Thousands of ethnic Koreans living in Japan pledge loyalty to Pyongyang. Many of them have never actually been in North Korea but, against all odds, still consider its leaders as their own and the communist country as homeland.Read More . . .
A Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile test ended in failure when the projectile was ordered to self-destruct due to an “anomaly” that developed during the flight, the US Air Force has confirmed.Read More . . .
A Pakistani helicopter narrowly avoided an accident to airlift Alexander Gukov from an altitude of 6300m on Latok-1, six days after he was trapped, when his climbing partner fell to his death in a doomed never-done-before ascent.Read More . . .
An Aeromexico plane has crashed about five minutes after taking off from the Guadalupe Victoria International Airport near Durango city, Mexico, according to reports in local media. The airline is working to find out the details.Read More . . .
At least eight people, including children and adults, were injured in a “major incident” at a Bradford playground for kids aged 0-12. Reports say a man broke into the facility and wreaked havoc there.Read More . . .
The head of Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) has said that Iranian officials would never meet with Donald Trump, “or any other US president.”Read More . . .
Facebook has identified and shut down more than two dozen accounts that it claimed were created to exacerbate political tensions in the United States, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.Read More . . .
The US Army is going to war again. This time, soldiers will be slugging it out in the Street Fighter V video game, and the battle will be live-streamed to a global audience.Read More . . .
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced the creation of a “religious liberty task force,” charged with defending the rights of the faithful to say no to creeping atheism.Read More . . .
Activists are protesting the decision not to charge two Minneapolis, Minnesota police officers who shot and killed Thurman Blevins. Authorities said the African-American man was armed and dangerous, but protesters disagree.Read More . . .