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Giants pitcher raises awareness on racism with T-shirt
Lotte Giants pitcher Shane Youman used a simple, white T-shirt to make a powerful statement against racism in Korea’s professional baseball league.
Audrey Hepburn's granddaughter makes modeling debut on Harper's Bazaar
Emma Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn’s lookalike granddaughter, will make her modeling debut on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s September issue.
Robin Williams to live on as 'World of Warcraft' characters
Legendary comedian and actor Robin Williams, who was found dead from suspected suicide on Tuesday (KST), will be memorialized as a character in the popular “World of Warcraft” video game series.
Florida killer consulted Siri on hiding body
A Florida man accused of killing his roommate asked Siri - the voice-activated digital assistant on Apple’s iPhones - where to hide the body, investigators told a court.
McIlroy says breakup with Wozniacki helped his game
Rory McIlroy, 25, has been playing the best golf of his life.
Real-life football scouts to use Football Manager to recruit players
Premier League clubs have a new weapon in their arsenal for scouting. The clubs are planning to use the popular computer game “Football Manager” to help their scouts find and sign new talent.
Clooney's fiance refuses offer to investigate war crimes in Gaza
Amal Alamuddin, the British-Lebanese human rights lawyer engaged to Hollywood actor George Clooney, has refused a United Nations offer to investigate war crimes in Gaza, reports say.
Military human rights lecture insults human rights
Facing deafening criticism over the recent hazing and death of an Army private, the Defense Ministry required all soldiers to attend special lectures on human rights and decency last week. When they say “special,” it really meant “poorly-planned,” “hurried” and “nonsensical.”
Chinese drivers forced to stare at full-beam headlights for headlight misuse
Police in Shenzhen, China, are punishing drivers who misuse their headlights or dazzle others. The punishment for these drivers is forcing them to stare at a police car’s full-beam headlights for five minutes, the Independent reports.
Cruz, Bardem face Hollywood backlash after condemning Israel
Movie stars Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem are facing serious backlash from Hollywood executives for backing an open letter condemning the Israeli actions in Gaza as tantamount to “genocide,” reports say.
Typhoon Aere forecast to bring extended heatwave
[ANALYSIS] Korean exporters start rethinking 'China strategy'
Banks favor 'MZ generation' celebrities for marketing in digital era
[INTERVIEW] 'Repatriation puts fear in eyes of all North Koreans,' rights expert says
'Korea, Japan should restore visa waiver program'
KT drama 'Extraordinary Attorney Woo' popular on Netflix
Pakistan unveils Buddhist heritage in documentary
Photo of Yoon staring at blank computer screen raises eyebrows
Georgian wine ready to captivate Korean market
'Global firms look to Korea for inspiration and trends': Kantar CCO
Afghanistan earthquake killed more than 1,000
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