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First South Pars demercaptanization unit operational by March 2020
The first demercaptanization unit of South Pars Phases 2 and 3 has so far progressed by 78 percent and will come on stream by the end of the current Iranian year (March 2020).
South Korean police consider restricting elderly driving at night, on expressways
South Korea’s police said they are considering restricting elderly people's driving at night and on expressways as part of measures to improve the nation's traffic safety.
Ratio of South Korean women rises to 46.5% in civil service
The ratio of women among South Korea's civil servants reached 46.5 percent as of last year, marking a rise of 3.3 percentage points over 2013, government data released on Monday showed.
South Korea’s antitrust chief says wealth distribution situation likely to improve
South Korea's antitrust chief said on Friday that he expects the country's worsening wealth distribution situation to improve this year, citing an increase in government support for low-income earners.
Reuters poll: South Africa's rand to shed half its 2019 gains in a year
South Africa’s rand will lose half of the seven-percent gains made against the US dollar since the start of the year over the next 12 months, pressured by fiscal constraints and weak growth, a Reuters poll found on Wednesday.
South Korea imports 30.2 trillion won worth of food in 2018
South Korea imported 30.2 trillion won ($27.2 billion) worth of food last year, with the largest portion of those shipments coming from the US, data showed on Tuesday.
South Korea cabinet waives feasibility studies for 24.1 trillion won worth of projects
South Korea cabinet on Tuesday approved the waiving of preliminary feasibility studies for 23 projects worth 24.1 trillion won ($21.5 billion) in the latest move to promote balanced regional development.
Key food source moves south
A keystone prey species in the Southern Ocean is retreating towards the Antarctic because of climate change.
South Korea December exports seen rising only slowly year-on-year amid China-US dispute
South Korean exports in December are likely to increase less than in the previous month due to cooling demand from major economies led by China, a Reuters survey found on Wednesday.
BMW hit by $10m fine in South Korea over engine fires crisis
South Korea's government is fining BMW $10 million over its handling of a spate of engine fires in the country — and the automaker's problems don't end there.
South African cities short of cemetery space
In the middle of the vast Avalon cemetery in Johannesburg's Soweto township, two gravediggers shoveled soil out of an old grave containing remains buried years ago.
South Korea successfully tests space rocket engine
South Korea on Wednesday successfully conducted a rocket engine test launch, officials said, paving the way for the development of its own space launch vehicle.
The Indian princess who became a South Korean queen
Ayodhya, which is best known as the birthplace of the Hindu god Ram, also however, holds special significance for some South Koreans — many believe they can trace their ancestry to the city.
Teen suicide toll of 15 in South Africa’s Phoenix
Depression has been at the root of suicide in Phoenix, an Indian township, northwest of central Durban in South Africa, with an estimated 15 teenagers ending their lives over the past 10 months.

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