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China 'may back' new United Nations sanctions over North Korean missile test

China 'may back' new United Nations sanctions over North Korean missile test

The missile was launched at the highest angle so as not to affect the security of neighboring countries and flew 787 kilometers (490 miles) reaching an altitude of 2,111.5 kilometers (1,312 miles), KCNA said. Some outside analysts believe the Hwasong-12 missile, if proven in further tests, could help North Korea achieve its goal of developing missiles with nuclear warheads capable of reaching the US mainland.


North Korea suspect in cyberattack

North Korea suspect in cyberattack

In France, auto manufacturer Renault said one of its plants that employs 3,500 workers stayed shut Monday as technicians dealt with the aftermath of the Friday attacks. Financial markets in Asia were unfazed on Monday by news of the cyberattack, with stocks mostly up across the region. Computer security experts have assured individual computer users who have kept their operating systems updated that they are relatively safe, but urged companies and governments to make sure they apply ...


First look of Jr. NTR's 'Jai Lava Kusa' out on Friday

First look of Jr. NTR's 'Jai Lava Kusa' out on Friday

The latest news is that the film's cameraman, C K Muralidharan has been replaced by Tollywood's ace cinematographer Chota K Naidu. " Jai Lava Kusa " is being directed by Bobby and NTR plays three different roles in the movie. NTR Arts that is producing the film posted a message on twitter announcing this. For the very first time, NTR is proving his talent by doing a triple in the movie.



The WannaCry ransomware might have a link to North Korea

According to some cybersecurity experts, the source for the notorious WannaCry ransomware could be North Korea as they have spotted code similarities between the virus and other malicious software tools attributed to hackers from the reclusive nation.


Zuma endorses former wife as ANC leader

Zuma endorses former wife as ANC leader

He was addressing hundreds of church leaders, their followers and ANC supporters in Durban yesterday during a prayer service dedicated to asking for protection from his adversaries. "We were promised we would become a socialist country but when will this be discussed? When are we going to start fighting for it?" he said. "We don't hear them discussing the future of the workers, but they are busy discussing the ANC".



New South Korean leader to go to White House summit in June

The agreement came during a meeting in Seoul between the U.S. National Security Council Director for East Asia, Matt Pottinger and Moon's foreign policy adviser, Chung Eui-yong amid rising tensions over North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Doing so would mean going against the wishes of their key ally country China since the Chinese military doesn't approve of the THAAD's presence in South Korea.