Greenland losing ice faster over past 10 years: Experts

a group of scientists say the ice in Greenland has been melting faster over the past ten years due to rising temperatures the findings by a team of 89 polar experts published in the journal Nature show that between 1992 and 2018 Greenland lost three point eight trillion tons of ice the equivalent of a rise in the sea level

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S. Korea, U.S. deploy B-52 strategic bomber over Korean Peninsula

Our top story: Seoul’s heightened defense posture following North Korea’s fourth nuclear test. The U.S. sent a B-52 strategic bomber over the Korean Peninsula on Sunday,… to show it’s ready for any additional provocations from the reclusive regime. Defense ministry correspondent Kim Hyun-bin starts us off. Military officials from the U.S. and South Korea said in a statement… the deployment

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China supports positive changes in the Korean Peninsula: Xi

As it’s been doing so in the past, China supports improvements in inter-Korean ties and reconciliatory moves. This is according to Chinese President Xi Jinping who met with North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong-ho on Friday, during Ri’s three day visit to China. Beijing’s state-run media CCTV reported that President Xi also said he hopes Pyeongyang and Washington make progress

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Arctic cold nearing the peninsula _ 120618

Arctic cold nearing the peninsula _ 120618

Now we turn to Michelle Park at the weather center for the latest updates. Michelle, we just heard, the coldest conditions of the season have hit the peninsula. Yes, an Arctic cold air blast is expected to pull down the mercury to near minus 10 degrees Celsius starting tomorrow, but will feel colder. Even during the day, readings in most

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Presidents Moon and Xi reaffirm joint efforts to establish peace on Peninsula

Our top story this monring… The leaders of South Korea and China have positively assessed the recent uptick in inter-Korean relations. Speaking over the phone on Thursday,… Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed the progress and backed efforts by the two Koreas to improve their ties. Our Blue House correspondent Hwang Hojun has the details. President Moon Jae-in and his Chinese

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Swedish PM vows continued efforts to help achieve peace in Korea

Swedish PM vows continued efforts to help achieve peace in Korea

Sweden’s Prime Minister vowed to continue cooperative efforts to achieve lasting peace on the peninsula Stefan laufen made the comments during a speech to the National Assembly earlier today Kim again shares with us his remarks Swedish Prime Minister Stefan loved and pledged to continue efforts towards international peace including on the Korean Peninsula during a speech at the National

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S. Korea’s FM briefs EU on fast-developing situation on Korean Peninsula

S. Korea’s FM briefs EU on fast-developing situation on Korean Peninsula

Over in Europe,… South Korea’s foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha has been discussing North Korea with top diplomats from the European Union. Speaking at the EU Foreign Affairs Council,… for the first time ever,… as a non-EU member representative,… Kang explained the fast-changing situation on the Korean Peninsula now that Pyongyang has shown a strong inclination to talk. And with the

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[Weather] Cloudy and rainy Thursday, big chill on Friday

good morning it was a rainy store for to Chengdu and other southern provinces and on enough showers are forecast to prevail for this afternoon Jeju and Pusan though will see rain into this evening Jeju could see up to 20 millimeters of rainfall the mountainous regions of Jeju and the easternmost islands of Tokyo and Illumina however could see

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PyeongChang 2018 will lead to peace, prosperity on Korean peninsula: S. Korea’s culture minister

PyeongChang 2018 will lead to peace, prosperity on Korean peninsula: S. Korea’s culture minister

now moving on to the upcoming Olympic Games that seem to be acting as the catalyst for more peaceful relations between the two Koreas South Korea’s Sports and Culture Minister doe jeong-hwan says the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics can help to calm military tensions in the region while boosting inter-korean ties and restoring peace on the peninsula on the big sporting

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Conflicts grow in Ukraine as Russia-Crimea rail route opens

Conflicts grow in Ukraine as Russia-Crimea rail route opens

Russia has officially opened a railway bridge connecting it directly to the crimean peninsula a territory had annexed from ukraine five years ago the building of the railway line has been condemned by Ukraine and the European Union as a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territory cha Jonghyun tells us more the first train left saint-petersburg Monday afternoon carrying more

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