A vice chairman of the ruling Worker’s Party visited South Korean reporters at their hotel to apologize for their having been denied entry to a K-pop performance in Pyongyang.
China has raised tariffs on a $3bn (£2.1bn) list of 128 US products including pork, wine and apples.
The husband of a jailed British mother has criticised the Foreign Secretary's unsuccessful bids to have her released as he marks the second anniversary of her arrest.
The agency probing a fatal crash says it is "unhappy" the firm made public details of the collision.
Centre-left Carlos Alvarado says he wants to unite the country after a divisive election campaign.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the poisoning of Sergei Skripal could have been in Britain's interests.
Schools across Oklahoma are shutting down due to a major teacher strike. Three teachers explain why.
More than a dozen people died after the Islamist militants launched an attack in Borno State.
France faces weeks of turmoil as rail staff prepare for a strike over free-market reforms.
On a trip from Iraqi Kurdistan to Sinjar, Alissa J. Rubin encountered an unsettling number of checkpoints that made travel nearly impossible.
In America, college student loan defaults are a really big problem. In Australia? No worries.
Rising rates of childhood obesity are a global problem - but in Amsterdam they are falling.
The number of Palestinian protesters killed during clashes along the Gaza border with Israel has risen to 18, after a man shot in the stomach succumbed to his wounds on Monday.
The North Korean leader's heart "swelled" while watching South Korean artists, state media say.
The baby's body was later found at the bottom of a well in the eastern state of Orissa.
A car which careered off a cliff in California killing a family of eight may have been driven off the highway intentionally, according to police.
There was a point, earlier this year, when it looked like Cape Town was going to run out of water.
US TV producer and writer Steven Bochco redefined TV drama with police series like Hill Street Blues.
The decisive victory by Carlos Alvarado Quesada, a former labor minister, turns back the upstart Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz, an evangelical Christian singer.
Carlos Alvarado, a former labour minister, took an unassailable lead with over 90% of votes counted.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce announced tariffs of up to 25 percent on 128 American-made products, retaliating against steel and aluminum tariffs.
Militants and troops clash in Indian-administered Kashmir, leaving at least 20 people dead and 70 injured.
China's defunct Tiangong-1 space lab mostly burnt up on re-entering the Earth's atmosphere.
China's Tiangong-1 space module has re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and broken up over the South Pacific.
Bucking a global trend, Uzbekistan’s new leader is reining in the secret police, releasing political prisoners and allowing some freedom of expression.
With disenchantment growing over corruption scandals, some young Brazilians are embracing the right.
Reality Check looks into claims about the health of the Russian tourism industry.
A new photo exhibition looks at the relationship between Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
An operation to smear a nerve agent on Sergei Skripal’s door handle was so risky, it is unlikely to have been tried without Kremlin approval, British officials investigating the case believe.
The US has accused Russia of trying to destabilise Afghanistan by supporting Taliban militants.
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