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A mined motorcycle exploded in front of a school in Thai Southern Narathiwat province, killing two people, including a 4-year-old girl, and wounding eight, local media reported Tuesday.
Pyongyang's fresh launches of ballistic missiles are a sign that North Korea continues to work on its missile technologies and makes advancements in this area, Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said on Tuesday.
Washington is planning to develop further partnership with Uzbekistan after the death of President Islam Karimov.
Japanese Economy Minister wanted to move forward on the track of bilateral cooperationwith Russia.
Japan has reaffirmed its commitment to strengthening cooperation with the United States and South Korea following North Korea's most recent missile launches, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Tuesday.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake has occurred in the Pacific ocean, near the Commander Islands.
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that she would not accept Mexican President Pena Nieto's invitation to visit his country before the US Election Day in November.
Venezuela’s opposition called on public in Caracas to join a 10-minute protest aimed to provide for signatures for a referendum to recall Maduro.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed a missile launch test and emphasized the necessity to boost the country's nuclear force, state media reported Tuesday.
The former Secretary of State doubled down on her Russia blaming tactic of comingling America’s foreign interests with her electoral fortunes as the US march towards McCarthyism continues.
Saab, a Swedish aircraft manufacturer, is preparing to provide a high-tech military tactical training system called TESS to Polish Armed Forces.
Polish Foreign and Interior Ministers, Witold Waszczykowski and Mariusz Blaschak, called on their British counterparts Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd to guarantee safety to the Poles living in the United Kingdom.
Recent naval advances by China and Russia have been heralded by defense experts who contest that America’s reign of dominance over the high seas may be coming to an end, but America’s Chief of Naval Operations thinks the US Navy remains unstoppable.
IPC provisionally approved the inclusion of bobsleigh into the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
The Republican nominee called on America’s Central Bank to raise interest rates after providing historically cheap money for nearly eight years threatening the safety of the US economy.
Sean “Diddy” Combs, a rap and fashion celebrity has called for black people to hold their vote and “turn up the heat” on both Hillary and Trump, saying black vote will decide who will be US’s next president.
Head of the Russian Defense Ministry's Nuclear Risk Reduction Center reported that Russian pilots will carry out an observation flight this week over the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The exercise codenamed as Caucasus2016 follows a period of heightened tensions between Russia and Ukraine after the Kremlin accused Kiev of plotting terror attacks against Russians in Crimea.
The investigation is to be spearheaded by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to examine the means, motives and impacts of Russian "propaganda" and "disinformation" efforts at the urging of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and US Senator Harry Reid.
The Polish cultural center in Russia's Kaliningrad said that vandals have damaged several graves of Soviet soldiers at a memorial cemetery in the Polish city of Poznan.