That's all from us!
That's it from the Korea Open. India's campaign came to an end following the loss of Saina Nehwal to Japan's Nozomi Okuhara. Hope you enjoyed our coverage. We'll see you soon.
Nozomi Okuhara pulls off a sensational comeback!
The Japanese shuttler was trailing 16-10 in the decider, but fought back to make it 20-20, and then sealed the game with back-to-back points. It's been a dramatic 59 minutes, as Saina Nehwal's bid to reach the semi-finals fell apart when the match was all but won.
Round of 16 result: Maintaining her winning spree, shuttler Saina Nehwal entered the quarter-finals of the Korea Open 2018 on Thursday.
The former World No. 1 shuttler registered straight set victories over South Korean Ga Eun Kim in the 37-minute women's singles affair.
Saina won both games 21-18 to earn a comfortable victory.
Saina, 28, is the lone Indian challenge left in the tournament as Sameer Verma and Vaishnavi Reddy Jakka bowed out on Wednesday.
Taiwan has responded to China's threats by ordering more defensive weaponry from the U.S., leveraging its democracy and high-tech economy to strengthen foreign relations and revitalizing its domestic arms industry
In one such incident, the family of Mohammad Hassan, who was killed in the protest at the age of 26 in September, were attacked by the security forces on the day of 40th day ceremony
The three Ka-52 choppers, also known as The Black Shark, a single-seat aircraft costing £12 million, arguably the best combat helicopters in the world, were brought down on Monday night