Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha star Kim Seon-ho did no wrong amid abortion scandal, took care of his partner when facing an unplanned pregnancy, new report says

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha star Kim Seon-ho did no wrong amid abortion scandal, took care of his partner when facing an unplanned pregnancy, new report says

27/10/2021 7:45:00 AM

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha star Kim Seon-ho did no wrong amid abortion scandal, took care of his partner when facing an unplanned pregnancy, new report says

HONG KONG — South Korean star Kim Seon-ho’s career took a nosedive last week when a scandal involving a former relationship broke the day after the finale of his hit series Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha. However, a new report released on Tuesday (Oct 26) by Korean media outlet Dispatch — best known for breaking celebrity dating rumours and investigations into the entertainment industry — reveals his side of the story.

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Singapore-Malaysia land VTL: Up to 3,000 travellers allowed daily in 1st phase, via designated buses

SINGAPORE — Singapore and Malaysia will launch a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) by land on Monday (Nov 29) via the Causeway, but under the first phase of the scheme, travellers must be citizens, permanent residents or long-term pass holders of the country that they are entering.

Biden to meet Pope Francis amid pressure from anti-abortion US bishopsVATICAN CITY: Devout Roman Catholic Joe Biden meets Pope Francis in the Vatican on Friday (Oct 29) at a time when the US president is under pressure from conservatives in the Church for his conflicted position in the dispute over abortion rights. Biden goes to weekly Mass regularly and keeps a picture

Russia and China are getting closer, but Moscow should worry about its new partner, Biden's China ambassador pick says'The Russians are going to have to worry, long-term, about economic domination of Russia by China,' said Joe Biden's nominee for US ambassador to China, Nicholas Burns.

Singapore reports 3,174 new COVID-19 cases and 14 more deathsSINGAPORE: Singapore reported 3,174 new COVID-19 cases as of noon on Monday (Oct 25) as 14 more people died from complications due to the virus. The fatalities, who were aged between 60 and 93, had various underlying medical conditions. The Ministry of Health (MOH) did not specify what

In Kabul children's hospital, medics struggle with staff shortagesIn Kabul's main children's hospital, the crumbling of Afghanistan's health system is reflected in the eyes of exhausted staff as they eke out fast-diminishing stocks of medicines. As crowds of mothers and sick children fill waiting rooms in the Indira Gandhi Children's Hospital, medical staff are squeezing three babies into a single incubator and doubling them up in cot-like infant warmer beds. 'We tell each other that we have do this work, if we don't do it, these problems will become big, it's a loss for ourselves, our society and for our country,' said Dr Saifullah Abassin as he moved from bed to bed in the crowded intensive care unit.

Survivors of 1965 Indonesia massacres urge UK to apologiseSurvivors and descendants of those massacred in Indonesia’s anti-communist purge of 1965-1966 are urging the UK government to apologise for its role in “one of the worst mass murders of the 20th century”.

India says government panel looking into new Delta subvariantIndia's health minister said on Tuesday that a government panel of experts was looking into a Delta coronavirus subvariant, AY.4.2, that has been detected in the United Kingdom. The U.K. Health Security Agency said last week that it was investigating AY.4.2 as it was possibly more transmissible than Delta, though there was no evidence that it caused more severe disease or rendered vaccines ineffective.