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Reporter : Lee Hyo-jin
Tue, February 27, 2024 | 00:23
Marginalized groups call for legal protection against discrimination
Jamal, a 37-year-old migrant worker from Bangladesh, likes almost everything about Korea except for one thing: racism.
2024 general elections likely to be neck-and-neck race
Exactly 100 days are left until the April 10 general elections.
More turbulent inter-Korean relations expected in 2024
Relations between South and North Korea are expected to go from bad to worse in 2024, according to analysts, with Pyongyang declaring on Sunday that Seoul is no longer 'a counterpart for reconciliation and unification.'
Defense minister apologizes over controversial educational material
Defense Minister Shin Won-sik has apologized over a recent controversy about some of the ministry's education material, which is provided to soldiers and describes the nation's easternmost islets of Dokdo as 'disputed territory,' a statement that prompted widespread criticism.
S. Korea, US, Japan launch real-time NK missile data-sharing system
South Korea, the United States and Japan jointly initiated a real-time data-sharing system for North Korean missile warnings, Tuesday, marking a significant milestone in strengthening trilateral security cooperation against Pyongyang's nuclear threats.
Uzbek student details harrowing treatment by Hanshin University
On Nov. 24, about 30 Uzbek students enrolled at a Korean language course at Hanshin University in Gyeonggi Province received a notice from school officials that their dormitory will undergo disinfection three days later. The students were told to keep their valuables with them on the designated sanitization day.
[INTERVIEW] Return of Tusk unlikely to affect arms deal with Korea: Polish expert
Newly elected Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is unlikely to cancel arms deals with Korea, according to Marek Swierczynski, a Polish defense expert, amid rising concerns in Korea that the Tusk administration may overturn weapons purchase deals signed under the previous government.
Former PM's new third party to shake up general elections
With only four months left ahead of the parliamentary elections, the emergence of new third parties is suggesting that the elections may not be a two-way race between Korea's two major parties - the ruling People Power Party (PPP) and the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea (DPK).
Korea faces backlash for toughening rules on refugees
Human rights activists are lambasting the Ministry of Justice's plan to strengthen refugee screening by letting authorities reject or revoke the asylum applications or statuses of people who may 'damage national security.'
LIG Nex1 appoints Shin Ick-hyun as new CEO
Local defense company LIG Nex1 appointed Shin Ick-hyun, a retired Korean Air Force officer and current vice president at the firm, as the new CEO.
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