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Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
Russia's military intelligence unit was found to have been behind cyberattacks against the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea's alpine town of PyeongChang, the U.S. Department of Justice said Monday. The Justice Department, together with the FBI, charged six officers of the Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate's (GRU) Military Unit for "disruptive, destructive and destabilizing activities in cyberspace. They included cyberattacks on the opening day of the PyeongChang Olympic Games, which left dozens of internet servers and hundreds of computers supporting the games inoperable, according to earlier reports.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
A year and a half since protesters took to the streets of Caracas, and President Donald Trump warned that "all options are on the table" if Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro refused to step down, the fortunes of the two leaders have reversed. While Trump is recovering from COVID-19 and facing defeat at the polls, Maduro's grip on power has grown more secure. With Venezuela's main opposition parties planning a boycott of parliamentary elections on Dec. 6, Maduro is poised to consolidate control over all three branches of government.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
The economic viability of South Korea's second-oldest nuclear reactor was unreasonably undervalued in determining the facility's early closure, state auditors said Tuesday. In its audit report on the early closure of the Wolsong-1, the Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) concluded that a June 2018 projection report commissioned by the Korea Hydro Nuclear Power Co. (KHNP) included sales figures that were deflated.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
With Japan about to decide on whether to release radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, Korea is seeking measures to stop the marine environment-threatening plan. However, the government is struggling to find practical and realistic ways to prevent the discharge, with the international community paying little attention to the issue.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
The concept of “club governance” is on the rise. Governments are increasingly organizing “clubs” to identify joint positions and approaches toward international issues, and to push for common agendas. Often, these clubs do not have a clubhouse (an institutional foundation or organization), as they opt to utilize more informal and flexible platforms.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
South Korea's new coronavirus cases rose by double digits for a fifth consecutive day Tuesday, but health authorities remain vigilant over cluster infections at risk-prone facilities such as hospitals. The country added 58 more COVID-19 cases, including 41 domestic infections, raising the total caseload to 25,333, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA). The figure marked a drop from 76 daily cases reported Monday and 91 from Sunday. It was also the lowest since 47 added on Friday. Health authorities say that despite the overall slowdown in the new cases, sporadic cluster infections are still lingering throughout the nation, with additional infections being reported from various places including nursing homes and.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
South Korea's 5G download speed is the world's second fastest, reaching an average speed of 336.1 megabits per second (Mbps), a report showed Tuesday. The country was only behind Saudi Arabia, which delivered an average 5G download speed of 377.2 Mbps, according to a report from industry tracker Opensignal, which tracked data between July 1 and Sept. 28 in 15 countries with 5G networks.
Korea Times (Korea) 10/20/2020 07:51
Big Hit Entertainment's heavy dependence on BTS has long been pointed out as its biggest weakness, as the group was responsible for 97.4 percent of the talent agency's revenue until last year. It would be rainbows and unicorns for Big Hit if BTS were to never get old, didn't have to undertake mandatory military service and could manage to stay popular forever, but the reality of the Korean entertainment industry prevails.

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