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Guatemala president expels United Nations anti-corruption chief

Guatemala president expels United Nations anti-corruption chief

Morales had announced the expulsion of the head of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala on Sunday morning. Jimmy Morales made the announcements less than two days after Velásquez and Attorney General Thelma Aldana asked the country's constitutional court to strip the president of his political immunity, in order to proceed against him.


US, South Korea start military drills amid 'second war' threats from Pyongyang

US, South Korea start military drills amid 'second war' threats from Pyongyang

The North bombarded Yeonpyeong island in November 2010 in response to a South Korean live-fire drill near the tense sea border, killing four South Koreans - two soldiers and two civilians - and prompting Seoul to return fire. Kim reportedly told his troops that they "should think of mercilessly wiping out the enemy with arms only and occupying Seoul at one go and the southern half of Korea".


United States diplomats in Cuba suffered brain injuries in 'sonic attack'

United States diplomats in Cuba suffered brain injuries in 'sonic attack'

In late 2016, United States of America diplomats in Cuba began experiencing odd symptoms including nausea and hearing loss that led to several cutting their tours short and returning to the U.S. The sonic devices were planted in or around the diplomats' homes and emitted inaudible sounds that apparently caused the hearing loss. Earlier this month the State Department announced that it had expelled two Cuban diplomats earlier this year.


Fargo Police: Body of Savanna Greywind Found

Fargo Police: Body of Savanna Greywind Found

Five days after, a live infant believed to be hers was found at a neighbors' apartment. The child was in good health and placed under the protective custody of Cass County Social Services, police said. More than 100 people joined in the search for Greywind over the weekend, with police asking residents to examine garages, dumpsters and fenced-in areas for any trace of the missing woman.


Korea fires missiles into sea in latest test

Korea fires missiles into sea in latest test

The Trump Administration officials have said a few times they do not rule out any options of a response to the test, including the military one. While the projectile that supposedly blew up immediately after launch was clearly a failure, Kim, the analyst, said the North with the other missiles could have been experimenting with developmental technologies or deliberately detonated the warheads at certain heights and locations.


N Korea fires 'projectiles' into waters: S. Korea

N Korea fires 'projectiles' into waters: S. Korea

Pacific territory of Guam. "The second missile launch at 12:07 p.m. appears to have blown up nearly immediately", Pacific Command said, using times at its Hawaii-based headquarters. South Korea is unaware of any concrete push for talks, and it's too early to discuss what North Korea would demand in a negotiation, the official said.