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Thu, January 20, 2022 | 01:48
North Korea fires two short-range missiles into East Sea
North Korea fired two short-range missiles into the East Sea early Sunday, the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, in the second such launch in three days.
Astronaut records first Vine in space
American astronaut Rick Wiseman shared his marvelous view of the galaxy by posting a sped-up tracking shot of Earth’s terminator line - which divides parts of the world experiencing “night” and “day” - as seen from the International Space Station.
Remembering when Park Chung-hee tortured lawmakers
After spinning the country through a prime minister merry-go-round, President Park Geun-hye on Thursday decided to stick with incumbent Chung Hong-won.
| 2014-06-26 18:29
LG unveils 'G Watch,' its first Android Wear smart watch
LG Electronics unveiled “G Watch,” its first “smart” watch powered by Android Wear, Google’s new platform for wearable devices, at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco. As with other smart timepieces such as the Samsung Gear Live, G Watch, which will retail at $299, is designed to complement the smartphone. The watch, which communicates with the phone through Bluetooth,...
Norwegian bettor cashes in on Suarez bite
A Norwegian man won more than $1,000 after he bet on an online gambling site that Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez would bite someone at the World Cup.
Casual sex good for health, study says
Casual sex may be good for your health, contrary to the popular notion that one-nighters will leave you with low self-esteem and depression, according to a U.S. study.
Un-guardable Messi continues to rise
Lionel Messi scored twice to lead Argentina to a thrilling 3-2 win against Nigeria. Despite the defeat, Nigeria also advanced to the knockout stages after Iran fell to a 3-1 defeat to Bosnia-Herzegovina.
| 2014-06-26 09:36
Hermit crabs show how it's done in football
Hermit crabs, wearing Korea’s national colors, compete in a fish tank decorated like a football field during the “Hermit Crab National Team Tournament” at the Hanwha Aqua Planet Resort in Yeosu, South Jeolla Province, Wednesday. The “tournament” will continue until July 14.
'Psycho' teacher tortures student over homework
A Seoul high school teacher seriously injured a student while punishing him for not doing his homework, the school admitted on Wednesday.
| 2014-06-25 18:35
Samsung's embarrassing Donovan gaffe
The U.S. media threw a hissy fit when Jurgen Klinsmann cut star forward Landon Donovan from the country’s World Cup team.
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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