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South Korea's Moon Jae-in says, a peace treaty with the North 'must be pursued'

South Korea's Moon Jae-in says, a peace treaty with the North 'must be pursued'

South Korean President: Moon Jae-in asserted today, a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War "must be pursued". His comments come ahead of a summit with Kim Jong Un, the leader of the nuclear-armed North.
The 1950-53 Korean War ended in a 'ceasefire' rather than a 'peace treaty', leaving the two...

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business

The decision to make meters compulsory for the three wheelers has been postponed until August this year

The decision to make meters compulsory for the three wheelers has been postponed until August this year

 

Chairman of the national council for road safety Dr. Sisira Kodagoda says the decision to make meters are compulsory for the three wheelers those transport passenger from today has been postponed until August this year. At a press briefing held in Colombo today, he said that this decision ...

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sports

Dilantha Malagamuwa will take part in the first class motor race event in Italy.

Dilantha Malagamuwa will take part in the first class motor race event in Italy.


Sri Lanka's Motor racing Ace Dilantha Malagamuwa will take part in the Lambogini Super Crossio first class international motor racing competition to be held in Monza Track in Italy on Saturday and Sunday. This is the 1st international event where Malagamuwa participates in. He secured the 3rd plac...

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ENTERTAINMENT

The John De Silva memorial theatre is to be modernized

The John De Silva memorial theatre is to be modernized

 

President Maithripala Sirisena has instructed relevant officials to modernize John De Silva memorial theatre in Colombo to suit present day requirements. This theatre offers facilities for performing arts events at affordable rates. The President has refuted recent media reports that John ...

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Kim Jong-nam death suspect 'thought she was in TV prank'

An Indonesian woman held over the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother thought she was taking part in a TV prank, police say. Kim Jong-nam is thought to have been poisoned as he waited to board a flight in Malaysia on Monday. Two women and a man were arrested over the death. Indonesia's national police chief said one of the women, named as Siti Aisyah, claimed to have been paid to perform what she thought was a prank. Police believe a poisonous substance was sprayed into Kim Jong-nam's face.