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Earthquake strikes off Japanese coast
A 4.6-magnitude earthquake was detected in the sea off Japan’s Ibaraki Prefecture at 1:15 a.m. Tuesday, according to the state weather agency. The tremor was felt across the prefecture, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or property damage.
'Super moon' to rise on Monday
The closest full moon in 68 years will be visible on Monday, according to the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASSI).
Mystery KTX train failures terrorize passengers
Eight trains between East Daegu and Chilgok County in North Gyeongsang Province stopped abruptly at 11:18 p.m. Thursday, panicking passengers.
Will Trump's win mark the end of 2016's bizarre events?
This year deserves to be called “bizarre,” given that it has been decorated with a string of unexpected, unusual and weird events.
[Trump Era] Korea-US FTA in unprecedented jeopardy
Donald Trump’s election as the next U.S. President is expected to put the free trade pact between South Korean and the U.S. in grave jeopardy.
Organizers hope for MILLION people at anti-Park rally
The anti-president rally will continue Saturday after more than 200,000 people rallied at Gwanghwamun Plaza in downtown Seoul last week.
[Trump Era] Donald Trump elected US president in stunning upset victory
Republican Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset victory that reflects deep voter resentment against the establishment and unsettles allies and foes alike over the question of where he will take the most powerful nation in the world.
[LIVE] Trump's odds of winning the election are surging
Americans went to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to elect the country's first woman president, promising reforms based on stability, or hand power to a real-estate mogul known for proposing unorthodox, sometimes eccentric, cures for various problems plaguing the nation.
Safety minister nominee stumbles on plagiarism after shamanism
Park Seung-joo, the nominee for minister of Public Safety and Security, allegedly plagiarized his doctorate dissertation, according to cable TV network YTN.
Choi Soon-sil asked gangster to scare off daughter's boyfriend
Choi Soon-sil, the woman behind the influence-peddling scandal and accused of having illegitimately meddled in Korean state affairs, allegedly asked a syndicate boss to “take care of” her daughter’s boyfriend.
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