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  1. South Korean steel giant set to take on rail and port projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Townsville Bulletin

    SOUTH Korean steel and construction giant Posco is raising its stake in the $16 billion Carmichael coal project in North Queensland. Proponent India's Adani Group this week announced a memorandum of understanding to make Posco the preferred engineering, procurement and construction contractor for a new coal export terminal at Abbot Point near Bowen.

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  2. Filipe Morais Linked With Bolton SwitchRead the original story

    Wednesday | Vital Football

    Reports are now suggesting that Neil Lennon could be on his way to Bolton Wanderers as his contract with Bradford City expires at the end of the month. The 29 year old winger signed a short term contract for Phil Parkinson this Summer, following a successful trial, and has also attracted the interest of Sheffield Wednesday.

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  3. Coach Stielike: I`ll look at players with a broad mindsetRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | English Dong-A

    Uli Stielike: Please stop criticizing Jung Sung-ryong and Park Chu-young . DECEMBER 11, 2014 08:20.

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  4. Empowering the problem solversRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | MSDN Blogs

    The Microsoft Research Connections blog shares stories of collaborations with computer scientists at academic and scientific institutions to advance technical innovations in computing, as well as related events, scholarships, and fellowships. The power of computing can go a long way toward solving some of the world's most vexing problems.

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  5. SEOUL: Bitcoin hacking raises security concernsRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Asia News Network

    Concerns are rising over the security of the digital currency bitcoin following hacking cases that allegedly took place for the first time in South Korea at local online bitcoin exchange Bitcore. A man surnamed Kim in the southeastern port city of Pohang filed a complaint with the Pohang Cyber Police Agency on November 14, claiming that 15 of his bitcoins worth around 6.2 million won were stolen by an anonymous person operating from Bitcore on November 11. Another user of the bitcoin trading website posted comments on an online community forum saying his bitcoins were stolen the same night.

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  6. Korea's first bitcoin hacking raises security fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Korea Herald

    Concerns are rising over the security of the digital currency bitcoin following hacking cases that allegedly took place for the first time in South Korea at local online bitcoin exchange Bitcore. A man surnamed Kim in the southeastern port city of Pohang filed a complaint with the Pohang Cyber Police Agency on Nov. 14, claiming that 15 of his bitcoins worth around 6.2 million won were stolen by an anonymous person operating from Bitcore on Nov. 11. Another user of the bitcoin trading website posted comments on an online community forum saying his bitcoins were stolen the same night.

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  7. Park calls N.K. threat to the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Korea Herald

    President Park Geun-hye said Monday that Pyongyang's pursuit of nuclear arms is the "most destabilizing" factor on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia, and also poses a serious threat to world peace. Speaking at the World Policy Conference in Seoul, Park also vowed to flesh out her "Eurasia" initiative as a platform to create new growth engines and build regional trust.

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  8. KEPCO units mull participation in Rajin-...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Korea Herald

    The five units of South Korea's utility giant Korea Electric Power Corp. said Sunday that they are considering participation in the nascent Rajin-Khasan project logistics project in a bid to reduce the costs of importing coal from Russia through North Korea. The Rajin-Khasan project, which is on a test run, is regarded as a starting point for economic cooperation among the two Koreas and Russia.

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  9. National soccer team coach warns against `S.O.S.`Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | English Dong-A

    National soccer team coach warns against `S.O.S.` . DECEMBER 05, 2014 07:01. . Uli Stielike, the coach of South Korea`s national soccer team, on Thursday warned against the risks of "S.O.S." during a lecture hosted by the Korea Football Association at the team`s training center in Paju, Gyeonggi Province.

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  10. New tool tweaks rainbows of x-ray laser lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | R & D

    The U.S. Dept. of Energy 's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has teamed up with Santa Monica-based RadiaBeam Systems to develop a device known as a dechirper, which will provide a new way of adjusting the range of energies within single pulses from SLAC's x-ray laser.

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  11. Russia likely to have control over Rajin-Khasan projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Arirang TV

    And now onto the joint railway project involving the two Koreas and Russia, Moscow is reportedly to hold a majority 51 percent stake of the project and South Korea is taking the remaining 49 percent. The three-way trade deal involves delivering coal from the Russian station of Khasan to the North Korean port of Rajin on a 54-kilometer railway, and then to the South Korean port city of Pohang by sea.

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  12. SLAC, RadiaBeam Build New Tool to Tweak Rainbows of X-ray Laser LightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Newswise

    The Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has teamed up with Santa Monica-based RadiaBeam Systems to develop a device known as a dechirper, which will provide a new way of adjusting the range of energies within single pulses from SLAC's X-ray laser. The dechirper will enable scientists to narrow or broaden the spectrum of each X-ray pulse-similar to the spectrum of colors in visible light-up to four-fold.

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  13. Top of his gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Korea Herald

    Veteran striker Lee Dong-gook of Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors was voted the MVP of South Korean professional football on Monday. The 35-year-old garnered 101 out of 112 votes to claim the top individual award in the first-division K League Classic, easily beating out FC Seoul defensive back Cha Du-ri, with six votes, and Suwon forward Santos, who had five.

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  14. Three-nation transportation project expected to improve inter-Korean relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 | Arirang TV

    Some 40-thousand tons of coal extracted in Siberia arrived in the country last weekend through a North Korean port. The first-ever shipment is part of a trilateral project undertaken by South Korea, North Korea and Russia to transport raw materials via the Trans-Siberian railway from Russia's Khasan to North Korea's Rajin port and then to the South Korean port of Pohang.

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  15. 'Eurasia Initiative' gets boost from Koreas-Russia cooperationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 | Korea Herald

    The South Korean government vowed full support Monday for the nascent Rajin-Khasan project, saying it would help spur the "Eurasia Initiative" proposed by President Park Geun-hye. The unification ministry described the logistics program, which is on a test run, as the "starting point" for economic cooperation among the two Koreas and Russia.

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  16. [Editorial] Russian coal arrives via N.K.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 30 | Korea Herald

    The first shipment of Russian coal to arrive in Korea through the North Korean port of Rajin docked in Pohang on Saturday, possibly ushering in a new era of logistics for Korea. Some 45,000 tons of coal from Russia made its way to Rajin on the newly restored Rajin-Khasan railroad, which connects Russia and North Korea.

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  17. South Korea receives rare Russian shipment via North KoreaRead the original story

    Friday Nov 21 | Newstime Africa

    South Korea welcomed a 40,500-ton shipment of Russian coal via North Korea early Saturday morning - marking a breakthrough after years of limited inter-Korean trade. The coal arrived in Pohang aboard a Chinese vessel, having first been transported from Khasan in Russia to the North Korean port of Rajin using a recently reconnected railway, according to local media.

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  18. First trial shipment of Russian coal via N. Korea arrives in S. Korean portRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | Arirang TV

    Around 40-thousand tons of Russian coal arrived in the South Korean port city of Pohang on Saturday morning. After its extraction in western Siberia, the coal was transported to Russia's border town of Khasan.

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  19. Bandaged judoka wins in face-offRead the original story

    Friday Nov 28 | English Dong-A

    Bandaged judoka wins in face-off . NOVEMBER 29, 2014 03:48. . Kim Jae-bum has defeated Wang Gi-chun in the 81kg judo tournament.

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  20. Another human footprint in the oceanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Science, Industry and Business

    Hawaii Ocean Time-series Program scientists work aboard the R/V Ka'imikai-O-Kanaloa in the North Pacific Ocean. The HOT Program provided decades of data used to reconstruct historical nitrogen concentrations.

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