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Podcast: Is N. Korea planning fourth nuke test?
In the latest edition of the Asia News Weekly on The Korea Times podcast, host Steve Miller discusses North Korea's rhetoric, the end of Occupy Central and more.
Russian minister in Seoul for talks on economic projects with Koreas
A key Russian official on economic cooperation with South and North Korea arrived in Seoul Thursday as the three countries are pushing for a joint logistics project.
Ferguson decision sparks protests
Protesters poured into the streets of Ferguson, Mo., shortly after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer in the August death of an unarmed black teenager, the Associated Press reported Tuesday (KST).
'World's hottest criminal' pleads guilty to theft, weapons
A 21-year-old Canadian woman dubbed the “world's hottest criminal” has plead guilty to multiple charges including theft and illegal possession of weapons.
Indian 'God boy' has eight limbs
The relatives of an Indian boy born with four arms and four legs have likened their baby to a Hindu god, online news site Newser reports.
'Sex Mountain' becomes pilgrimage hot spot in Indonesia
A “sex mountain” is luring Indonesian Muslims to seek good fortune there, a documentary on Australia’s SBS channel reports.
Kim Jong-un guides military drill amid human rights criticism
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un guided a joint military drill to highlight improved combat readiness, the country's official news agency said Sunday, amid the North's repeated threats of retaliation against a recent United Nations resolution on its human rights situation.
Ninety orgasms per hour leaves Arizona mom exhausted
A 30-year-old mother in Arizona says she experiences up to 90 orgasms in an hour due to a rare medical conditions that causes her discomfort, embarrassment and guilt.
PODCAST: What's next for N. Korean human rights?
A United Nations committee this week approved a resolution calling to take North Korea to the International Criminal Court. Host Steve Miller discusses what the move means and what lies ahead for Pyongyang and the international community.
Putin calls for deeper ties between Russia, NK
Deeper relations between Russia and North Korea are conducive to boosting regional security and stability, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday, a day after he met with a special envoy from North Korea.
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