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US, South Korea launch joint military drills despite N Korea threats
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10 sailors missing, five injured after US destroyer collision
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George Romero, the father of the zombie as we know it, has died
The filmmaker who made his name as director of the "Living Dead" franchise was 77.
 
Meet the artists: Rachel Maclean and Shaun Gladwell
Rachel Maclean's artwork evolved from graphic art to multimedia image creation, in which she occupied the roles of director, playwright, costume designer and all the roles in story at the same time.
 
'The Great Skate' artworks go on display
Hugh Gough followed up the publication of his successful children's book, "The Great Skate," by opening an art exhibition at Taipei's Soul of Art Gallery (亞索畫廊) featuring pieces from the book as well as a collection of his original inks and acrylics.
 
Why do Korean idols face threats from fans?
A growing number of Korean pop stars received death threats in recent months, raising questions as to why such incidents occur.
 
Korean star Song Joong Ki opens up about fiancee Song Hye Kyo
In his first remarks after dropping a surprise wedding announcement, actor Song Joong Ki revealed that he and actress Song Hye Kyo made a lifetime commitment to each other on New Year's Day, said reports.
 
7 secrets to taking great photos on your iPhone
Hint: Find something to lean against and watch your breathing.
 
The creator of Paddington Bear has died
Michael Bond's first book, 'A Bear Called Paddington,' was published in 1958 and was followed by more than 200 other children's books.
 
Cargo bikes make it easier than ever to avoid hopping in a car or on a scooter
Bike couriers are a familiar sight in big cities around the world, and now transport services are also switching to two wheels.
 
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