Kanchha Sherpa: The last of the first on Everest
Nigeria's Tinubu to take office at a time of crisis
Japan aims to destroy any North Korean missile that violates its territory and is making preparations to do so, its defence ministry said on Monday after North Korea told Japan of a plan to launch a satellite between May 31 and June 11.
Tens of thousands of Christians were persecuted by North Korea over the years, including a 2-year-old toddler and their family for simply possessing a Bible.
Asian markets rally as traders welcome US debt deal
Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin implied that war accomplishments do not include constructing new buildings in occupied territories.
Analysts believe Taiwan would benefit from joining the U.S. nuclear umbrella despite the grim possibility of a nuclear war with China.
No glory for bullies: South Korea's school violence epidemic
There are speculations that algae or perhaps a protest stunt could be behind the discoloration.
Russian business groups said six-day workweeks would help the economy navigate Western sanctions amid the war in Ukraine.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko made the promise during the Eurasian Economic Council meeting in Moscow.
South Korea is using a $13.7 billion arms deal with Poland - Seoul's biggest ever - to lay the groundwork for a military-industrial juggernaut that the two nations' defence companies hope will feed Europe's hunger for weapons far into the future.
Spain's ruling Socialists suffered heavy losses to opposition conservatives in Sunday's local election, with around 95% of the votes counted, showing their electoral vulnerability ahead of an end-of-year general election.
Erdogan's priorities for last term as Turkey president
Modi inaugurates grand new Indian parliament
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Gunfire adds to violations near end of breached Sudan truce