North Korea warned Sunday that the United States will be ‘pouring gasoline on fire’ by conducting an annual war game in the South next week amid heightened tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.
Malaysia has apologised to Indonesia over the upside down printing of the Indonesian flag in a souvenir guidebook handed out at the opening of the Southeast Asian Games.
Emergency crews searched mangled carriages Sunday for any further victims after a train crash in northern India killed 23 passengers, the fourth major accident this year on the crumbling network.
Nobody won a Powerball jackpot of $535 million in a draw on Saturday night, meaning the grand prize will grow to about $650 million, the second-highest level in the history of the Powerball.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel to “know your limits” after he vehemently criticised the Turkish leader for interfering in Germany’s upcoming elections.
Finnish police said yesterday that a Moroccan asylum-seeker deliberately targeted women in a stabbing spree that left two dead and is being investigated as the country’s first terror attack.
Police were searching yesterday for the driver of a van that killed 13 people when it ploughed into a crowd in Barcelona and were trying to determine whether two other suspected religious militants linked to the attack had died or were at large.
The Duterte administration is “on track” to complete the infrastructure projects under the ‘Build, Build, Build’ programme, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said, but warned that Filipinos will have to bear with added inconveniences “before things get better.”