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North Korea demands Seoul to return 12 waitresses who were abducted from China

May 03, 2016

North Korea demands Seoul to return 12 waitresses who were abducted from China

North Korea stepped up its calls Tuesday for South Korea to return 12 waitresses whom Pyongyang says Seoul abducted from a restaurant in China. #China #NewsTracker #South Korea #North Korea #South Korean National Intelligence Service
India's preparations for U-17 World Cup to gather pace with AIFF Youth Cup

May 02, 2016

India's preparations for U-17 World Cup to gather pace with AIFF Youth Cup

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is organising a Youth Tournament in Goa, beginning on May 15, with participation of teams from various continents. #India #US #South Korea #KickingAround #Tanzania #Malaysia #AIFF #Kushal Das #Asian Football Confederation #U-17 FIFA World Cup #AIFF Youth Cup #Tilak Maidan
South Korea warns citizens of potential abduction by North

May 02, 2016

South Korea warns citizens of potential abduction by North

South Korea warned on Monday there is a risk of its citizens being abducted by Pyongyang in retaliation for the defection of a dozen North Korean staff at a restaurant in China. #China #NewsTracker #South Korea #Seoul #North Korea #Pyongyang #Jeong Joon-Hee
Russia, China oppose US deployment of anti-missile system in South Korea

Apr 29, 2016

Russia, China oppose US deployment of anti-missile system in South Korea

Foreign ministers of Russia and China voiced mutual support on Friday as they seek to counter the influence of Washington and its allies, particularly in Asia #China #US #NewsTracker #Russia #South Korea #South China Sea #North Korea #UN Security Council
Trump's America first speech alarms U.S. allies | Reuters

Apr 29, 2016

Trump's America first speech alarms U.S. allies | Reuters

LONDON Donald Trump's first major foreign policy address alarmed American allies, who view the Republican front runner's repeated invocation of an "America first" agenda as a threat to retreat from the world. While most governments were careful not to comment publicly on a speech by a U.S. presidential candidate, Germany's foreign minister veered from that protocol to express concern at Trump's wording. #United States #Business #Middle East #South Korea #Sweden #Foreign policy
North Korea failed second mid-range ballistic missile test, says South Korea

Apr 28, 2016

North Korea failed second mid-range ballistic missile test, says South Korea

North Korea on Thursday tried and failed in what appeared to be its second attempt in two weeks to test a powerful, new medium-range ballistic missile #NewsTracker #South Korea #North Korea #UN Security Council #Ballistic missile #Kim Jong-un #Pyongyang #Missile test
North Korea missile launch: UN criticises Pyongyang while Obama declines test offer

Apr 25, 2016

North Korea missile launch: UN criticises Pyongyang while Obama declines test offer

The UN Security Council echoed international condemnation Sunday of a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) test by North Korea, while US President Barack Obama dismissed Pyongyang's offer of a nuclear moratorium #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #South Korea #North Korea #UN Security Council #Kim Jong-un #Submarine-lunched balli
Turkey will take all measures to stop rocket fire on border town - PM | Reuters

Apr 24, 2016

Turkey will take all measures to stop rocket fire on border town - PM | Reuters

ANKARA Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Saturday all necessary measures will be taken to prevent missile fire in Kilis, a Turkish town bordering a region controlled by Islamic State militants in Syria. Kilis has repeatedly come under rocket fire in recent weeks. On Friday, two people died and four were injured in such an incident. #Business #Europe #South Korea #United Kingdom #Entertainment
Republican financier Koch says Clinton might make better president | Reuters

Apr 24, 2016

Republican financier Koch says Clinton might make better president | Reuters

WASHINGTON Billionaire industrialist Charles Koch, a key source of financing for conservative Republican causes along with his brother, said Democrat Hillary Clinton might make a better president than the candidates in the Republican field. #India #Business #Hillary Clinton #South Korea #markets #Argentina #Entertainment
France calls on EU to adopt new sanctions against North Korea | Reuters

Apr 24, 2016

France calls on EU to adopt new sanctions against North Korea | Reuters

PARIS France called on the European Union on Saturday to adopt additional sanctions on North Korea after South Korea said the isolated state had launched a ballistic missile from a submarine. "We call on the international community to adopt a firm and united reaction so that North Korea stops its provocations," a spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry said in a statement. "In particular, France calls on the European Union to unilaterally adopt additional sanctions," he said, adding that if the launch was confirmed, it would be a new violation of U.N. #India #Middle East #Europe #South Korea #United Kingdom #Entertainment #article