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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on July 29)

    Tidal flats as world heritage More efforts needed to ensure biodiversity conservation The country's tidal flats, or "getbol," have been inscribed on UNESCO's World Natural Heritage list. The World... 07:14 Jul. 29
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 29)

    Momentum restored Reopening communication lines seen as a step toward another inter-Korean summit The sudden restoration of inter-Korean communication lines raises hopes for an improvement in stra... 07:13 Jul. 29
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on July 28)

    Prudence is needed Inter-Korean communication lines have been restored 13 months after North Korea cut them after criticizing South Korea's dispatching of propaganda leaflets across the border. Th... 07:05 Jul. 28
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on July 28)

    Hope for better ties Two Koreas should resume dialogue for peace South and North Korea reconnected their severed cross-border communication lines Tuesday, raising cautious hopes for the resumption... 07:04 Jul. 28
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 28)

    Inscrutable criteria COVID relief splits people 88% to 12%; Justification weak, effect questionable Under the 34.9 trillion won (US$30.3 billion) extra budget bill passed last week to prop up the ... 07:04 Jul. 28
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on July 26)

    Shame on Japan Tokyo should not deny wartime forced labor A UNESCO committee has called for Japan to deliver on its promise to honor victims of wartime forced labor at an information center on its... 06:54 Jul. 26
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 26)

    Absurd eulogy Cheong Wa Dae, military praise Moon as virus-hit naval crew struggles Members of the Cheonghae naval unit recalled their nightmarish lives aboard the Munmu the Great, a destroyer whe... 06:54 Jul. 26
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on July 21)

    Headed for the worst President Moon Jae-in won't be attending the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. His plan to find a breakthrough in the long deadlocked bilateral relationship through a su... 07:00 Jul. 21
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on July 21)

    Dashing hopes for summit Japan hit for high-handedness toward Korea President Moon Jae-in's efforts to hold a summit with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga have gone up in smoke due mainly to... 07:00 Jul. 21
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 21)

    Discriminatory response Politicized implementation of quarantine rules adds to exacerbating pandemic crisis Amid concerns over a resurgence in COVID-19 cases, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has... 07:00 Jul. 21
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on July 20)

    A foreseeable crisis at sea A cluster of Covid-19 infections among sailors of the Cheonghae unit aboard a Navy destroyer dispatched to the waters off eastern Africa was anticipated long ago. Yet o... 07:04 Jul. 20
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on July 20)

    Mass infection in warship :Military should take responsibility for quarantine failure The worst-ever mass infection among service members has taken place among South Korea's Cheonghae unit aboard... 07:04 Jul. 20
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on July 20)

    Growing carbon risks :EU seeks to adopt carbon border tax; steps needed to ease business burden The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to adopt a "carbon border adjustment mechan... 07:04 Jul. 20
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