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Academician: Chinese, Korean languages challenging Persian in Pakistan
Persian language is facing a serious challenge from Chinese and Korean languages in Pakistan, said an Iranian professor of Persian language at Pakistan's National University of Modern Languages (NUML).
Korean leaders sign joint declaration pledging denuclearization
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in have signed a joint declaration agreeing to work for the "complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula" following their historic summit.
China calls on all countries to take steps to reduce tensions in Korean Peninsula
China has called on the international community to put in constructive efforts in an attempt to ease escalating tensions in the Korean Peninsula after North Korea described the UN’s latest round of sanctions against Pyongyang as an “act of war” and tantamount to a total economic blockade.
Russia's foreign minister censures Washington's provocation in Korean Peninsula
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has censured the joint military exercises conducted by the United States and South Korea, saying the drills could provoke North Korea to carry out more missile tests.
US flies supersonic heavy bomber over Korean Peninsula
The United States has flown a supersonic heavy bomber from its Guam base over the Korean Peninsula during a joint military drill with South Korea.
South Korean super rich to pay more under income tax revision
Proposed changes to South Korea's income tax law will cause the country's super rich to pay 8.7 million won (US$7,800) more in dues annually, a parliamentary report said.
South Korean Embassy to exhibit marquetry works
The South Korean Embassy in Iran intends to hold an exhibition of marquetry artworks made by artists from the two Asian states in Tehran in coming days as part of the program to mark 2017 as the 'Cultural Exchange Year Between the Two Countries'.
Nine in 10 malaria infections reported in inter-Korean border areas
Nine out of 10 malaria infections in South Korea occur in border areas with North Korea, a member of a provincial government disease control body said Saturday.
Iranian student grabs silver in South Korean Olympiad
Iranian student Mobina Vatankhah received a silver medal in the 2nd Korea International Youth Olympiad, an education official said.
US warship starts drill with S Korean navy amid rising tensions with North
The US aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson has started a joint drill with the South Korean navy, according to officials, amid tensions between the United States and North Korea.
China seeks denuclearization of Korean Peninsula
China's foreign minister has called for a complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula amid concerns about the possibility of a military confrontation between the United States and North Korea.
South Korean ex-president officially indicted
South Korea’s ousted President Park Geun-hye was on Monday charged with bribery involving millions of dollars in a scandal that caused her downfall.
US naval strike force deployed to Korean peninsula
A US aircraft carrier-led strike group has set course for the western Pacific Ocean close to the Korean peninsula amid growing fears over the North’s weapons tests.
US will 'shoot down' North Korean missiles: Pentagon chief
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has described North Korea’s ballistic missiles program as a “serious threat” to the United States, threatening to shoot down any such missiles aimed at targets in the country.

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