South Korea Bans North Korean Pop Song Praising Kim Jong Un

South Korea’s media regulator has banned the North Korean pop song ‘Friendly Father,’ claiming that it, and the accompanying music video, was "linked to psychological warfare" against the government in Seoul.


Australian Telco Giant Telstra to Cut 2,800 Jobs by End of 2024 to Keep on Competitive Landscape

Telstra announced that it will cut 2,800 jobs by the end of 2024, especially products and services in its enterprise business...

AU, NZ Evacuate Nationals as Unrest in New Caledonia Continues

The foreign ministries of Australia and New Zealand have announced that it would be evacuating its nationals in New Caledonia as riots spark across the island regarding independence and nickel mining...

Ryanair Reports 34% Increase in Net Profit

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair said that their net profit rose to $2.09 billion or 34%, making it its best-ever financial performance...


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EU Greenlights Japan's Nippon Steel's $14.9 Billion Acquisition of US Steel Despite Opposition
The European Union (EU) has approved Japan's Nippon Steel's acquisition of US Steel for $14.9 billion despite facing opposition in the United States.
Maersk Shipping Disruption Amid Houthi Attacks in Red Sea Could Force More Delays
Red Sea container shipping is experiencing increased disruption, according to Maersk, which predicts that capacity between Asia and Europe would be reduced by up to 20% in the second quarter.
Starbucks Must Fix Customer Experience to Get Back in Coffee Shop Game, Ex-Boss Says
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz asked his successor Laxman Narasimhan and other Starbucks senior officials to communicate with shop baristas and work with them to enhance coffee service.
Over 1,000 Denver International Airport Flights Delayed Over Wind Gusts
Over 1,100 flights faced delays or cancellations on Monday at Denver International Airport due to strong wind gusts that swept through the state.
Boeing Scrubs Starliner Launch, Complicating Company’s Passenger Jet Woes
Boeing scrubbed its attempt to launch its Starliner capsule named ‘Calypso’ on May 6, which was supposed to be a break for Boeing’s issues in its passenger jet operations.
Xi Jinping Urges France to Resist 'New Cold War' Amid EU's Shift Towards US Alliance
Xi Jinping's visit to France amid EU tensions highlights economic cooperation, opposing a "New Cold War."
American Businessman Accused of Hiring Hitman to Kill His Wife for Massive Insurance Money Admits Funneling Millions to Lover's Business
An American businessman is currently on trial in Jamaica for allegedly hiring a hitman to kill his wife to collect a massive life insurance payout.
Body Found After P&O Pacific Adventure Cruise Ship Passenger Fell Overboard Near Sydney Harbor
A body has been found during the search for a person who was reported missing after falling overboard from a cruise ship in the waters near Sydney.
Biden Administration Halts US Ammunition Shipment to Israel; Tel Aviv ‘Unaware’ of Washington’s Decision
Israel is "unaware" of any US decision to halt a supply of ammunition to Israel, an Israeli source said.
ABC News President Kim Godwin Steps Down Amid Internal Backlash Over Leadership Style
ABC News President Kim Godwin, the first black woman to lead a broadcast network news operation, is leaving the Disney unit after growing concerns about how she was running the home of shows including
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