Stories about World Media

Aug 22 2017

U.S. and Japan warn North Korea of consequences if it attacks first

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has wrapped up a trip to South Korea, China and Japan that had been planned months ago, but it could not have happened at a bett...

Aug 22 2017

Iran needs only 5 days to enrich uranium to 20%

Rouhani has intensified efforts to protect the deal, also known by its acronym JCPOA, against Washington's return to an aggressive Iran policy, after U.S. In 2015, Ira...

Aug 22 2017

US President Donald Trump lashes 'publicity seeking' Republican who criticised him

Graham had harsh words for the president, releasing a statement Wednesday accusing him of taking "a step backward" with his comments. Speaking from Trump Tower on Tue...

Aug 22 2017

Rooney hits 200th EPL goal

Wayne Rooney not only proved he has not lost his touch on the pitch on Monday, but that his game on social media is also pretty sharp! After some forensic examination ...

Aug 22 2017

China Just Stated The Only Way Of Resolving Doklam Standoff Issue

However, China gave a stern reply in return by stating that the only way to solve the Doklam standoff issue is the removal of Indian army from the region without any cond...

Aug 22 2017

City Council meeting breaks down as anger boils over

Counter-protesters at the rally had clashed with white nationalists who gathered in Charlottesville to oppose plans to remove Confederate monuments. A city council meet...

Aug 22 2017

Ian Thorpe's hunky boyfriend strips off to support marriage equality in Australia

Rather, he also played the "religious freedoms" card by asserting those voting 'NO' were not necessarily homophobes. Australians who are based overseas or who can not...

Aug 22 2017

Almost 10 percent of Americans think it's OK to be a neo-Nazi

The poll also tracked Trump's overall approval rating, which remains historically low. Overall, Americans disapproved of the president's response at twice the rate ...

Aug 22 2017

United States general pledges to defend Japan from North Korean attack

He said the military exercises are "not now on the table as part of the negotiations in any way". The drills, to run through August 31, are apparently being conducted i...

Aug 22 2017

No war on Korean Peninsula: South Korea's Moon

The question is what happens next in the world's most risky hot spot. "Inter-Korean dialogue should restart", Moon said. During last year's drills, the North successf...

Aug 22 2017

S Korea rejects U.S. call to revise deal

Last month, Washington issued a request to convene a special session of the Joint Committee under the Korea-U.S. (KORUS) Free Trade Agreement to negotiate amendments to t...

Aug 22 2017

Bihar flood toll reaches 253, 1.26 crore affected

So far, the deluge in Araria has claimed 57 lives followed by 31 deaths in Sitamarhi and 29 in West Champaran. Chief minister Nitish Kumar reviewed the flood situatio...

Aug 22 2017

You're not welcome: Boston closes ranks on far-right rally

The organiser of the far-right rally said that the event and its speakers were defending the First Amendment and freedom of expression. Commissioner William Evans says ...

Aug 22 2017

Donald Trump ecstasy pills were seized in Germany

Five thousand pills to be exact. Those pills were also believed to have come from the Netherlands, according to the Daily Star . The suspects said they had travell...

Aug 22 2017

9-year-old boy abducted from Santa Maria following fatal shooting

He should be considered armed and unsafe, authorities said. The relationship between the man and the boy was not immediately clear. Being sought is Daniel Morozov, who ...

Aug 22 2017

What a Koala-ty Rare Birth

Births white koalas are considered extremely rare. Australian zoo is going gaga over this incredible little creature. Conservationist and CEO of the Australian Koala ...

Aug 22 2017

Public finances record July surplus but overall borrowing up

Spending rose 4.6% over the year with upward pressure across all areas while debt interest payments continued to rise sharply with an increase of close to 23% over the ye...

Aug 22 2017

US, South Korea start annual military drill amid North Korea tension

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and their Japanese counterparts agreed at a meeting in Washington on Thursday to work more closely on ...

Aug 22 2017

42 civilians dead in US-led strikes in Syria's Raqa

The Syrian Foreign Ministry has denounced on July 17 that this alliance carried out three air strikes on a church in Raqqa, with no presence of any terrorist inside of it...

Aug 22 2017

West Bengal Floods: 152 Dead, Mamata Banerjee Demands Aid From Centre

Moreover, 152 deaths have been recorded in the period. Hitting out at the Centre, she said it should undertake proper dredging of barrages. The Chief Minister had ea...