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Ethereum Soars To Record High After South Korea Regulator Confirms "No Plan" To Regulate Cryptos

November 24, 2017 - 2:45am
Ethereum Soars To Record High After South Korea Regulator Confirms "No Plan" To Regulate Cryptos

In September, South Korea surpassed China in total crypto trading volumes, and as the world’s second largest Ethereum exchange market, South Korea is evolving into an Ethereum powerhouse with a rapidly growing number of active developments, domestic projects and communities.

image courtesy of CoinTelegraph

UN Releases Shocking Video Of North Korean Defector's Mad Dash Into The South Under Fire

November 22, 2017 - 2:24pm
UN Releases Shocking Video Of North Korean Defector's Mad Dash Into The South Under Fire

Authored by Ryan Pickrell via The Daily Caller,
Incredible video footage from the tense Korean Demilitarized Zone shows one North Korean soldier’s desperate dash into South Korea as his comrades let loose a barrage of bullets.

Brazen North Korean Defector Was Shot 7 Times, But Will Likely Survive

November 15, 2017 - 12:50pm
Brazen North Korean Defector Was Shot 7 Times, But Will Likely Survive

Yesterday, we shared the story of one brazen North Korean soldier’s journey across the heavily fortified DMZ into South Korea - one of the most daring defections by a North Korean in recent memory. But since then, more details about the defection have emerged. The unidentified man was shot an astonishing seven times - and surgeons were able to remove five bullets from his person.
Indeed, it was the first time since 2007 that a soldier successfully defected across the border, Reuters reported.

In China, Trump Talks Trade and North Korea, Ignoring Climate Change and Crackdown on Human Rights

November 9, 2017 - 4:00pm

We go to Beijing for an update on President Trump's meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping as part of his five-nation trip to Asia. Trump used the talks to call on China to sever ties with North Korea, and address the US trade deficit with the country he once accused of "raping" the United States. Human rights activists have urged him to use his trip to discuss climate change and challenge China over its crackdown on dissidents and call for the release of political prisoners.

"I Think We're Making Progress" - Trump Softens Tone On North Korea

November 8, 2017 - 1:05am

President Donald Trump arrived in South Korea Tuesday for his two-day visit bearing a surprisingly diplomatic message: During a press conference with his South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Trump surprised his audience by delivering a message to North Korea that was unexpectedly conciliatory.
When asked about the monthslong diplomatic standoff between the two nuclear powers, Trump said he thinks the two countries are “making progress” toward a diplomatic solution, while urging the North Korean leadership to “come to the table and make a deal."

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