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Local gov’ts announce tight measures to curb COVID-19

Local gov’ts announce tight measures to curb COVID-19

local administrations are announcing various measures to stop the spread of the virus these include bans on public rallies and the closing down facilities related to the religious sect in tegu with potentially hundreds of infections Kim again tells us… Continue Reading

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COVID-19 outbreak sparks concerns over 2020 Tokyo Olympics

COVID-19 outbreak sparks concerns over 2020 Tokyo Olympics

with a 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics just five months away from kicking off in the Japanese capital the kovat 19 outbreak is raising concerns about whether the world’s biggest and the most celebrating sporting event might have to be called… Continue Reading

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Finance Ministry coming up with support measures for companies affected by COVID-19

Finance Ministry coming up with support measures for companies affected by COVID-19

the government announced his plans to financially support companies affected by koban 19 finance minister Honam ji said in a ministers meeting today that the government will provide emergency loans of up to 250 million u.s. dollars to low-cost carriers… Continue Reading

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N. Korean official who sneaked into public bath during COVID-19 quarantine shot dead: Report

N. Korean official who sneaked into public bath during COVID-19 quarantine shot dead: Report

a North Korean government official who visited a public facility after being quarantined for Co vid 19 has reportedly been executed by authorities there citing sources in North Korea the South Korean daily Donga Ilbo reports that the official who… Continue Reading

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CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

the CIA reportedly had knowledge about atrocities committed by South American dictators of five decades ago a Washington Post report said that the CIA owns two it’s crypto AG as part of their operation with West German intelligence for decades… Continue Reading

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COVID-19 outbreak GLOBAL UPDATE: More than 70,000 confirmed cases, 1,700 deaths reported in China

COVID-19 outbreak GLOBAL UPDATE: More than 70,000 confirmed cases, 1,700 deaths reported in China

the novel coronavirus is showing no signs of easing in China however 1700 people have died there with the number of new cases rising and reports of more infections are coming out from the quarantine Diamond Princess cruise ship as… Continue Reading

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S. Korea’s exports up almost 70% y/y in first 10 days of Feb.

S. Korea’s exports up almost 70% y/y in first 10 days of Feb.

South Korea’s exports were up almost 70 percent in the first 10 days of this month thanks to recovering exports of cars and semiconductors government aid on Tuesday pointed out the country’s exports were 10 point 7 billion u.s. dollars… Continue Reading

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Japan enters ‘accelerating phase’ of COVID-19 outbreak: experts

Japan enters ‘accelerating phase’ of COVID-19 outbreak: experts

with more people testing positive for the corona virus on the quarantined cruise ship Japan now has the highest number of confirmed cases outside of China what’s even more concerning is that experts are saying the spread of the new… Continue Reading

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Remains of S. Korean soldiers killed in N. Korea to be returned

Remains of S. Korean soldiers killed in N. Korea to be returned

the remains of some 80 South Korean soldiers killed in North Korea during the Korean War are to be returned to South Korea citing government officials local media outlets have reported that the US will send some 80 sets of… Continue Reading

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China’s coronavirus death toll surpasses 722, with more than 80 plus deaths reported Saturday

China’s coronavirus death toll surpasses 722, with more than 80 plus deaths reported Saturday

we begin with the latest on the corona virus outbreak the number of confirmed deaths in China surpasses the 720 mark with a number of confirmed infections now approaching 335 thousand China’s National Health Commission said on Saturday that more… Continue Reading