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Blue pills in Blue House: S. Korea leader explains Viagra

Most of the members of Park's party have yet to indicate their positions. The dictators who came before them had stolen too. Ms Choi allegedly used some of the money for personal gain. Park has thus far avoided mass defections inside the party, but that could change if the crisis deepens and the ruling party feels it has run out of options.


Tokyo sees first November snow in 54 years

Tokyo sees first November snow in 54 years

A man walks during the first November snowfall in 54 years in Tokyo , Japan, at the Imperial Palace. The snow in and around Kanto was caused by a cold air mass, similar to ones seen in mid-winter, hovering over the region as low atmospheric pressure accompanying a front line moved east on the morning of November 24, the agency said .


Iraqi troops capture 3 more neighborhoods in eastern Mosul

Iraqi troops capture 3 more neighborhoods in eastern Mosul

US -trained Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service forces are pushing deeper into east Mosul, the last major city controlled by the Sunni hard-line group in Iraq , while army and police units, Shi'ite militias and Kurdish fighters surround it to the west, south and north.


10-month-old beaten up in Mumbai creche

10-month-old beaten up in Mumbai creche

Footage from the nursery's own CCTV camera caught the carer, Afsana Shaikh, red handed as she delivered the beating during naptime at the day care in Kharghar, in Maharashtra State, Western India. Nikam was later released on surety bail while Sheikh has been remanded in police custody. The CCTV footage, which some viewers may find upsetting , then uncovered the truth of what happened.



Otto Becomes Hurricane, Set to Hit Central America on Thursday

Otto is moving westward at approximately 2 miles per hour, according to an advisory issued by the hurricane center at 3 p.m. Otto is now stationary, but the storm is expected to eventually move west toward Central America and could become a hurricane prior to landfall.



Syria army announces a new anti-terrorism force

Syria's army has relied heavily in the fight against rebels on local pro-government militias as well as Lebanon's Shiite militant group Hezbollah and forces from Iran and Russian Federation. It is a year since the Fourth Corps, also an anti-terrorism force, was formed, not long after Russian Federation began to offer military support. The government aerial campaign began as Russian Federation announced an offensive against militants in the armed groups' stronghold in Idlib province and the ...