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South Korea: Kim Jong-un hasn’t undergone surgery

The South Korean Yonhap News Agency quoted a senior government official as saying that the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un did not undergo surgery during his three-week absence from the public. The South Korean official declined to explain the reasons...

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reportedly in ’grave danger’ after surgery

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reportedly undergoing treatment for a cardiovascular problem, and according to CNN, a surgery he just received did not go well. The head of the isolated country is in ‘grave danger,’ a U.S....

Koreans celebrate the historic victory of “Parasite” with Oscar

Celebrations were overwhelmed by social media in South Korea on Monday, after the black comedy film "Parasite" was awarded the first ever Oscar for the Asian country. The director of the movie, Bong Joon Ho, said he was honored to...

Imposition of tax on LNG to heighten energy crisis – Makda POGEE 2019 to provide many solutions of the energy crisis

The present government should resolve energy crisis prevailing in the country otherwise all efforts to lift the ailing economy could prove to be futile, this was stated by the Chief Guest and President, Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry...

Efforts to contain forest fires in South Korea begins, thousands evacuated

South Korea's government said thousands of firefighters and soldiers had begun efforts to contain forest fires that killed at least one person and forced more than 4,000 others to flee their homes... The fire broke out in east China's Jangun...

Koreans addiction for smartphone reaches 19 percent, study reveals

A large proportion of Koreans are called "addicts" for smartphones and websites, according to a study by the Korean Ministry of Science, Technology and Communications. According to the world.kbs, the study, which works to identify over-reliance on smart phones in...
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Microsoft bags another record breaking year with $60 billion in annual earnings

Microsoft Corp. finished yet another record-breaking year with more than $60 billion in profit and $165 billion in sales,...
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