Trump Wants to Give Speech in DMZ
U.S. President Donald Trump wants to deliver a speech in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas when he visits Seoul later this week, the Asahi Shimbun reported Friday. The news comes amid reports that Trump and North Korean leader are still writing "beautiful" letters to each other after their failed summit in Hanoi in February.
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
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People caught driving after even one drink will face punishment as tougher regulations come into force Tuesday. The new regulations slash the permissible blood alcohol level from 0.05 to 0.03 percent.
NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-un Praises 'Excellent' Letter from Trump
The official [North] Korean Central News Agency posted a picture of a pensive Kim holding a letter, apparently with White House letterhead. The report quoted Kim as praising its "excellent content."
BUSINESS
Samsung Sells 1 Million 5G Phones
Samsung has sold over 1 million of its first 5G phones in just 80 days after the Galaxy S10 hit store shelves, the company said Sunday. That boils down to 12,500 of the 5G smartphones being sold every day.