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Our Kim In-kyung has more. A subsequent relicensing process could have taken Kori 1 to 2027, but Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP) announced in August 2015 that it had withdrawn its application to extend the unit's operating licence. He pledged to abandon the nuclear-centric electric power policy and open a post-nuclear era. On being elected, he immediately shut down eight old coal-fired plants and said no new such plants would be constructed.
  • OECD Says Global Growth

    OECD Says Global Growth "Better But Not Good Enough"

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    The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has cut its economic growth forecasts for the USA this year and next, saying stimulative measures it had expected from the Trump administration would now likely be implemented later than the Paris-based research group had previously anticipated.
  • Apple unveils watchOS 4 for Apple Watch with new fitness features

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    Apple says watchOS 4 has loads more features. AppleWhen Apple unveiled the new Apple Watch operating system at its annual developer conference on Monday, it was clear that the focus is on fitness. With watchOS 4 four you can accurately count down all the calories, you burned during your toughest workouts. Besides that, Apple also announced that new watch faces that are joining are from popular characters Toy Story.
  • French Ministry takes on Trump with its own climate change video

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    Peduto called the decision "disastrous for our planet" and said Trump's decision "has made America weaker, and the world less safe". The two wrote a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry saying that maintaining the commitment to the agreement and to USA leadership on climate change will help protect future generations.
  • Trump expected to quit Paris climate deal

    Trump expected to quit Paris climate deal

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    The U.S. would be one of only three countries to not support the climate deal if Trump withdraws from it. McKenna said she had urged USA officials to stay in the Paris deal, noting that 90 percent of the agreement remained to be negotiated.
  • PS Plus June 2017 Lineup Reportedly Leaked By PlayStation Turkey

    PS Plus June 2017 Lineup Reportedly Leaked By PlayStation Turkey

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    The video game developer also announced that the "Life is unusual 2" game will appear at the E3 2017 event. Upon tracking specimen clone outbreaks, players will descend into zed-laden hot zones and exterminate them. "Meanwhile, Max must quickly learn that changing the past can sometimes lead to a devastating future", read the game's official description. The leak about PlayStation Plus June 2017 games lineup also suggests that both of these games will be available on PlayStation4.
  • Don't feed the sea lions

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    Andrew Trites, the Director of UBC's Marine Mammal Research Unit, said the sea lion probably thought the girl's dress was food. The video appears to show tourists feeding a California sea lion bread crumbs. "After being pulled back onto the dock, the family quickly walked away from the area without saying much", Fujiwara said . However, this group would soon learn this sea lion is anything but harmless.
  • Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go

    Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go

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    After four and a half hours' of tough play today, Ke lost the first game by mere 1.5 points to the AI program. Ke had closely studied AlphaGo's strategy and tried to use some of the AI's unconventional tactics against it during his match, opening the game with a couple of moves that are seldom used by human players.
  • 'Grubby articles' rocked my career, Rebel Wilson tells court

    'Grubby articles' rocked my career, Rebel Wilson tells court

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    Collins told the jury about Wilson's working-class Sydney childhood and the hardships she had faced in making it in Hollywood, years after she had a dream about winning an Oscar while sick with malaria. Wilson is seeking unspecified damages from the publisher. Three days before publishing the article at the centre of the trial, Woman's Day editor-in-chief Fiona Connolly voiced concerns about it.
  • More bugs may be released: Hacking group

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    The hacking group said it would release tools to subscribers each month or would " go dark permanently " if the "responsible party" bought all the tools for a lump sum, suggesting that the Shadow Brokers could be willing to hand over stolen hacking tools to the NSA for a price.
  • Google poised to roll out arsenal of services, gadgets

    Google poised to roll out arsenal of services, gadgets

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    Further, he explains that nearly 70 per cent requests made to Google Assistant are in natural languages and not keywords. Another notable bit of news was Assistant's growing ability to take visual context into account. Here's a run down of the funky stuff we're hoping to see announced at Google I/O 2017. Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries will be coming to Android, iOS and the web in the coming weeks.
  • France's Macron names Republican Philippe as PM

    France's Macron names Republican Philippe as PM

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    Without that, he could find himself a figurehead from the get-go, incapable of putting into action his campaign promises of economic modernization. The move is in line with Macron's oft-repeated view that the left-right divide in French politics is outdated, but may also be partly aimed at winning centre-right support ahead of June's parliamentary elections.