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Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers

National 06:55 May 18, 2023

SEOUL, May 18 (Yonhap) -- The following are the top headlines in major South Korean newspapers on May 18.

Korean-language dailies
-- Angry nurses say they will quit 'illegal' duty (Kyunghyang Shinmun)
-- 10,000 nurses move to stop doing work like 'drug prescriptions,' 'blood collection' (Kookmin Daily)
-- 'Father of ChatGPT' warns AI can manipulate U.S. presidential election (Donga Ilbo)
-- Ruling, opposition parties agree to conduct total inspection of crypto transactions among lawmakers (Seoul Shinmun)
-- Contact-free medical treatments to continue in some hospitals, clinics (Segye Times)
-- 'International cooperation is needed to end the war; S. Korea must play a central role': Yoon (Chosun Ilbo)
-- Progressives more likely to believe fake news than conservatives (JoongAng Ilbo)
-- Soldier's death, believed to be the trigger for mass shooting of innocents in Gwangju, turned out to be caused by martial law army (Hankyoreh)
-- 'May spirit' hurt by combative politics bound by the past (Hankook Ilbo)
-- S. Korea's economic growth will stop unless immigration rises fourfold (Maeil Business Newspaper)
-- 'Shallow recession is imminent; distressed-debt market will open' (Korea Economic Daily)

English-language dailies
-- Yoon, Trudeau agree to deepen partnership (Korea JoongAng Daily)
-- S. Korea, Canada vow stronger ties (Korea Herald)
-- Japan's info on Fukushima wastewater should not be taken at face value: expert (Korea Times)

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