[Korea Now Today's Headline] 09/10/FRI
1. South Korea reported 1-thousand-892 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, while the daily cases have stayed in the four-digits for the last 66 days.
2. President 문재인 held a virtual summit with his Mongolian counterpart on Friday afternoon. Seoul’s top office said the leaders discussed issues of mutual interest, including COVID-19 and ways to boost cooperation on global affairs.
3. South Korea’s foreign ministry official said on Friday that the government expressed strong regret over Japan's continued whitewashing of the military's coercion of women into wartime sexual enslavement in school textbooks.
4. A White House statement said on Thursday local time that U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping spoke for 90 minutes in their first talks in seven months, discussing the need to avoid letting competition between the world's two largest economies veer into conflict.
5. The International Paralympic Committee said on Thursday local time that North Korea is allowed to participate in next year's Paralympics in Beijing regardless of a suspension by the International Olympic Committee. The committee added that the IPC has different rules to the IOC.