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North Korea's Nuclear test: India reacts strongly

The neighbouring South Korea's Defence Ministry official quoted by Yonhap said that the military was analysing details on what type of nuclear material was used. "Authoritarian regimes tend to use such temporal symbolism and combine it with emotive nationalism", said Bhaskar, who is Director, Society for Policy Studies.



Tourists get a cold night in the Alps

The president of the company which runs the cable cars explained that the incident was caused when a tow cable crossed over the main support cable in three places. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said four helicopters rescued 65 people before the efforts were suspended for the night because of rough flight conditions.


Obama veers to China at summit

Obama veers to China at summit

At the recently-concluded Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit held in Laos, Obama made it clear that the United States would continue to stand with the people of the South China Sea region and ensure that their rights to the disputed sea are not violated.



Paris vehicle bomb was bound for rail station, say French officials

Phone-tapping by the French authorities had also revealed that the three women were planning to attack the Gare du Lyon, along with Boussy-Saint-Antoine station. On Sunday, a Peugeot 607 contained seven gas cylinders, including an empty one on the front passenger seat, in addition to three cans of diesel fuel.



Johnson asks 'What is Aleppo'; says he 'blanked' when asked

Johnson , a former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico, has been campaigning for a spot on the stage at the first presidential debate on September 26. Attorney for MA - said he would create a 1,000 member Federal Bureau of Investigation task force dedicated to tracking lone wolf killers. At first, Barnicle thought Johnson was joking - replying with " you're kidding " - when Johnson didn't recognize the city.


Nuclear test by North Korea matter of grave concern

Nuclear test by North Korea matter of grave concern

Pyongyang has conducted a series of ballistic missile launches since top North Korean leader Kim Jong-un gave an order on March 15 to test a nuclear warhead and ballistic rockets capable of carrying the warhead "in a short time". A South Korean Defense Ministry official, who refused to be named because of office rules, said that Seoul detected an estimated explosive yield of 10 kilotons.