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Taiwanese voters head to polls to vote for leadership, legislature elections Taiwanese voters head to polls to vote for leadership, legislature elections

now over in Taiwan the islands presidential and parliamentary elections were held on Saturday the elections are being closely watched around the world as the future democracy of the south ruled island will be decided depending on the next leaders views towards China incumbent president chai in one of the Democratic Progressive Party was seen…

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Top Iranian military commander issues apology after domestic protests Top Iranian military commander issues apology after domestic protests

elsewhere around the world Iran’s top military commander issued a rare apology as protests engulf the country people took to the streets to express outrage over the government’s delay in admitting that it shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane for details let’s turn to our Kim Jiyeon the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards general Hussain…

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U.S. envoy for N. Korea sworn in as Deputy Secretary of State U.S. envoy for N. Korea sworn in as Deputy Secretary of State

America’s special envoy for North Korea Steven vegan was sworn in on Saturday as the Deputy Secretary of State he was confirmed last week by the Senate vegan has been involved in various Foreign Relations and government rules as executive secretary of the National Security Council and chief of staff of the Senate Foreign Relations…

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Moon says patriotism goes beyond class, occupation and ideology in his Memorial Day address Moon says patriotism goes beyond class, occupation and ideology in his Memorial Day address

President Moon Jae-in attended the Memorial Day service at Seoul National Cemetery on Thursday. There he emphasized when it comes to patriotism there isn’t a gap between conservatives and liberals. “As long as we avoid extremes and define patriotism within the realm of common knowledge, no matter how we view ourselves – conservative or liberal…

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Defense ministry highlighted plans to acquire state-of-the-art weapons to implement… Defense ministry highlighted plans to acquire state-of-the-art weapons to implement…

the Defense Ministry highlighted plans to implement its reform plan aimed at modernizing the military it involves acquiring advanced weapons and boosting defense systems Kim Jin has more on defense reform a 2.0 the Ministry of National Defence of Friday it’s enforcing its midterm plan previously unveiled in August aimed at strengthening South Korea’s self-reliance…

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N. Korea’s former number-two, Hwang Pyong-so, sent for ‘ideological education’ N. Korea’s former number-two, Hwang Pyong-so, sent for ‘ideological education’

Hwang Pyong-so may no longer be the second most powerful man in North Korea, as he is taken away for ideological education. Meaning that title for now… belongs to Choe Ryong-hae. With that change the National Intelligence Service is closerly monitoring the regime’s nuclear test site and upcoming military parade, for signs of provocations. Oh…

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Scottish leader to push ahead with independence referendum Scottish leader to push ahead with independence referendum

Scotland’s nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon says she will push ahead with plans to break away from the UK Sturgeon sets Thursday that she will consider all reasonable options if British Prime Minister Bruce Johnson tries to stop her holding a second referendum on Scottish independence currently a referendum cannot take place without constant from the…

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Three people killed during anti-citizenship law protests in India Three people killed during anti-citizenship law protests in India

India is circling should get a grip on the growing outrage against its controversial new citizenship law now as a protest rage on protesters are dying in fierce clashes with police for more on this and other news around the world let’s go over to our union Jungmann at the NewsCenter Chung Mina tell us…

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Experts focus on N. Korea as regime is likely to hold major ruling party gathering … Experts focus on N. Korea as regime is likely to hold major ruling party gathering …

now with the clock ticking down to North Korea’s end-of-the-year deadline for seeking a new path with the u.s. the regime looks set to hold a major gathering of its ruling party sometime next week as it’s unprecedented for the regime to hold such a meeting at the end of the year some experts think…

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Hong Kong police give first greenlight to pro-democracy protest Hong Kong police give first greenlight to pro-democracy protest

it’s been around six months since the start of the Hong Kong protests and yet another large pro-democracy March is expected in the streets of Hong Kong the Sunday however in a rare move the Hong Kong police have given the green light to Sunday’s March which is being held by the civil human rights…

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