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Thu, January 20, 2022 | 01:56
Kim Jong-un visits food factory
Newly-released pictures show Kim Jong-un visiting a food factory believed to be near Wonson, the town close to the launching site of test missiles North Korea has been firing into the East Sea recently.
Flair of wheelchair dancing
Dancers with disabilities competed in the inaugural Disabled People’s Sports Dance Championship at the Changdong Sports Culture Complex in northern Seoul Sunday.
Golden iPhone goes on sale for Putin supporters
A gold-plated iPhone 5S emblazoned with the face of Vladimir Putin has gone on sale in Russia, according to reports.
Eminem's daughter graduates high school with honors
Hailie Mathers, daughter of rapper Eminem (real name: Marshall Mathers), graduated from her high school in Michigan with the highest honors, the New York Daily News reported.
England fan has piece of ear bitten off at World Cup
An England football supporter had a piece of his ear bitten off by another England fan at the World Cup in Brazil, the Daily Mirror reported.
Wimbledon's female stars forced to go bra-less
Wimbledon’s strict crackdown on non-white underwear is forcing some women stars to play bra-less at this year’s tournament.
Sex: not reliable weight-loss plan
Does having sex really help you lose your weight? Probably not, says one expert, unless you’re having sex 10 times a day.
Suarez claims he had no intention to bite
Uruguay’s star striker Luis Suarez claims he did not bite Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini during their World Cup match.
N. Korean ambassador to China tightlipped on Xi's visit to S. Korea
The North Korean ambassador to China, Ji Jae-ryong, was tightlipped when asked about the state visit to Korea by Chinese President Xi Jinping this week.
Brazil edges Chile in shootout, Rodriguez inspires Colombia
After a dramatic and grueling 120 minutes, Brazil edged Chile in a penalty shootout to reach the quarterfinals and set up an all-South American showdown against Colombia. A brilliant James Rodriguez led Colombia to its first-ever quarterfinal by scoring both goals in a 2-0 win over Uruguay, which was missing star striker Luis Suarez who was suspended for biting Italian defend...
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Will Justice Party chief escape shadow of eccentric presidential candidate?
Omicron set to become dominant strain this week
Samsung battling TSMC, Intel to be global leader in foundry business
Korea, GCC to resume free trade talks after 12-year hiatus
Ethics questioned of 2 TV journalists for joining election camp
LG Energy Solution draws record demand in IPO subscription
Companies desperate for female board members
FTC fines feared to prompt foreign regulators to sanction local shippers
Bad blood between Lee Jun-seok, Ahn Cheol-soo remains obstacle for unified candidacy
Kakao Bank CEO's huge stake sale extends debate on betrayal of shareholders' trust
Daily life in Afghanistan under Taliban rule
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