U.S. student held in North Korea died of oxygen starved brain: coroner
An American student who had been imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months died from lack of oxygen and blood to the brain, an Ohio coroner said on Wednesday.
N Korea: 'Lunatic' Trump exploiting Otto Warmbier's death
US President Donald Trump is an "old lunatic", exploiting the death of an American student who died after he was jailed North Korea, Pyongyang has said.
China to shut down North Korean companies
China has told North Korean companies operating in its territory to close down as it implements United Nations sanctions against the reclusive state.
Turkey says air force kills 13 in north Iraq air strike
Turkish jets struck a target in northern Iraq on Wednesday, killing 13 suspected Kurdish PKK fighters, the armed forces said in a statement.
Turkey's Erdogan links fate of detained U.S. pastor to wanted cleric Gulen
President Tayyip Erdogan suggested on Thursday that Turkey could free a detained U.S. pastor if the United States hands over a Muslim cleric living in Pennsylvania whom Ankara blames for a failed military coup last year.
==Israel Refuses to end Arm Sales to Myanmar Despite State Crackdown on Rohingya=
The Israeli High Court ruled on the petition Wednesday, however the judges hearing the case had issued a gag order a day earlier.
'Suicide by Israeli' increasingly seen as a way out for troubled Palestinians
US Warplane Drop Banned White Phosphorus Bomb on Syria
The chemical leaves deep skin burns and only stops combusting when deprived of oxygen, which generally results in victims being burned to the bone.
US vows to destroy its chemical weapons… despite being 5yrs behind schedule
The US is already more than five years past its initial deadline for eliminating its chemical weapons arsenal, but doesn’t plan to complete the job before 2023.
Trump Waives Jones Act to Speed Up Aid Shipments to Puerto Rico
President Donald Trump ordered the Jones Act to be waived for shipments to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico immediately at the request of Governor Ricardo Rossello, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday.
Mountains of Aid Are Languishing on the Docks in Puerto Rico
Thousands of cargo containers bearing millions of emergency meals and other relief supplies have been piling up on San Juan’s docks since Saturday. The mountains of materiel may not reach storm survivors for days.
Confederate Flyers, Cotton Posted Across College in US Capital
At least 10 images of Confederate battle flags with cotton plants stuck to them were put up around American University in Washington on Tuesday in apparent protest of the school's new anti-racist research center.
LGBT groups question lack of hate crime charges over gruesome murder of Missouri transgender teen
Authorities revealed that the teenager had her eyes gouged out and had been repeatedly stabbed in the genitals before she was set on fire.
Spain Govt Continues Crackdown Against Catalonia Referendum
Over the past month, the Spanish government has led a massive crackdown on the Catalan province’s right to vote.