The company rearranged the letters in its name in an advertisement, and if a vowel was missing, the meaning was clear.
The action was a clear signal, near the end of an Olympic Games marked by a rapprochement on the Korean Peninsula, that his pressure campaign would not let up.
Andrey Zvyagintsev, whose “Loveless” is an Oscar nominee for best foreign film, is the rare director in Russia who tackles social and political issues.
Satellite tracking shows fishing's footprint on Earth is now over four times that of agriculture.
Mr Trump says an armed officer 'didn't have the courage' to intervene in last week's deadly shooting.
Donald Trump says the US will impose the "largest ever" set of new sanctions against North Korea.
Two people are shot dead outside a branch of the UBS bank in the Swiss city of Zurich, police say.
An error-filled job application written by Steve Jobs before he co-founded Apple could fetch more than $50,000 (£35,700) at an auction next month.
The US President said Deputy Scot Peterson who failed to intervene in a mass shooting did "a poor job".
Karl Donnelson from Colorado is armed and says he's ready to fire if an incident occurs in his school.
The Irish Prime Minister has called on the UK Government to provide "real detail" in its Brexit position as he arrived at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels.
General Kim Yong-chol was accused of masterminding deadly attacks on the South.
She recorded hits like Da Doo Ron Ron and He Hit Me with Phil Spector in the 1960s.
Germany and France warn of impact on efforts to tackle terrorism as nations clash over funding.
Wildlife officials in Kenya are relocating the beasts to get them away from a farming region.
Images of people taking selfies while watching the tied up man being lynched have horrified Indians.
Citing harrowing witness testimony, a United Nations commission report detailed the systematic use of rape, eye-gouging and castration.
With hopes of easing regional tensions, leaders of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India gathered to kick off a natural gas pipeline.
Four million women have been raped once in their lives, a major survey of abuse in France suggests.
The Orléans public prosecutor is investigating racist tweets about a teenager set to play the heroine.
Afghanistan women's coach Kelly Lindsey tells the BBC about the "unique" nature of a job which means all matches and training camps are held overseas.
From Johnny Depp's dogs to dual citizenship, the Australian politician has seen his fair share of battles.
Before March 4 elections, the movement presented a dream candidate, trying to put forward a more professional image. Even she admits she was too good to be true.
Witnesses say deadly airstrikes on eastern Ghouta in Syria were at their "most intense" on Friday morning, hours before the UN was set to vote on a proposal calling for a temporary ceasefire.
A speech in New Delhi was going to focus on “reshaping Indo-Pacific ties.” Now, after criticism about mixing business and policy, it will be a “chat.”
UN investigators say they have evidence that 40 senior officials could be responsible for war crimes.
A maker of chip-testing equipment, Xcerra, said it was walking away from a proposed sale to a Chinese group because of regulatory concerns.
The first daughter is leading a US delegation to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.
The president’s daughter will meet with South Korea’s leader and attend the Olympic closing ceremony, where a North Korean delegation will also be present.
Manlio Fabio Beltrones has been implicated in a far-reaching graft investigation, according to documents and testimony reviewed by The New York Times.
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