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85,000 children may have died of hunger in Yemen, international aid group says

An estimated 85,000 children under age 5 may have died of hunger and disease since the outbreak of Yemen's civil war in 2015, an international aid group said Wednesday.

85,000 children may have died of hunger in Yemen, international aid group says

An estimated 85,000 children under age 5 may have died of hunger and disease since the outbreak of Yemen's civil war in 2015, an international aid group said Wednesday.

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Kim Jong Un visits glass factory once suspected of producing military equipment, report says

By Katherine Lam

Kim Jong Un on Sunday visited a glass factory once suspected of producing military equipment, a report said days after North Korea announced it tested a “newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon.”  

Kim Jong Un visits glass factory once suspected of producing military equipment, report says

By Katherine Lam

Kim Jong Un on Sunday visited a glass factory once suspected of producing military equipment, a report said days after North Korea announced it tested a “newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon.”  

Iran will launch β€˜damaging’ cyberattacks against US in retaliation for sanctions, experts warn

By Rich Edson

As the United States completes its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement, security analysts warn of more frequent and dangerous cyberattacks from Iran.

Iran will launch β€˜damaging’ cyberattacks against US in retaliation for sanctions, experts warn

By Rich Edson

As the United States completes its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement, security analysts warn of more frequent and dangerous cyberattacks from Iran.

Imelda Marcos posts bail for graft conviction in Philippines

Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos on Friday posted a $7,400 bail for provisional liberty after she was found guilty of graft and ordered imprisoned.

Imelda Marcos posts bail for graft conviction in Philippines

Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos on Friday posted a $7,400 bail for provisional liberty after she was found guilty of graft and ordered imprisoned.

New allegations that Colombia prosecutor covered up bribes

By JOSHUA GOODMAN

A dramatic recording from beyond the grave has led to allegations that Colombia's chief prosecutor — a key U.S. ally in the war on drugs — tried to cover up bribery payments that were part of Latin America's biggest corruption scandal, prompting calls for his resignation.

New allegations that Colombia prosecutor covered up bribes

By JOSHUA GOODMAN

A dramatic recording from beyond the grave has led to allegations that Colombia's chief prosecutor — a key U.S. ally in the war on drugs — tried to cover up bribery payments that were part of Latin America's biggest corruption scandal, prompting calls for his resignation.

Trump says reports of North Korea’s secret missile bases are β€˜inaccurate, just more fake news’

By Katherine Lam

President Trump on Tuesday pushed back on reports that North Korea has secret, smaller missile bases stashed in its reclusive mountains, calling the claims “inaccurate” and “just more fake news.”

Trump says reports of North Korea’s secret missile bases are β€˜inaccurate, just more fake news’

By Katherine Lam

President Trump on Tuesday pushed back on reports that North Korea has secret, smaller missile bases stashed in its reclusive mountains, calling the claims “inaccurate” and “just more fake news.”

North Korean defector on Kim Jong Un’s β€œlies,” surviving torture, and supporting Trump policy

By Hollie McKay

Concerns are increasing that North Korea is deceptively surging ahead with its ballistic missile program – despite historic diplomacy negotiations with the United States – according to satellite imagery released last week, which purports to show sixteen covert bases. For one of North Korea’s most outspoken activists, there is only one solution to his homeland’s problem.

North Korean defector on Kim Jong Un’s 'lies,' surviving torture, and supporting Trump policy

By Hollie McKay

Concerns are increasing that North Korea is deceptively surging ahead with its ballistic missile program – despite historic diplomacy negotiations with the United States – according to satellite imagery released last week, which purports to show sixteen covert bases. For one of North Korea’s most outspoken activists, there is only one solution to his homeland’s problem.

1 dead, 25 wounded after Gaza militants fire rockets into southern Israel

JERUSALEM — Gaza militants fired dozens of rockets at southern Israel early on Tuesday, killing a man in a strike on a residential building, and warning they would escalate their attacks if Israel continues bombing targets in the Gaza Strip.

Hamas hits building in Israel, threatens more rocket attacks

JERUSALEM — Gaza militants fired dozens of rockets at southern Israel early on Tuesday, killing a man in a strike on a residential building, and warning they would escalate their attacks if Israel continues bombing targets in the Gaza Strip.

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