Key foreign issues facing South Korea's new leader Moon Jae

How the former human rights lawyer will deal with one of these issues will impact not only Seoul's posture on the other two but also the wider region's geopolitical landscape. First on his list will be the chaebols , South Korea's dynastic conglomerates which have lost public favour thanks to their own corruption scandals.

Governments to blame for cyberattack

The cyber attack has hit 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries, according to Rob Wainwright, executive director of Europol, Europe's police agency. He added: "The trust's security measures that we have got in place are stable and still holding firm". He said: "The risk and impact of cyber weapons can do the same or more harm than physical weapons".

After SKorean leader eyes North trip, Trump offers USA invite

South Korea and the United States began deploying the THAAD system in March and it has since become operational. The two leaders also agreed to strengthen their alliance, the White House said. After the obligatory congratulations, Japan is cautiously watching to see how relations with South Korea evolve under Moon, known for his tough stance on wartime history and territorial issues.

'Life of Kylie' trailer gives a sneak peek into Kylie Jenner's world

'Life of Kylie' trailer gives a sneak peek into Kylie Jenner's world

But they don't", Jenner says in the sneak peek. "I feel like a lot of people have misconceptions of who I am". If you're a fan of the Kardashians , then you're probably already familiar with Stephanie Shepherd, who has been working with Kim Kardashian since 2013, when she was hired as her personal assistant.

WFP chief cites 'Trump, Trump' focus as millions face starvation

WFP chief cites 'Trump, Trump' focus as millions face starvation

A United Nations statement Monday said South Sudan has "become the world's fastest growing refugee crisis with more than 1.8 million refugees - including one million children", who fled to Uganda, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.

Government seeks answers on cyber-attack

A security guard stands outside the Telefonica headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Friday, May 12, 2017. U.S. package delivery giant FedEx, European auto factories, Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, Britain's health service and Germany's Deutsche Bahn rail network were among those hit.