Rare! Photos of South Korean President Appear in Korean Official Media





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  Moon Jae -in appeared in North Korea's official media (North Korea) today, with four photographs on Rodong Sinmun , the official mouthpiece of the ruling North Korean party. This is a rare thing to happen.

As usual, the headlines on the front page of the newspaper are filled with the activities of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un – in this edition, Kim gets a gift from the Air Force commander Zimbabwe who visited.

But the front page of the newspaper also posted seven photos of the departure and arrival of the North Korean diplomatic delegation to the South Korean Olympic Games, led by the head of the ceremonial state Kim Yong Nam and sister Kim Jong Un, Kim Yo Jong

Inside, the media displayed other photographs of their encounter with Moon and the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics – four photographs of which featured Moon who was named president.

As reported by news agency AFP Saturday (10/2/2018), it is very unusual for the North Korean media to post a photo of a South Korean leader. It is also rare for the North Korean media to name the South Korean leader as president – as long as this North Korean media calls him chief executive or another term.

The official North Korean news agency Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA ) this time also mentions Moon as president. Nam Yong Nam Yo Jong is the first names mentioned KCNA in his report on the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Moon just appeared in the fifth paragraph: "Also present Moon Jae In and South Korean political and social figures."

But the media did not mention who sat in the same area as Moon and as well Kim Yong Nam and Kim Yo Jong. "The audience cheered and applauded when North and South Korean athletes entered the arena together behind a unification flag," wrote Kronna . ] <! –
 

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Marriage of the same sex in Australia Official Sah

Dozens of same-sex couples marry in Australia shortly after midnight Tuesday (9/1), when the country's law authorizing gay couples takes effect.

Among those who married after midnight Craig Burns and Luke Sullivan, both of whom will compete for the Australian national squad at the Commonwealth Games Commonwealth Games to be held in April in Queensland.

"This is another way to show your partner's love and appreciation in front of the people in your life, "Burns said.

The Australian Parliament formally endorsed same-sex marriages last month by a large margin in both the House and Senate shortly after a nationwide voluntary survey by post in which 62 percent those who returned the ballot voted "yes" to validate same-sex marriage.

Governor-General Pet er Cosgrove, who represents Queen Elizabeth as Australian head of state, signed the bill into law as soon as it passes in parliament. Couples have to wait to get married because they have to give notice 30 days in advance under Australian law.

Some couples get dispensed for marriage before the law officially goes into effect for various reasons, including a disease that is expected to take immediate life one of the couples.

Australia joins more than 20 other countries, including the United States, legally approving gay marriage.

Three Official Miss America Organization Officers

The head of the Miss America Organization, which involved an email scandal containing comments attacking former contest winners, harassing their appearance, intellectuality and sex life, resigned on Saturday (23/12). While the president of the organization, Josh Randle, who also will retreat and apologize for harassing the weight of a winner.

To the Associated Press news agency, Randle said his comments responded to an email to his personal account about the physical appearance of Miss America 2013, Mallory Hagan, performed months before he began working for the Miss America Organization in 2015. But he said the comments were wrong.

Randle declared his resignation voluntarily and was not sought by the board of Miss America, based in Atlantic City. [19659002] Hagan did not respond to requests for comment on Randle's resignation, CEO Sam Haskell and Chairman Lynn Weidner. But in a message written on the Facebook page, he asked anyone who was warned to avoid appearing and writing a direct message to him, possibly a prelude to legal action against the Miss America Organization or his former official regarding his post-Miss America job as a contestant's interview trainer.

The scandal began on Thursday when the Huffington Post news website published an email leak that showed contest officers abusing former Miss America, including harsh comments and sometimes rude about them. [ka]