North Korean Olympics delegation includes diplomats specialising in nuclear issues – Reports
The diplomats also specialise in U.S. relations.
Turkey summons Dutch envoy, ‘firecely’ condenms Armenia genocide vote
The Dutch government said it would continue to discuss “the question of the Armenian genocide.”
UNICEF chief resigns amid claims of inappropriate behaviour
The senior official acted inappropriately towards female staff during his time working at children’s charity Save the Children before he joined UNICEF
Fewer EU citizens head to Britain as impact of Brexit begins to bite
Britain quit EU in 2016
Israeli intelligence helped stop 2017 Australia terror plot to blow up plane
Both countries have confirmed the claim.
Trump mourns evangelist Billy Graham, says ‘There was nobody like him’
Mr. Graham died at his home in Montreal, North Carolina on Wednesday morning
Indian reportedly chews off snake’s head after snakebite
Doctors described the situation as weird.
Over 15 polling stations to open in Israel for Russian presidential poll
In 2016, there were 13 polling stations across Israel.
Trump backs effort to improve gun background checks
The bill will ensure that states and federal agencies comply with existing law on reporting criminal history records to the national background check system
Search continues for missing Iranian plane; no wreckage found yet
Iran has asked European countries and China to help the search operation with their satellite imagery.
Oxfam says Haiti director admitted using prostitutes
The charity has released a 2011 report into the Haiti incident.
Pope Francis reactivates Vatican panel against child sex abuse
The panel is tasked with looking into prevention and care for the victims of child sex abuse in the Catholic Church
Aussie farmer who killed 100-year-old crocodile fined $8,000
Crocodiles are protected animals in Australia.
Australia’s deputy PM hits back at boss, calling affair criticism “inept”
Prime Minister Turnbull has banned sex between ministers and their staff.
Trump describes Florida school gunman as ‘mentally disturbed’
Nicholas Cruz embarked on shooting spree at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida where he had been expelled, killing 17 people.
One dies as massive fire breaks out in industrial building in India
The incident came after 14 people were killed in a fire at a trendy rooftop pub in Mumbai’s Kamala Mills complex in December 2017
Scientists in Sweden find new tool to fight cancer
The hope is that the new principle can be extended to treat cancer in humans.