Donald Trump meets Kim Jong Un in DMZ, steps onto North Korean soil
In a made-for-television event of more symbolism than substance, President Donald Trump met Sunday with Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea and became the first U.S. president to step onto North Korean territory.
Trump administration could drop demand for North Korea's total denuclearization and settle for a 'freeze' instead, New York Times reports
The Trump administration is considering a deal with North Korea that merely asks it to freeze its nuclear program rather than dismantle it, The New York Times reported Sunday.
Let them drink water? Indian celeb backtracks after criticism over pool photo during water crisis
Indian director and politician’s daughter Soundarya Rajinikanth has apologized to angry fans after posting a picture of herself and her son in a swimming pool, while 10 million people in the city of Chennai go without water.
Sudan death toll rises to 11 after violent clashes as protesters vow 'not to back down'
The death toll from clashes between Sudanese protesters and the security forces has risen to 11, activists have said, after the largest mass demonstrations since a sit-in in the capital was brutally cleared last month.
Tory leadership: Boris Johnson backtracks over Scottish funding
Mr Johnson has long criticised the formula.At one point he claimed it amounted to a multi-billion pound "present" from English taxpayers to Scotland.One Hunt supporter, John Lamont MP, welcomed what he said appeared to be a "U-turn" by Mr Johnson.
Key Witness in 'Operation Car Wash' Case Was Forced to Testify Against Lula: Leaks
In his first two testimonies, the witness had not implicated Lula. However, in the third, he was forced to change the discourse in return of reduced prison time.
Brexit Party says it will scrap interest on tuition fees
The Brexit Party has pledged to scrap all interest paid on student tuition fees as it steps up its preparations for a snap general election.
Lawmaker Suggests Replacing ‘Gulag Archipelago’ With Bible Study in Russian Schools
A senior Russian lawmaker has backed an Orthodox Church proposal to teach the Bible in schools, suggesting it be included in curriculums instead of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s seminal “Gulag Archipelago.”
Six killed, 105 wounded in Taliban attack in Kabul
Taliban Islamist fighters killed six people and wounded 105 others by blowing up a truck bomb at morning rush hour near an Afghan Defence Ministry compound in Kabul on Monday.
Pakistani man kills five female relatives and four children 'because he thought wife was having an affair'
A man shot his wife, four of her female relatives and four children in an alleged honour killing in central Pakistan, police said.
Devastating Floods Continue in Southern Siberia
At least five people have been killed and two are missing following severe floods in Russia's Irkutsk region in southern Siberia on Saturday, June 29.
'Precipitous' fall in Antarctic sea ice since 2014 revealed
The vast expanse of sea ice around Antarctica has suffered a “precipitous” fall since 2014, satellite data shows, and fell at a faster rate than seen in the Arctic.