1 hr ago | Science Daily
Brain centers and mechanisms of consciousness have not been well understood, resulting in a need for better monitors of consciousness during anesthesia.
1 hr ago | The Baltimore Sun
Former Japanese army medic Matsumoto, 91, points at a 1940s photo of himself during an interview with Reuters in Sagamihara SAGAMIHARA, Japan - When Masayoshi Matsumoto joined the Japanese army in 1943 and was sent to occupied China as a medic, he thought he was taking part in a righteous war to free Asia from the yoke of Western imperialism.
1 hr ago | Energy Tribune
South Korea imported 4.18 million barrels of Iranian crude oil in April, equivalent to 139,400 barrels per day , Reuters reported citing the latest official data on Wednesday.
6 hrs ago | Chosun Ilbo
Despite her burgeoning fame overseas, pianist Lim Hyun-jung is set to hold her first sole recital in Korea this week.
10 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
In Washington state, where global trade is now linked to 2 of every 5 jobs, trade backers are happy: Exports of aircraft and parts to Korea rose by more than 75 percent last year, and Koreans are gobbling up more of the state's prized cherries and apples.
10 hrs ago | Jaunted
No Seoul/jokes jokes this week, guys. We're just going to tell it like it is in celebration of American Airlines' new route to Seoul, South Korea , a city so hugely underrated and yet so majorly cool.
14 hrs ago | English Dong-A
'Takeshima is Korean territory!' Four members of the Japanese civic group 'Citizens' gathering against Takeshima' publicize an ancient map demonstrating that the rocky outcroppings in the East Sea belong to Korean territory, as they hold a press conference at the Busan City Hall on Tuesday.
15 hrs ago | Chosun Ilbo
Kim Hong-bin, a mountaineer without hands, has conquered the third highest peak in the world, the 8,586-m Kangchenjunga in the Himalayas.
19 hrs ago | Newkerala.com
Seoul, May 22 : A total of 245 South Koreans were confirmed to have established paper companies in safe havens in a bid to avoid tax payment, an independent South Korean media said Wednesday.
20 hrs ago | Inter Press Service
HIJOS , the acronym for "Sons and Daughters for Identity and Justice Against Oblivion and Silence", is an Argentine rights group founded in 1995 when children of people "disappeared" by that country's 1976-1983 military regime came together to hold escraches or outings of human rights violators.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dispatched a high-profile official and close confidant to travel to China on Wednesday as a special envoy while Beijing is under pressure to rein in its belligerent neighbor.
The Bank of Japan affirmed a plan to double the monetary base over two years after a jump in bond yields highlighted risks associated with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's campaign to revive the economy.
Four Japanese academics held a press conference in Busan on Tuesday to announce their support of Korea's sovereignty over the Dokdo islets.
Tensions in the Korean Peninsula are running high as North Korea launched two more short-range missiles for a third consecutive day - bringing the total fired to six.
If Mohammad Rahro, 91, had gone to just any senior center in Maryland, chances are he would not have encountered someone who remembered the headmaster with four wives who rode to school each day on a beloved white donkey.
Sin City was set afire on Saturday night as the best b-boys from the West Coast went head to head in a fierce battle during the Red Bull BC One Cypher under the lighted canopy at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas.
Organizations of various circles in south Korea held a seminar for peace on the Korean peninsula in Kwangju on May 17.
Breakdancers from across the country are heading to Norwich this weekend to battle it out for a place in an international competition.