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Ghana beat South Korea 3-2 to keep World Cup hopes alive

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No immediate reports of major disruptions or damage caused by snow, ice and subzero temperatures, as officials lifted their heavy snow warnings for Seoul and nearby areas.

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North Korea Locks Down Pyongyang , Over ‘Respiratory Illness’. Reuters reports that North Korean authorities have issued a five-day lockdown in the nation's capital. . According to the Russian embassy, "a special anti-epidemic period has been established.". The lockdown order also reportedly requires citizens to take their temperatures four times daily and alert a hospital via phone. . While there was no mention of COVID, the notice referred to an "increase in winter cases of recurrent flu and other respiratory diseases.". Reuters reports that last August, North Korea declared victory over COVID. The country never confirmed how many COVID cases it had because of an apparent lack of testing abilities. . South Korea's NK News reports that Pyongyang residents were stocking up on supplies in case stricter measures were implemented. According to state news agency KCNA, the North Korean city of Kaesong has also intensified public messages... ... "so that all the working people observe anti-epidemic regulations voluntarily in their work and life"

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Celtic sign South Korea forward Oh from Suwon

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Gareth Southgate says his family played a part in him staying on as England manager. They convinced him to give the job one more go after England were knocked out by France in the quarter finals of the World Cup. The 52-year-old admits that the lack of trophies will always leave him open to criticism. Report by Wardl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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