[International] : The U.S. Defense Department says it wants to wrap up talks with South Korea on the deployment …[more…] …read more
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West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has declared states of emergency in 44 counties after the worst flooding in the mid-Atlantic state in 100 years killed 20 people.
“The damage is widespread and devastating,” Tomblin said Friday. “Our focus remains on search and rescue.”
As much as 25 centimete… …read more
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Wednesday claimed his country’s missiles can strike the U.S. in the Pacific.
“We have the sure capability to attack in an overall and practical way the Americans in the Pacific operation theatre,” the official KCNA news agency quoted him as saying.
Kim’s boast came… …read more
[Politics] : The South Korean government has begun diplomatic procedures to protest against North Korea’s latest missile launches via international organizations overseeing aviation or maritime safety.[more…] …read more
[International] : A U.S.-based non-governmental organization has reported that North Korea is exporting its sailors and fishermen overseas through Uruguay’s capital and port city of Montevideo.[more…] …read more
Britain prepares for a momentous vote Thursday that will decide whether it leaves the European Union. The debate has centered on immigration and economic security and has often been bitter. Both sides have lowered the tone of their arguments after a three-day suspension of campaigning that followed … …read more
North Korea tested two Musudan medium-range ballistic missiles in early hours of Wednesday.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff here said that the North fired one missile at around 6:00 a.m. and the other one two hours later in Wonsan, Kangwon Province. The first launch appears to have failed while it is not… …read more
[Politics] : Three opposition parties have decided to seek a hearing on allegations that top officials in the …[more…] …read more