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'Tipping point' on Korean Peninsula near, Beijing warns
The situation on the Korean Peninsula is approaching "a tipping point for a crisis as well as a turning point for making decisions to return to peaceful dialogue", Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday.
A tattoo that is painless, removable and safe
Tech startup SketchOn develops custom-print temporary tattoo printer. For those who are not fans of permanent tattoos etched onto the skin, alternative options have long been limited to either body painting or slapping on a tacky tattoo sticker by rubbing it with water.
UN Security Council passes toughest North Korea sanctions yet
The UN Security Council has voted unanimously to impose its toughest sanctions against North Korea to date.
China's Huawei to supply key network equipment for Seoul Metro
China's biggest network equipment manufacturer Huawei will supply core equipment for the telecommunications systems of Seoul's major underground railways, sources said Thursday.
The South Korean capital's top tourist attraction isn't sexy or scenic — it's the subway
It's followed by the War Memorial of Korea and the palace Gyeongbokgung, according to a user-contributed TripAdvisor list.
Female K-Pop singers targets of online sexual harassment and crimes
Verbal assault over a controversial ad is yet another reminder that female celebrities still are frequently exposed to sexual harassment online.
North Korea shows off improvements with latest launch
North Korea's second intercontinental ballistic missile launch late Friday night reached the highest altitude ever achieved by the nation, possibly enough to threaten the U.S. capital of Washington, according to experts.
US cities in range of N Korea missile, experts warn
North Korea launches its second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), with experts warning that US cities are now within Pyongyang's range.
Women to be tried for Kim Jong Nam murder in October
The trial of two women accused of the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, is to begin on October 2.
North Korea threatens a nuclear strike 'at the heart of the US'
Pyongyang reportedly says nuclear attack would come if Washington attempts regime change.
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