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NEWSCENTER [FULL]: Moon to leave for China for annual trilateral summit with regional players

▪ Moon to leave for China for annual trilateral summit with regional players

▪ UN Security Council to convene to discuss N. Korea’s provocations: Reuters

▪ Jeong Kyeong-doo confirms N. Korea’s Dongchang-ri testing relates to “engine combustion”

▪ Top N. Korean official warns Trump to “stop bluffing and think of new approach”

▪ N. Korea to fire Hwasong-15 ICBM rather than new ICBMs: 38 North

▪ U.S. lawmakers agree on bill to keep 28,500 U.S. troops in S. Korea

▪ Rival party lawmakers still negotiating 2020 budget ahead of vote at plenary session

▪ Emergency fine dust reduction measures issued for the 1st time this season in capital areas and Chungcheongbuk-do Province

▪ President Moon vows full responsibility as president to protect the people

▪ S. Korea to decide whether to cancel rice aid to N. Korea later this month

▪ S. Korea hardest hit by U.S.-China trade war

▪ Overall operating profits of Korean businesses last year dropped for first time in 6 years

▪ Former Daewoo Group Chairman, Kim Woo-choong, dies at 82

▪ ‘YouTuber’ ranks 3rd on top 10 dream jobs for elementary school students, “athlete” tops the list

▪ China reportedly orders all state offices, public institutions to stop using foreign PCs, software by 2022

▪ ‘Parasite’ earns three Golden Globe nominations

▪ Arirang TV, Guangdong TV co-produce documentaries on local culture

▪ S. Korean named badminton’s ‘Most Promising Player of the Year’

▪ LG Chem, SK Innovation included on Chinese whitelist of firms to receive EV battery subsidies

▪ DAPA inks deal for procurement of Navy’s new high-speed patrol boat

▪ Son Heung-min ranks 17th among the best players across Europe’s top 35 leagues

▪ Seoul designates eight new ‘excellent’ hanok houses in capital city

▪ Rain tonight in most areas across the nation and Ultra-fine dust advisories in force in the capital and Daegu

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