The SM Entertainment rookie group dropped two music videos on January 5 at midnight KST both for the title track
Industrial production in South Korea fell in the first month of this year, after rebounding in the previous month, boosting concerns about economic slump amid bleak domestic demand and sluggish exports, a government report showed Wednesday.
The Chinese New Year holiday drove a record number of visitors to New Zealand last month, the government statistics agency said Thursday.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the death of arguably one of the greatest men in British history, Sir Winston Churchill.
Real estate sales have started to lose momentum in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, in January after a strong recovery in the August-December period last year.
Chinese manufacturing activity continued to wane in January as a key index dropped below the 50-point mark for the first time since October 2012, marking increasing downward pressures on the economy, official data showed on Sunday.
Two police officers were wounded on Sunday when an explosive device went off in Egypt's capital Cairo, state-run Al-Ahram news website reported.
Oil prices fluctuated around the five-year low Tuesday as there was no sign that producer would cut production in response to the slump.
South Korea's central bank froze its benchmark interest rate at 2.5 percent Thursday, keeping its wait-and-see stance for 10 straight months.
Corporate bankruptcies in South Korea rebounded last month due to seasonal factors, central bank data showed Thursday.
China's new yuan-denominated lending reached 1.32 trillion yuan (216 billion U.S. dollars) in January, up 246.9 billion yuan year on year, the central bank said Saturday.
China's January exports stunned the market with a 10.6-percent rise, far exceeding market expectation of less than 2 percent.
China's official manufacturing activity index and a separate survey both eased in January from a month earlier, reinforcing the country's softening growth momentum with small enterprises suffering the most.
The purchasing managers' index (PMI) for China's non-manufacturing sector slipped for a third straight month in January due to a slowdown in the real estate sector, new data showed.
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