[이시각헤드라인] News Review October 7 | random news

■ 9/19 destruction theory… President Yoon “It’s hard to say in advance”

If North Korea goes ahead with its seventh nuclear test, the people’s power has argued that the 9/19 inter-Korean military agreement should be violated. President Yoon Seok-yeol replied, “It seems difficult to say in advance” to the related question, but he does not seem to close the possibility.

■ US semiconductor law to be published soon… Samsung Electronics ‘shock win’

As the US government is expected to announce measures to contain the Chinese semiconductor industry as early as tomorrow, the impact on domestic companies with factories in China is expected to be inevitable. Samsung Electronics’ 3Q operating profit has already fallen by more than 30%.

■ 與, sugar stabilization rate… Lee Jun-seok’s next general election is unclear

People’s power, relieved by the court’s decision to dismiss the injunction, gives former CEO Lee Jun-seok additional disciplinary action and spurs the party’s recovery. These disciplinary actions made it difficult for former CEO Lee to run for the general election in 2024.

■ Activists and organizations against ‘Russian jurisdiction’ for the Nobel Peace Prize

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to activists and organizations opposing the Russian authoritarian regime. The Nobel Committee praised them for “showing the importance of civil society to protect peace and democracy.”

■ Third year mask exam… Separation of symptomatic test rooms

The government will further strengthen school quarantine ahead of next month’s university academic ability test. In this year’s entrance exam scheduled for the 17th of next month, we plan to operate a separate exam room for symptomatic patients.

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