Table of Contents
- 1 World
- 2 World
- 2.0.1 K-pop law allows BTS stars to delay military duty
- 2.0.2 Floods displace thousands in South Sudan
- 2.0.3 Australia ‘misread’ offending tweet: Chinese embassy
- 2.0.4 How close is Iran to producing a nuclear bomb?
- 2.0.5 Deforestation in Amazon skyrockets to 12-year high
- 2.0.6 Nepal’s female soldiers break taboos amid COVID-19
- 2.0.7 China gave COVID-19 vaccine to Kim Jong Un: analyst
- 2.0.8 Cambodia fights rare coronavirus outbreak
- 2.0.9 Pakistan’s lonely elephant starts new life in Cambodia
- 2.0.10 Lewis Hamilton tests positive for COVID-19
- 2.0.11 The huge telescope setting a deep space record
- 2.0.12 ‘We are afraid’: Nigeria’s protest aftermath
- 2.0.13 Key states certify presidential election results
- 2.0.14 Bethlehem insists ‘Christmas will not be canceled’
- 2.0.15 The Kimchi feud between South Korea and China
- 2.0.16 Sri Lanka prison riot leaves at least eight dead
- 2.0.17 Is Ethiopia’s war really over?
- 2.0.18 The refugee who fled Ethiopia twice
- 2.0.19 Iran suspects opposition and Israel for death
- 2.0.20 England’s COVID infections fell 30% in lockdown
South Korea’s parliament on Tuesday passed a bill to allow globally recognized K-pop artists such as BTS to postpone their mandatory military service to age 30. Adam Reed reports.