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  • Joint Award for South Korean President Yoon and Japanese PM Kishida by JFK Foundation South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida jointly received the 2023 Profile in Courage Award.
  • BTS's Jungkook Makes Billboard History with 'TOO MUCH' Ranking at 44 BTS's youngest member Jung Kook lands two songs on the U.S. Billboard's Hot 100, continuing his chart-topping success.
  • Bolivia Cuts Ties with Israel Over Gaza Conflict Bolivia has decided to sever diplomatic ties with Israel. It is the first country to declare a break in relations with Israel.
  • Age Controversy Hits Former President Trump: Is He Showing Signs of Slower Cognitive Decline? Former President Trump faces criticism for recent mistakes, raising questions about his age and cognitive abilities at rallies.
  • Saudi Arabia Set to Host 2034 FIFA World Cup as Sole Candidate Following Australia's Exit Following Australia's withdrawal, Saudi Arabia is set to host the 2034 FIFA World Cup, becoming the fourth Asian country to do so.
  • Matthew Perry's Legacy: Remembering the Talented Actor of 'Friends' Matthew Perry, who played 'Chandler' in the American television sitcom "Friends," passed away on October 28, 2023, at his home.
  • List of Celebrities Who Faced Dating Rumors from Accidental Social Media Posts Wrong social media uploads fuel dating rumors among celebrities, from Park Min Young to G-Dragon and more.
  • LE SSERAFIM Makes Dream Come True on U.S. NBC Morning Show 'Today Show' K-pop group LE SSERAFIM made their U.S. network TV debut on the Today Show with their English single "Perfect Night."
  • Hollywood's Most Iconic Moments: Top 6 Scenes We Can't Help But Replay Memorable movie scenes that viewers often pause and rewatch, from Sharon Stone's leg-crossing to Margot Robbie in 'The Wolf of Wall Street.'
  • Jung Kook's 'Seven' Smashes Spotify Record with Fastest Billion Streams BTS's Jung Kook's solo "Seven" hits 1 billion streams on Spotify in record-breaking 108 days, surpassing Miley Cyrus.
  • Divorce of Announcer Couple Takes Another Twist with Husband's Cryptic Post Former KBS announcers Park Ji-Yoon and Choi Dong-Seok announced their divorce after 14 years of marriage, citing personal reasons.
  • Military Under Fire for Failing to Replace Defective Bulletproof Helmets Substandard bulletproof helmets are still in use in military units despite issues with their quality, as revealed by an audit.
  • UAW Strike Widens: GM's Spring Hill Factory Hit, 20,000 Workers Now on Strike GM expands strike to Spring Hill factory, impacting production in multiple facilities, with estimated losses exceeding $800 million in Q3.
  • It's Not BTS! THIS Idol Becomes the First K-Pop Artist to Perform at UNESCO Headquarters Seventeen, a K-pop group, makes history as the first to perform at UNESCO, delivering a message of youth solidarity and education.
  • FATF Maintains North Korea's High-Risk Status for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing FIU discussed sanctions at FATF General Assembly; maintained North Korea's high-risk status due to terrorist financing.
  • Far-Right Politician's Running Mate Under Fire for Mocking BTS as 'Disease' Argentina's vice presidential candidate, Victoria Villarruel, faced backlash for past derogatory remarks about BTS, sparking fan criticism.
  • 30 Years in Captivity: North Korean Abductee Kim Byung Do's Life Ends South Korean man who was abducted by North Korea in 1973 and returning 30 years later, passed away at the age of 70.
  • K-Pop Icon G-Dragon Strongly Denies All Charges of Drug Use G-Dragon of Big Bang has denied allegations of drug use, promising full cooperation with the investigation by authorities.
  • Over 20,000 Visitors Flock to Korea Travel Fest 2023 to Experience K-Culture Korea Travel Fest 2023 promotes 'Year of Visiting Korea,' attracts tourists with K-culture experiences, concerts, and fan meetings.
  • Community Stunned as Man Assaults Teen Over Misinterpreted Phone Call A man in his 50s assaulted a teenage girl on a street in Jeonju, mistaking her phone conversation as directed at him.
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