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Former PRISTIN and I.O.I member Nayoung Talks About Promoting Solo + Future Activities

Nayoung has talked about her future activities! After promoting as a member of I.O.I and PRISTIN, Nayoung began her solo promotions after signing with Sublime Artist Agency. Recently, she greeted her fans through a fan meeting on her birthday on December 18. During a recent interview for MK Sports, Nayoung talked about promoting solo. She shared, “After going solo, it was awkward at first, and I felt burdened because I had to take on schedules ... Full story

Korean stars post their condolences after Kobe Bryant's passing

Korean stars have been posting their condolences following the passing of basketball legend Kobe Bryant . Kobe tragically passed away yesterday in a helicopter crash . Celebrities including Jay Park, Daniel Henney, Shin Sung Rok , iKON's Bobby have been making condolences posts following the news. "I can't believe it. ... Full story

Newspaper headlines: Prince Andrew 'snubs FBI' and the Holocaust remembered

Image caption The Duke of York features on most of Tuesday's front pages after a US prosecutor claimed he had provided "zero cooperation" into the inquiry into the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein - the duke's former friend. The paper calls it a "snub". Image caption "Zero help from duke" is the headline on the front page of the Metro, which also leads on the Prince Andrew story. Meanwhile, the paper is one of many to feature a poignant image ... Full story

Brexit: Tears and relief as the UK's MEPs bid farewell News

Image caption Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox says she is "relieved" at her exit, as "a democratic mandate's been realised". As the clock strikes 23:00 GMT on Friday, 31 January, the 73 MEPs who represent Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the European Parliament will bid farewell to their roles. For some of them, there is only delight and relief as the UK approaches Brexit. For others, there have been tears and goodbye hugs. "How I am feeling ... Full story

Could John Bolton be an impeachment game-changer?

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Trump impeachment trial: Five possible twists ahead. Democrats have intensified their calls for former US National Security Adviser John Bolton to testify in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial. The pressure has grown following the report of a potentially explosive claim Bolton is said to make in a new book. The New York Times cited a leaked Bolton manuscript as saying that Trump ... Full story

A Pink announce strict legal action against malicious commenters

On January 27, Play M Entertainment released an official statement via 's official fan cafe, promising strict legal action against malicious commenters. The agency wrote, "We will be taking strong legal action against malicious commenters who continue to attack our artist A Pink by spreading false rumors, posts containing sexual harassment, defamation of character, etc via various online communities.". Play M continued, "Due to the actions of ... Full story

iPhone 12 Surprise As Apple’s Powerful iPhones Revealed

- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin. It may be nine months until consumers can get their hands on any of Apple’s presumptively named iPhone 12 handsets, but that doesn’t mean the iOS powered smartphones are a mystery. Not only do we know many of the key features, we also have a very good idea about the handset design. With that information, it’s possible to put together all the data to illustrate the upcoming smartphones. And the teams at ... Full story

The 'leopard unit', vigilantes and Nigeria's kidnap crisis

Image caption Insecurity in some parts of the country have led people to form their own vigilante units. In our series of letters from African journalists, the editor-in-chief of Nigeria's Daily Trust newspaper, Mannir Dan Ali, considers the controversy over the latest plan to deal with insecurity in his country. Last week, I helped pay a ransom to free the kidnapped wife and two daughters of a friend. The three had been held for eight days ... Full story

Are your houseplants bad for the environment?

Cultivating an indoor plant is thought to have positive effects on mental health and wellbeing, and a snap of a succulent is a sure way to get some Instagram likes. But just how green are your fingers? From cutting down on "plant miles" to reusing plastic pots, British gardeners, botanists and environmental campaigners have shared ways to keep your horticultural hobby sustainable. Houseplants are on the rise, according to the Royal ... Full story

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