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North Korea's detention of U.S. citizen 'concerning': White House

North Korea's detention of U.S. citizen 'concerning': White House

He believes numerous citizens would refuse to fight for him if a military conflict breaks out. "Make a change so the North Korea people can be free", Song, who now lives in South Korea and creates artwork that mocks Kim, told the Mail. "A relevant institution is now conducting detailed investigation into his crimes", said the report without citing any source. In the statement carried by Pyongyang's official news agency, KCNA, the unnamed spokesman said South Korea had hired a North Korean ...


Senate committee subpoenas Flynn

Senate committee subpoenas Flynn

Other Republicans on the committee challenged Yates on the appropriateness of her refusal as the acting attorney general to defend Trump's travel ban. In March, Flynn's lobbying firm registered as a foreign agent declaring they were paid at least $530,000 for lobbying work that may have benefited the Turkish government.



Portugal wins Eurovision for 1st time with Sobral's tender ballad

A majority of Britons say they would opt to leave Eurovision if a referendum were held, according to an opinion poll published by YouGov. Poroshenko said he was planning "to be at the contest final with (my wife) Marina and invited our fighters and people with disabilities to support Ukraine ".



Hamas leader urges Trump to seize 'historic opportunity'

WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump predicted an Israeli-Palestinian agreement might be "not as hard as people have thought" in a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday, but failed to mention what has been a key component to a deal ― a separate Palestinian state.



Next hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case in ICJ on May 15

The Vienna Convention spelt out the provision for consular access without exception and Pakistan had repeatedly violated Jadhav's rights, India said. On May 8, India initiated proceedings at the Hague against its regional rival, accusing Islamabad of "egregious violations of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations" in the sentencing of Jadhav, according to a statement released by the ICJ.



Taiwan among world's top targets in massive ransomware attack

French carmaker Renault also announced it was attacked. But it appears to be "low-level" stuff, Eisen said Saturday, given the amount of ransom demanded - $300 at first, rising to $600 before it destroys files hours later. In the United States, FedEx acknowledged it had been hit by malware and was "implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible". Spain's Telefonica, a global broadband and telecommunications company, was among the companies hit.