Not since the 1950-53 Korean War had a North Korean leader set foot on South Korean soil.
No one will be forcibly relocated to Bhasanchar island, official says; MSF preparing for ‘mass casualties’
"After the 1,000 interviews and statistical analysis, we can draw certain conclusions about the perpetrators of crime and patterns of crime," one official said.
"There is a big gap between the rate with which this problem is expanding and our response to it," said Sunitha Krishnan.
Southeast Asian leaders will focus on trade wars, the crisis in Myanmar and security tensions in the disputed South China Sea at a summit this weekend.
Andy Hall said a Thai court ordered his arrest so that he is present when the Appeals Court announces its verdict on his conviction for defamation and computer crimes.
"Secondary forests are a secondary priority," the minister said.
Kim Jong Un visited the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang to express "deep sympathy" over a bus accident that killed 32 Chinese tourists, state media said.
Hundreds of taxi drivers working for start-ups Grab and Go-Jek call for an end to low online fares and demand tighter regulation of ride-hailing companies.
Modi has sought to reset ties after disputes over issues including their disputed border with Tibet and other issues.
The European Parliament urged the Southeast Asian nation in a resolution to end "extrajudicial killings" and abandon plans to reintroduce the death penalty.
A renewed Trump administration push to deport immigrants convicted of crimes in the US has returned many to countries they left decades earlier.
Chinese state media has said the drills were a direct response to "provocations" by Taiwan leaders aiming to push for the island’s formal independence.
At Thai airports, banners greet visitors with warnings that human trafficking could "destroy" the country. A video flashes the message: "Keep Thailand the Land of Smiles for all."
A lottery system to decide which wind projects will go ahead this year is a sign that grid constraints are forcing local governments to restrict capacity.