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Reporter : Kang Seung-woo
Mon, September 25, 2023 | 02:40
Black Eagles win top award in Australia
Members of the Black Eagles, the Republic of Korea Air Force's air display team, pose after winning an award for the best overall display at the Australian International Airshow, also called the Avalon Airshow, at Avalon Airport, near Geelong, Australia, Saturday (local time). A total of 36 teams from seven countries participated in the event. The Black Eagles are comprised o...
Marking independence movement
A group of art college students from Hongik University performs in Seoul, Tuesday, as they reenact the March 1st Independence Movement protesting Japan's colonial rule over the Korean Peninsula. Wednesday commemorates the 104th anniversary of the independence movement that took place in 1919. Yonhap
Kim Ju-ae's succession still unclear: unification minister
It is too early to tell if North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un's headline-grabbing daughter, Ju-ae, is the true heir apparent, South Korea's Unification Minister Kwon Young-se said, Monday. But he did not rule out the possibility either that she might become the next leader of the country, which has been ruled by three generations of the Kim family.
Nuclear-powered sub arrives in South Korea amid NK provocations
South Korea and the United States have stepped up deterrence efforts against North Korea's mounting threats, recently stoked by the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), with their latest warning coming over the weekend - the arrival of a U.S. nuclear-powered submarine here. In addition, the allies conducted a tabletop exercise last week to respond to possib...
Defense chief visits Poland
Defense Minister Lee Jong-sup, left, shakes hands with his Polish counterpart, Mariusz Blaszczak, during his visit to a firing range in Torun, Poland, Thursday (local time), to inspect a firing drill of K9 self-propelled howitzers, which Korea exported to the Eastern European country. Courtesy of Ministry of National Defense
Seoul requests US military to rectify its reference to waters between Korea, Japan
The South Korean government requested the U.S. military, Thursday, to change the name of the body of water where South Korea, the United States and Japan held a three-way naval exercise, the previous day. The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command described the venue of the joint missile defense drill as the Sea of Japan, although South Korea calls it the East Sea. When the allies held a ...
South Korea, US, Japan conduct missile defense exercise
Three warships from South Korea, Japan and the United States carried out a ballistic missile defense drill, Tuesday, in the waters east of Korea in an apparent show of force against a recent North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test, according to Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). South Korean Navy's Aegis destroyer ROKS Sejong the Great held a drill with ...
Aerial refueling exercise
A KC-330 multi-role tanker transport aircraft performs aerial refueling with an F-35A fighter during a Republic of Korea Air Force exercise, Tuesday. The drill was revealed to the media for the first time in a show of force following North Korea's launch of an intercontinental bal...
Foreign minister stresses need for responsible use of AI in military domain
Foreign Minister Park Jin has called for the international community's efforts toward the responsible military use of artificial intelligence (AI). His comment was made at the Summit on Responsible AI in the Military Domain (REAIM 2023) in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday (local time).
KOICA sends 2nd dispatch of disaster relief team to Turkey
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has sent another dispatch of the Korea Disaster Relief Team (KDRT) to support the response to the earthquake in Turkey. The Korean government confirmed, Wednesday, through a public-private joint council for overseas emergency relief chaired by Foreign Minister Park Jin, that a second dispatch of emergency relief personnel and...
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