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“2 Days & 1 Night Season 4” Cast Briefly Refer To Kim Seon Ho Leaving The Show In Message For 100th Episode

“2 Days & 1 Night Season 4” Cast Briefly Refer To Kim Seon Ho Leaving The Show In Message For 100th Episode.

KBS’s “2 Days & 1 Night Season 4” has begun airing episodes filmed after Kim Seon Ho’s departure from the show.
For the past two weeks, the show has been airing episodes as usual but with the actor mostly edited out of the footage.
On November 7, the cast, which now consists of the five members Moon Se Yoon, VIXX’s Ravi, Yeon Jung Hoon, DinDin, and Kim Jong Min, went to Jeju Island to celebrate the fourth season’s 100th episode.
The trip opened with the cast thanking the viewers for getting the season to 100 episodes. Yeon Jung Hoon said, “We started season 4 amid a lot of worries and interest, but we’re already at 100 episodes now. I think that we were able to get here because of everyone’s love and support.”

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Taiwan has no right to join United Nations – China tackles US after it suggested that Taiwan be admitted into the UN

Taiwan has no right to join United Nations ? China tackles US after it suggested that Taiwan be admitted into the UN

In a statement marking 50 years since the UN General Assembly voted to seat Beijing and boot out Taipei, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Tuesday October 26, he regretted that Taiwan had been increasingly excluded on the world stage.

China has stated that Taiwan has no right to join the United Nations, after the United States made a call for the democratic island to have greater involvement in the world body.
“As the international community faces an unprecedented number of complex and global issues, it is critical for all stakeholders to help address these problems. This includes the 24 million people who live in Taiwan,” Blinken said.


“Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the UN system is not a political issue, but a pragmatic one,” he said.
“That is why we encourage all UN member states to join us in supporting Taiwan’s robust, meaningful participation throughout the UN system and in the international community.”


“Taiwan has become a democratic success story,” Blinken said. “We are among the many UN member states who view Taiwan as a valued partner and trusted friend.”
Blinken pointed to Taiwan’s exclusion from meetings associated with the International Civil Aviation Organization and the World Health Organization.

He noted that Taiwan was hailed for its “world-class” response to Covid-19 — which largely spared the island after early intervention — and that tens of millions of passengers go through Taiwanese airports each year.

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We won’t start a war with China, but will defend ourselves full on – Taiwan Military says

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Taiwan will not start a war with China but will defend itself “full on”, Defence Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng said on Thursday, amid an increase in tensions between the pair that has raised concern internationally.

Military tensions with China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory, are at their worst in more than 40 years, Chiu said last week, adding that China will be capable of mounting a “full-scale” invasion by 2025.

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Country’s future: Russia Govt invites Taliban to Afghanistan peace conference in Moscow

Russia’s special envoy to Afghanistan said that Taliban representatives have been invited to Moscow for peace talks later this month on the country’s future. According to reports, the peace talks were planned for October 20.

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Using Afghan withdrawal to judge our commitment to allies is a grave mistake – US warns China

The US has stated its commitment to defending its allies just days after China sent 77 warplanes into Taiwanese airspace. This week, China sent a “record number” of military jets into Taiwan’s air defence zone for four days in a row, in a public show of force and the US feel such actions undermine peace across the Taiwan Strait.

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China send more than three dozen warplanes in the skies near Taiwan

China sent 38 warplanes into the skies around Taiwan on Friday, the highest number of Chinese military aircraft to breach the island’s Air Defence Identification Zone in a single day since Taipei began publicly reporting such activities last year, Taiwan’s Defence Ministry said Friday night.

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Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has died at age 84

Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who fought for independence from France, reconciled his conflict-ravaged nation and was then ousted amid pro-democracy protests in 2019 after two decades in power, has died at age 84, state television announced Friday.

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China Govt: Children banned from playing online video games for more than 3 hours per week

China banned children from playing online video games for more than 3 hours per week.

China has reportedly barred online gamers under the age of 18 from playing on weekdays and limited their play to just three hours most weekends.

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China’s recent rape scandals are a #MeToo victory, activists say — even if the government won’t admit it

China’s recent rape scandals are a #MeToo victory, activists say. Two explosive rape allegations have rocked China in recent weeks, turning a spotlight on the country’s stifled #MeToo movement and problems of sexual assault.

E-commerce giant Alibaba said it had fired an employee who was accused of sexually assaulting another employee during a business trip.

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Kano elders petition President Buhari over Gov Ganduje’s plan To Take N300Bn Loan From China

Kana elders have petition President Buhari over Gov Abdullah Ganduje’s move to borrow N300Bn for a light rail project in Kano State. The group declared that “Kano Unity Forum would not give any self-serving politician the latitude to increase poverty and deprivation within the general public through ill-conceived public works.”

In a petition signed by former presidential aspirant and chieftain of All Progressives Congress(APC), Bashir Tofa insisted Ganduje’s light rail project is rather shrouded secrecy adding that such huge economically draining should better be directed for more social projects.

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