[Korea Now Today's Headline] 09/07/TUE
1. South Korea reported 1-thousand-597 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as the latest caseload was the highest tally for any Tuesday.
2. According to the Health Ministry's survey, more than 70 percent of South Koreans support transitioning into a system of co-existing with COVID-19, with a majority believing it should start in November after 70 percent of people are fully vaccinated.
3. Marking the Second International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies on Tuesday, President 문재인 pledged to more than double the country's solar and wind energy facilities by 2025.
4. According to a source within the military Tuesday, South Korea has successfully test-fired a homegrown submarine-launched ballistic missile from a new submarine to become the world's eighth country to possess such weapon.
5. The International Atomic Energy Agency said Monday that its officials are in Japan this week to launch a review of the planned release of treated but still radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant.
6. The Taliban claimed victory Monday in the last part of Afghanistan holding out against their rule, declaring that the capture of the Panjshir valley completed their takeover of the country, as they’re set to unveil a new government soon.