fans on her beloved wizard characters with a short story published on her Pottermore website.
Officer arrested for fleeing scene of shooting spree
A military court issued a warrant Wednesday to arrest an Army officer for fleeing his barracks, leaving his soldiers behind, during a deadly shooting spree by his subordinate, the defense ministry said. The 1st Lt., identified only by his surname Kang, was indicted on multiple charges including disobeying orders, dereliction of duty and desertion.
Gag Concert offends with another witless blackface gag
Let’s cut to the point and call “Gag Concert” for what it is: the worst show on Korean television, a spectacle of awfulness put together by brain-dead writers and medium-talent comedians who might have collectively missed out on the 21st century.
Historic rout: Germany 7 Brazil 1
Brazil’s World Cup dreams came crashing down on Wednesday (KST) as Germany destroyed the hosts 7-1 in Belo Horizonte to advance to the final. Germany will meet either Argentina or Netherlands, who clash in Thursday’s semifinal in Sao Paulo.
| 2014-07-09 09:33
New G.O.D. album off to strong start
Youth rules in K-pop, but a “boy” band of singers in their late 30s has managed to make serious noise in download charts.
Remote-control contraceptive on way
An American start-up company is developing a birth control implant that can be switched on and off by remote control.
Japan's porn makers recruit at prestigious university
Is the Japanese porn industry looking for its own Belle Knox?
KBS drama under fire for animal abuse
Pregnant women face dilemma over COVID-19 vaccinations
North Korea set to return to brinkmanship
[INTERVIEW] 1st Indian twin priests ordained in Korea hope to help needy in both countries
Nuclear energy crucial in fighting climate crisis: Seoul mayor
'Hyundai Motor shows no signs of rebound in China'
More people place hopes on lottery tickets as pandemic drags on
Hyundai Samho's IPO plan angers investors in parent firm
MS-Blizzard deal prompts Korean game firms to seek more metaverse M&As
Samsung Life Insurance weighed down by legal disputes
Daily life in Afghanistan under Taliban rule
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