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Daily Update - October 18

South Korea

Politics – Hotels are starting to see the effect of the Kim Young-ran Law – an anticorruption law which limits the value of gifts a public servant, educator or journalist can receive to 30,000 won for food, 50,000 won for gifts, and 100,000 won for condolence money – took effect.   535 more words

North Korea

Breaking News: Falied Missile Launch

On Saturday, North Korea attempted to launch a Musandan missile from a location near the northwestern city of Kusong. The launch occurred around 12:33pm near the Sohae launch zone. 114 more words

North Korea

Kaine: IDF chief agrees Iran deal stopped nuclear program

Virginia senator Tim Kaine on Tuesday said IDF chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot agrees the Iran nuclear deal “stopped” the Islamic Republic’s program, as Indiana governor Mike Pence argued the pact “essentially guaranteed that Iran will someday become a nuclear power.” 566 more words

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Trump did business with Iranian bank later linked to terror, nuke program

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump conducted business with an Iranian bank later linked to terrorism and Iran’s nuclear program, NBC News reported Monday, quoting an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. 254 more words

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Daily Update - September 23

South Korea

Politics – South Korean special representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs at South Korea’s Foreign Ministry Kim Hong-kyun met with his Chinese counterpart Wu Dawei.   429 more words

North Korea

North Korea Will Keep Nuclear Program in Defiance of the United Nations

North Korea Will Not Obey The U.N

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho addresses the United Nations General Assembly in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S. 459 more words

Pakistan nukes under scrutiny

By Sourabh Mishra

The world has started to believe what India believes since its freedom that Pakistan is a terrorist state. It is the hard-work of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that has started to bear fruits. 198 more words

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