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05/21/18 4:49 PM PST
Pyongyang has demanded a return of North Korean defectors who used to work as waitresses at a North Korean state-run restaurant in China in 2016.
05/21/18 2:24 PM PST
In an election steeped in controversy, Nicolas Maduro won another term as Venezuela’s president.
05/21/18 1:41 PM PST
Indonesian prosecutors said May 18, they are seeking the death penalty for radical cleric Aman Abdurrahman, who is facing charges in connection with the 2016 suicide bombing in Jakarta.
05/21/18 11:43 AM PST
A Japanese monk has sued his temple for making him fall into depression from overworking.
05/21/18 11:01 AM PST
An Australian man, who is credited with saving the lives of 2.4 million babies by donating blood plasma, made his final donation last week after surpassing the donor age limit.
05/21/18 9:19 AM PST
A family in China's Yunnan province recently turned their pet "dog" of two years over to officials after discovering it was actually an Asian black bear.
05/18/18 5:08 PM PST
Thirty-four Chilean bishops offered their resignation Friday, May 18.
05/18/18 5:03 PM PST
South Korea's Presidential Office pledged to work more actively as a negotiator between the U.S. and North Korea following Pyongyang's threats to cancel the U.S.-North Korea summit in June.
05/18/18 4:45 PM PST
Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein addressed a special UN Human Rights Council, Friday, May 18, berating Israel for its deadly violence on Palestinians during six-weeks of mass protests.
05/18/18 3:45 PM PST
England’s National Health Service said May 18 Sergi Skripal, who was poisoned earlier this year with a nerve agent, has been discharged from the hospital.
05/18/18 3:34 PM PST
A domestic flight in Cuba went down shortly after taking off in Havana May 18. More than 100 people are feared dead.
05/18/18 3:05 PM PST
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Thursday, May 17 the commission will activate a law that bans European companies and courts from complying with sanctions levied by foreign countries.