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Rare megamouth shark discovered in Philippines
A dead megamouth shark ㅡ a very rare species of shark ㅡ was found this week by fishermen in the Philippines.
Mackerel spill sparks free-for-all
The city of Belfast, Ireland warned citizens this week not to eat any of the thousands of mackerel that apparently spilled out of a truck this week.
'Agricultural reforms in NK appear to be working'
Agricultural reforms in North Korea, which center on allowing farmers to keep at least one third of their harvests, appear to be working, with overall grain production increasing in recent years despite unfavorable conditions, a U.S. expert said Tuesday.
Director probes identity in 'Seoul Searching'
Korean-American filmmaker Benson Lee seeks to capture the struggles of growing up across two cultures in "Seoul Searching," which premieres at the Sundance Film Festival this week.
Chloe Kim youngest to win Winter X Games gold
Korean-American snowboarder Chloe Kim, 14, on Saturday became the youngest gold medalist at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.
Kim Jong-un watches flight drill amid anger over propaganda leaflets
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observed a flight combat drill in his reclusive state, its state media said Saturday.
U.S. Under Secretary of State Sherman to visit Seoul
U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman will visit South Korea next week for discussions on North Korea and the alliance between Seoul and Washington, the State Department announced Friday.
Obama: Internet, not military options, will bring down NK
U.S. President Barack Obama believes that North Korea will eventually collapse, and that the Internet will ultimately be more effective in changing the regime than military options or sanctions.
US says 'ample evidence' exists for NKs deplorable human rights record
The United States said Tuesday that "more than ample evidence" exists for North Korea's deplorable human rights situation, despite the recent confession from a North Korean defector that some of the accounts of the hard time he had in the totalitarian nation were incorrect.
Kim Jong-il's half-brother named NK ambassador to Czech Republic
The half-brother of late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il was recently appointed Pyongyang's top envoy to the Czech Republic after serving 17 years as ambassador to Poland, a South Korean government official said Wednesday.
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