U.S. and North Korean officials held “productive” talks yesterday to discuss the return of U.S. service members’ remains missing since the Korean War, U.S. Secretary of
The trial of an Australian filmmaker who could get five to 10 years in prison for flying a drone over a campaign rally last year was postponed
The 12 boys and coach of the Wild Boars youth soccer team who were rescued from a cave in northern Thailand last week share a characteristic
A mob slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles at a breeding ground in Indonesia’s West Papua province in retaliation for the death of a local man, officials said yesterday.
A group of army generals rolling tanks and troops into Seoul to seize power. Paratroopers firing at large crowds calling for democracy. Tanks and armored vehicles stationed at
The boys are out of the cave. Now Hollywood wants in. The producers behind Christian films like “God’s Not Dead” are already in
More than 7,000 people were still in evacuation shelters and many more were struggling with basic needs yesterday after severe flooding and landslides last week
Japanese authorities yesterday raided the apartment of a nurse who’s in custody on suspicion of fatally poisoning at least two elderly patients at a terminal care
The 12 boys rescued from deep within a flooded cave in northern Thailand made two-finger victory signs from their hospital beds yesterday in a moving video from
Last month, the daughter of a jailed Cambodian opposition party leader received an email from a well-seeming activist at a reputed Cambodian non-profit. For weeks,
India’s top court yesterday slammed the federal government for a second time within weeks for being slow in taking steps to protect the Taj Mahal, the
India’s government asked the country’s top court to rule on whether to repeal or keep a controversial law that criminalizes homosexual acts. Government attorney Tushar Mehta said the court
Akira Tanimoto says his apartment narrowly survived the floods and mudslide at his residential complex over the weekend, and even if he wants to go back there
President Donald Trump voiced confidence that North Korea’s leader would “honor” his commitment to denuclearize, despite Pyongyang’s accusation that the U.S. is making “gangster-like” demands in negotiations.
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