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1. On Friday, South Korea reported 558 new COVID-19 cases, with daily new cases above 500 for the third consecutive day.

2. In South Korea, the two-day early voting kicked off today ahead of next week’s by-elections for mayors in Seoul and Busan with a turnout rate of 9.14 percent as of 6 pm, according to the National Election Commission.

3. A day ahead of security talks between Seoul, Washington and Tokyo set to take place in the U.S., a senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday that trilateral cooperation on 평양 is important, and Washington is open to feedback and suggestions.

4. South Korean Foreign Minister 정의용 arrived in China this afternoon for talks with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, to be held on Saturday.

5. Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawyer said on Thursday, local time that Myanmar’s ousted leader has been charged with violating a colonial-era official secrets law, the most serious charge filed against her so far, which carries a term of up to 14 years.

6. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday that the White House national security and economic officials plan to meet with semiconductor and auto company representatives on April 12 to discuss the global shortage of microprocessors. Samsung Electronics is among the manufacturers invited to the meeting.

7. Expecting a summertime resurgence in global oil demand, OPEC and an alliance of other top oil producers agreed on Thursday to gradually increase their output over the next three months, while Saudi Arabia gradually lifts its voluntary cuts.

8. According to their transport ministry, a passenger train carrying an estimated 350 people derailed in a tunnel in eastern Taiwan on Friday, leaving at least 36 people dead and 72 injured.

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