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Infant's finger severed on Hyundai store escalator
Ulsan police are investigating how a one-year-old girl lost a finger on a Hyundai Department Store escalator.
North Korean archers to train in South ahead of Asiad
North Korea archers will train in South Korea in August ahead of the Incheon Asian Games that start on Sept. 19, the Korean Archery Association (KAA) said on Tuesday.
Prosecutors defend Park Bom over drug-smuggling claims
Seoul prosecutors denied a newspaper claim they let singer Park Bom off the hook for drug smuggling four years ago.
Germany, France to meet in quarterfinals
Germany survived a huge scare to its title aspirations, outlasting Algeria 2-1 on extra-time goals from Andre Schurrle and Mesut Ozil to set up a quarterfinals meeting with France.
Feeling raunchy? Then have sex with your ipad
Sex toy maker Fleshlight has released the “Launchpad,’’ a sex toy that allows men to have sex with their iPads.
Golden Gate Bridge to get suicide net
California officials have approved $76 million funding to install a suicide barrier on San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridget to prevent people leaping to their deaths, the Associated Press reports.
News host 'creep and scumbag' over bikini comments
Greg Kelly, anchor of FOX News show “Good Day New York,’’ has been blasted for inappropriate behavior after he repeatedly made comments about a co-worker in a bikini.
Historians to visit North Korean palace site
South Korean historians have obtained permission to visit North Korea this week with the aim of resuming a joint excavation of a medieval palace site near Gaeseong.
'North Korean leader Kim guided test missile launches'
North Korean state media reported Monday its leader Kim Jong-un has guided the recent test launches of ballistic rockets to boost deterrence. The North's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Kim "guided a tactical rocket firing drill," adding that the drill was staged by way of launching precision-guided missiles and firing of shells.
Dutch stun Mexico, Costa Rica survives Greece
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Wesley Sneijder scored late goals to lead Netherlands to a 2-1 win over Mexico and into the World Cup quarterfinals. The Dutch will next play Costa Rica, which defeated Greece on penalties after playing most of the second half and extra time with 10 men.