■World leaders scramble to halt North Korea's planned rocket launch.
■South Korea will continue its malaria aid to North Korea despite escalated tensions.
■The Bank Of Korea is likely to freeze its key interest rate again this month.
■Foreigners will be fingerprinted as they enter Korea starting next year.
■Korea's forestry resources have increased nine-fold since 1973.
■ President Lee Myung-bak and U.S. President Barack Obama will call on a strong response by the international community if North Korea launches a rocket.
■ South Korean airliners will have to reroute flights as a precaution against North Korea's rocket launch.
■ The Korean won closed at 1,334.5 won to the dollar, for its biggest daily gain since December.
■ North Korea regrets playing South Korea in yesterday's football match.
■The city of Gwangju, Jeolla Province, will host the Gwangju World Light Expo in October.
■ President Lee Myung-bak is calling on the National Assembly to approve a supplementary budget bill without change.
■ A South Korean worker remains in North Korean custody for a third day.
■ Korea has posted a trade surplus for Kimchi in the first two months of the year.
■ The first all-English radio station in Gwangju, Jeolla Province, 98.7 GFN, launched today.
■ South and North Korea will meet tonight in a World Cup qualitfying match at Seoul's World Cup Stadium.