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Convenience stores hit by delayed soju, beer deliveries
Convenience store operators have decided to supply stores with only one box of HiteJinro soju per day as part of efforts to cope with the ongoing strike by the Cargo Truckers Solidarity, according to company officials Thursday.
Top court confirms dismissal of request to cancel construction permit of two unfinished nuclear reactors
The Supreme Court said Thursday it has confirmed the appellate court's ruling to dismiss a request to cancel the nuclear watchdog's permit to build nuclear power reactors in the southeastern coastal city of Ulsan.
Unification ministry hopes for North Korea to respond to offer for discussion on virtual conference system
The unification ministry on Thursday expressed hope that North Korea will respond to South Korea's recent offer for discussion on setting up a virtual conference system for inter-Korean talks.
Marking the 49th UAE National Day
On 2 December 2020, the UAE will celebrate the 49th anniversary of the union of the seven emirates. This occasion marks a sincere reflection of the federation's journey - rich in monumental events and achievements - building on the foundation that was first laid down by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his brothers, the fellow founding fathers. Today, His Highne...
UAE, Korea marks 40th anniv. of diplomatic relations
This year, the UAE celebrates the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Korea, with significant progress made in all aspects of cooperation.
Trauma of being the first
Since the coronavirus began sweeping the entire nation late January, many offices, plants and other business establishments have been shut down as a result of infections among workers.
Korean Air demands Seoul city stop blocking land sale
Korean Air released a statement, Friday, demanding the Seoul Metropolitan Government stop blocking the sale of a site in downtown Seoul, which the air carrier seeks to dispose of to raise much-needed cash.
Top prosecutor rejects justice minister's reform proposal
The Supreme Prosecutors' Office has rejected a recent proposal made by the Ministry of Justice to reorganize the prosecution, a move certain to deepen the ongoing rift between Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae and Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl, according to legal circles Friday.
Tourism underrated as job creator, growth driver
My humble career in the tourism industry has given me the opportunity to experience some of the world's most dynamic tourism markets including Singapore, Malaysia, China, Australia and New Zealand, and exotic places such as Bangladesh and Mongolia.
31 out of 72 arriving from Iraq show coronavirus symptoms
Thirty-one out of 72 workers arriving from Iraq, Friday, showed possible coronavirus symptoms, according to the government's COVID-10 response headquarters.
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