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US-South Korean war plans reportedly stolen by North Korean hackers

Hackers in North Korea have allegedly stolen a cache of classified military documents from South Korea, according to a South Korean lawmaker. Lee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea’s ruling

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South Korea seeks to use AI for military operations

South Korea’s Defense Ministry said Monday that it plans to use artificial intelligence in military operations to assist battle commanders in making informed decisions during a combat. The ministry is

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South Korea Hopes Olympics Will Lead To Tourism Boom

The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and Paralympics will boost tourism in South Korea after a falling number of Chinese visitors, it has been claimed. According to data compiled by the

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Construction of controversial Pyeongchang stadium to be finished Saturday

SEOUL, South Korea — Construction has been nearly completed on a controversial stadium that will host the opening and closing ceremonies for next year’s Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games in South

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Medals for 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang unveiled

  Medals to adorn the world’s best athletes at next year’s PyeongChang Winter Olympics were unveiled Wednesday during simultaneous ceremonies held 6,800 miles apart in New York City and Seoul.

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South Korea President Invites Russia’s Putin to 2018 Olympic Opening Ceremony

VLADIVOSTOK (Sputnik) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has been invited by his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, to attend the 2018 Olympic opening ceremony in PyeongChang, the president’s aide said

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IOC has no ‘plan B’ for Pyeongchang Games, says official

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has no ‘plan B’ to move the 2018 Winter Olympic Games from Pyeongchang, which lies near the border with North Korea, says IOC official Gian

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IOC President Thomas Bach says no immediate concerns for Pyeongchang Winter Games

BEIJING (AP) — International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said Saturday he sees “no reason for any immediate concern” about tensions on the Korean Peninsula affecting next year’s Winter Olympics

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U.S. and South Korea start military drills amid increased tension with North Korea

A mock war erupts on the Korean peninsula each year, largely in secret, with thousands of military troops and their commanders tracking and repelling a North Korean attack. It’s all

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Men accused of ‘stealing’ 125,000 lost golf balls in South Korea

Five people have been accused of “stealing” golf balls from water hazards, South Korean police said. They collected nearly 125,000 lost golf balls worth 22.5 million won (US$19,600) from 22

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