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Reporter : Jung Min-ho
Tue, November 29, 2022 | 17:59
Murder suspect extradited to New Zealand
A 42-year-old woman, who is suspected of killing her two children, has been extradited to New Zealand. According to the Ministry of Justice, Tuesday, the woman, surnamed Lee is a New Zealand citizen of Korean descent and was handed over along with evidence to the New Zealand authorities the previous day at Incheon International Airport.
Winter cold to bite starting Wednesday
After a milder-than-normal November in Korea, a strong cold front is arriving this Wednesday. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, Monday, temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing in most parts of the country after rainfall on Monday and Tuesday.
[ANALYSIS] North Korean leader's daughter makes second public appearance
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's daughter, Ju-ae, made her second public appearance during an event where her father praised military officers for their progress in developing intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
North Korean leader's sister calls Yoon 'idiot,' says Seoul now 'target'
North Korean leader's powerful sister denounced President Yoon Suk-yeol and his diplomats, Thursday, for planning more sanctions on Pyongyang, calling them “idiots” and “loyal dogs” to Washington.
North Korea's markets expand amid layered sanctions, pandemic
North Korea's marketplaces have expanded over the past several years in spite of international economic sanctions and the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report from a South Korean think tank.
Seoul, Washington discuss anti-submarine drills for next year
Seoul and Washington have started talks over their anti-submarine drills for next year amid growing security threats from Pyongyang including its evolving submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) technology.
Seoul unveils details of 'Audacious Initiative'
Seoul proposed that Pyongyang get an unconditional, partial lifting of sanctions if the reclusive state returns to nuclear disarmament talks “with sincerity.”
President says MBC's 'malicious' reports hurt national interest
President Yoon Suk-yeol defended his decision to bar MBC's reporters from boarding the presidential plane to cover his latest overseas trip, saying that the broadcaster “maliciously” attempted to damage national interests while reporting about his gaffe in New York in September.
[INTERVIEW] 'Seoul needs own nuclear weapons for denuclearization of Korean Peninsula'
A coordinated international effort over the last few decades to stop North Korea from going nuclear has all but failed. South Korea's next mission - convincing the regime to give up the formidable weapons in a more divided world - is even more daunting, if not impossible. Many South Koreans today believe the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is nothing more than just a...
Pompeo underlines China's role behind North Korea's nuclear program
The Chinese government under President Xi Jinping deserves to be blamed for “permitting” North Korea to develop nuclear weapons in the first place and undermining international efforts to resolve the issue with sanctions, former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday. Pompeo, who served in the post between April 2018 and January 2021, visited Pyongyang at least fou...
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