A group of experts from think tanks of ROK and China exchanged their views on the Korean nuclear issue during a roundtable in Beijing on Nov.1.
Poverty levels in war-torn South Sudan have reached a new high with 66 percent of the population living in poverty, a World Bank survey launched on Tuesday reveals.
Somalia’s Al-Shabaab militants have beheaded five civilians, whom they accused of “spying” for the Somali government and Ethiopian troops, in Tiyeglow town of the southwestern Bakool region, an MP said Tuesday.
Nigerian troops have rescued 38 women and children held hostage by terror group Boko Haram in the northeastern state of Borno, the Army headquarters said on Tuesday.
At least eight civilians were killed and 22 others wounded Tuesday in deadly skirmishes between troops of India and Pakistan on Line of Control (LoC) and International Border (IB) in Kashmir, officials said.
Japan has decided to grant a three-month extension to an order for its military forces to shoot down any projectile heading toward the country’s territory, in anticipation of potential missile launched by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), local media quoted government source as saying on Tuesday.
Despite his deliberate distance from the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Tuesday he had already voted for the man with whom he clashed constantly in the chaotic election year.
Turkish Armed Forces started to dispatch tanks and other armored vehicles to the country’s southeastern Sirnak Province near the Iraqi border on Tuesday, state Anadolu Agency reported.
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Iraqi troops face stiff resistance from so-called Islamic State as they enter Mosul for the first time.