Seoul Cautious About Trump's 'Invite' to G7 Summit
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday invited Korea, Australia, India and Russia to the normally exclusive G7 summit, which has been postponed till September. The aim is to bring in traditional U.S. allies to discuss how to deal with future challenges posed by China, according to the White House spokeswoman Alyssa Farah.
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Seoul Infections Not as Bad as Feared
Coronavirus infections in the Seoul metropolitan area seem to be getting under control, with new cases dwindling daily. But a small scale of group infections with no clues to their sources still continues.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korean Media Warn Against Corrupting Foreign Arts
North Korean state media on Tuesday warned its people against the corrupting influence of foreign movies and western songs. The official Rodong Sinmun condemned the poison of bourgeois culture.
BUSINESS
Korean Air Leadership Wars Far from Over
The battle for control of Korean Air is far from over even though Hanjin Group chairman Cho Won-tae in March fended off an assault from his "nut-rage" sister and her posse of raiders.