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New clues in case of missing Australian backpacker Rye Hunt

New clues in case of missing Australian...

A NEW series of clues has been unearthed in the hunt for the Australian backpacker who disappeared...

North Korea: Inside the lives of Pyongyang’s rich kids

North Korea: Inside the lives of...

THEY love fashion and like most teenagers are happy to spend money to look good.

Amjad Sabri: Pakistanis mourn singer killed by Taliban

Amjad Sabri: Pakistanis mourn singer...

Pakistan is mourning one of its most famous singers, Amjad Sabri, who was shot dead in Karachi by...

Man hurls explosive device at Shanghai airport, then attempts suicide

Man hurls explosive device at Shanghai...

Four passengers were wounded after a man hurled an explosive device at a check-in counter at...

Obama to make historic visit to Hiroshima

Obama to make historic visit to...

President Obama will visit Hiroshima when he travels to Japan this month for a summit of key...

Suicide blast claimed by Taliban faction in Pakistan claims at least 64 lives

Suicide blast claimed by Taliban faction...

The group has been behind several acts of terrorism in Pakistan in recent years. The latest claim...

Thailand's heir apparent Maha Vajiralongkorn raises fears – and eyebrows

Thailand's heir apparent Maha...

Crown prince is best known for making his poodle Foo Foo an air chief marshal, but his darker side...

Bangladesh forces storm Dhaka hostage cafe

Bangladesh forces storm Dhaka hostage...

Hundreds of troops are storming a cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, where gunmen took at least...

Where has Kim Jong-un’s wife gone? Leader’s spouse vanishes from the public eye

Where has Kim Jong-un’s wife gone?...

FEARS are growing for the safety of North Korea’s first lady who has vanished from public view for...

A bomblet from the US BLU-114/B "Soft-Bomb" graphite cassette munition. © Marko M / Wikipedia

Seoul touts graphite bomb capable of knocking out N. Korean power grid

  •   09/10/2017 04:21:00 AM
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South Korea says it has developed technologies to produce graphite bombs capable of paralyzing North Korea’s power supply in case of war, Yonhap news agency reports, citing military officials.


This Is the One Picture All of North Korea Fears Most

  •   08/10/2017 09:58:00 PM
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Air power destroyed the DPRK in the 1950s.

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Trump-Kim tensions should remind world that nuclear weapons can destroy humanity

  •   08/10/2017 06:01:00 AM
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This brings us back to Trump and Kim, two eternal adolescents who are both prone to irrational brutal outbursts that damage their own personas.

A rocket is fired during a drill by anti-aircraft units of the Korean People's Army © KCNA / Reuters

N. Korea says Trump comments a ‘declaration of war’

  •   25/09/2017 06:58:00 PM
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North Korea’s foreign minister says President Trump’s latest statement was ‘‘a declaration of war’’ against his country.

Shinzo Abe attends a news conference to announce snap election at his official residence in Tokyo, Sept. 25, 2017. Toru Hanai—Reuters

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Says He Will Call Snap Elections Next Month

  •   25/09/2017 02:45:00 PM
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Opposition lawmakers have said there is no need to hold an election now.

A man watches a television screen showing U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Seoul, South Korea. A spokesman for South Korea has said that North Korea should stop provocations that would “lead to its own isolation and demis

North Korea may consider H-bomb test in Pacific, Kim calls Trump 'deranged'

  •   22/09/2017 02:10:00 PM
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Japan, the only country ever to suffer an atomic attack, described the threat as "totally unacceptable".

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (C) with a group of North Korean children. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

North Korea tells the UN: ‘Sanctions will kill our kids’

  •   21/09/2017 08:37:00 PM
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DONALD Trump has signed a new order to ramp up sanctions against North Korea and claims China’s central bank will cut trade with the country.

AFP/GETTY / Kim Jong-un and top military officials celebrated Friday's missile launch

North Korea says sanctions will accelerate nuclear programme

  •   18/09/2017 07:05:00 PM
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North Korea has warned that more sanctions and pressure will only make it accelerate its nuclear programme.

Bangladeshi security forces are already guarding Rohingya camps near the border

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh to restrict movement of migrants

  •   17/09/2017 12:28:00 AM
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Bangladesh is limiting the movement of more than 400,000 Rohingya migrants who have fled from neighbouring Myanmar.

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

The scary reason why nobody has attempted to shoot-down one of North Korea’s missiles

  •   15/09/2017 01:37:00 PM
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THERE’s a simple but disturbing reason why Japan hasn’t tried to destroy any of the six missiles fired over its territory.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is furious about recent sanctions. Picture: KyodoSource:News Corp Australia

North Korea threatens US with the ‘greatest pain it has ever experienced in its history’ after tough UN sanctions

  •   12/09/2017 07:41:00 PM
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NORTH Korea has vowed to inflict pain on the US unlike any it has experienced in its history after tough new sanctions were imposed against the regime.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said further sanctions against North Korea won’t work. Picture: Michael Klimentyev. Sputnik/AFPSource:AFP

North Korea missiles: How crisis plays into Putin’s hands

  •   10/09/2017 03:19:00 PM
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VLADIMIR PUTIN has been arguing against slapping further sanctions on North Korea, leading to questions about his motives.

Kim Jong Un AFP/Getty Images

North Korea warns of more ‘gift packages’ after nuclear bomb test

  •   05/09/2017 05:53:00 PM
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The recent self-defense measures by my country ​

MOAS has rescued 7,826 people in the Mediterranean since April

Mediterranean rescue ship moves to Myanmar to save Rohingya

  •   04/09/2017 09:21:00 PM
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An organisation which says it has saved more than 40,000 people from the Mediterranean is to move its operations to Asia to help the Rohingya people.

World leaders have condemned North Korea’s latest nuke test. Picture: AP

‘We’ll see’: Donald Trump signals possible attack on North Korea over latest nuclear test

  •   03/09/2017 10:05:00 PM
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PRESIDENT Donald Trump is not ruling out a retaliatory strike against North Korea following its most powerful nuclear test to date, which he called “very hostile and dangerous to the United States.”

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‘Talking is not the answer’ for North Korea, Trump tweets

  •   30/08/2017 04:28:00 PM
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Washington has been paying Pyongyang “extortion money” for over two decades, US President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Wednesday.

The latest missile test follows a similar launch on Saturday

North Korea missiles: Projectile flies over Japan

  •   29/08/2017 01:22:00 AM
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North Korea has fired a missile that flew over northern Japan before crashing into the sea.

Conflict between North and South Korea could spread across the region and the world.

A second war between North and South Korea could quickly spread around the world

  •   24/08/2017 04:26:00 AM
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WITH tensions remaining high in the Korean peninsula, experts are alert to the risk of the conflict escalating out of hand and spreading across the world.

The Chinese flag flies beside a globe of the world outside the Foreign Ministry headquarters in Beijing © Mark Ralston / AFP

China urges US to withdraw sanctions against its companies over N. Korea

  •   24/08/2017 02:24:00 AM
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Beijing has urged the US to drop the new batch of sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals, saying that the restrictions do not contribute to defusing the Korean standoff.

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