Tokyo Olympics to start on July 23, 2021

Tokyo Olympics to start on July 23, 2021

the 2020 Olympics Corgan izing Committee announced on Monday that the Tokyo games has been rescheduled for July 23rd 2021 and the Paralympics for August 24th 2021 the Summer Olympics were originally scheduled to takes place this year but due to the Cova 19 outbreak Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a and IOC president Thomas Bach

IOC to hold crisis talks on fate of Tokyo 2020

IOC to hold crisis talks on fate of Tokyo 2020

With a little more than four months to go until the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics are supposed to start,… the International Olympic Committee will hold an emergency meeting Tuesday with international sports bodies. The meeting will center around actions being taken to fight the coronavirus outbreak while preparing for the Games,… but despite rising speculation,

COVID-19 outbreak sparks concerns over 2020 Tokyo Olympics

COVID-19 outbreak sparks concerns over 2020 Tokyo Olympics

with a 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics just five months away from kicking off in the Japanese capital the kovat 19 outbreak is raising concerns about whether the world’s biggest and the most celebrating sporting event might have to be called off her Eason Jay tells us more the Tokyo Marathon scheduled for March 1st will

President Moon hopes to achieve concrete results in ‘New Northern Policy’ this year

President Moon hopes to achieve concrete results in ‘New Northern Policy’ this year

president McCain call for a concrete results this year from the new southern policy earlier today he was briefed by the chairman of the Presidential Committee on northern economic cooperation regarding the policy direction for the new year while the administration focused on improving relations with ASEAN in 2019 this year’s goal is on the

Top N. Korean officials pledge frontal breakthrough against sanctions on regime

Top N. Korean officials pledge frontal breakthrough against sanctions on regime

north Korea has stated that it will face confrontations head-on from now on experts say the move shows Pyongyang is restructuring its system and is bracing for long-term sanctions to be placed on the regime Eason J has this report North Korean leader Kim jong-un’s first public activity of 2020 was paying tribute to the

N. Korea’s ruling party gathering underway for 3 days

N. Korea’s ruling party gathering underway for 3 days

the Central Committee of North Korea’s ruling party is holding a plenary session this week for the first time since Kim jong-un rose to power in 2012 the session is lasting for multiple days showing that the regime has lots to discuss amid the stalemate in nuclear talks with the u.s. Oh jung-hee has this

N. Korea’s ruling party holds bigger, longer 3-day meeting

N. Korea’s ruling party holds bigger, longer 3-day meeting

North Korea vowed to take offensive measures to ensure the regime sovereignty and security this comes during a key political gathering in there was hell for multiple days for the first time since Kim jong-un rose to power in 2012 Oh jung-hee as our top story North Korea’s ruling party gathering is into its third

N. Korea vows ‘long struggle’ to achieve prosperity on its own

N. Korea vows ‘long struggle’ to achieve prosperity on its own

as the world geared up to usher in the new year North Korea continued with its ruling party’s Central Committee meeting for the fourth day today the regime’s leader Kim jong-un indirectly stressed that North Korea will endure international sanctions through self-reliance watchers now speculate that the meeting that took place for multiple days could

North Korea convenes plenary session attended by top officials

North Korea convenes plenary session attended by top officials

Our top story. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held on Saturday met with top ruling party officials to discuss core issues including national defense.This comes before the regime’s unilateral deadline that it set for the United States to resume their denuclearization talks. Our Eum Ji-young has more. North Korean leader Kim Jong un held

N. Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party discussion to enter fourth day

N. Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party discussion to enter fourth day

North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency reports that the plenary session of the ruling Workers Party Central Committee will continue which implies that it will be held yet again today the report emphasized North Korean leader Kim jong-un’s work on leading seven hours of meetings on the North’s economic developments and the regime’s sovereignty