The African leader gave Trump both barrels for threatening to “totally destroy” North Korea.
The bomb could have caused much more damage in the British capital if it had fully exploded.
The president is set to roll back limits on strikes and commando raids imposed under Barack Obama.
Kim Jong-Un has really stepped up the rhetoric by resurrecting an insult from the 14th century.
He also calls out young people for lacking critical thinking skills and being "dumbed down by TV, commercials, sports and so forth."
The two states have long clashed over the status of Kashmir, a disputed Muslim-majority region.
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said Japan wouldn't be a dominant military power, but would neither be a "follower" in world affairs.
North Korea and the U.S. have been enemies for decades, but tensions have been particularly high over the past several months.
Puerto Ricans living in Orlando and other U.S. cities are desperate to hear news from their loved ones and friends after Hurricane Maria.
An American NGO sterilized about 400 stray dogs and cats that live around the former nuclear power plant.
Russia did not appreciate President Donald Trump's vow to "totally destroy" North Korea, and has plans of its own to solve the nuclear crisis.
The article argued that American Jews are faking the Iran threat. Wilson argued that retweets don't equal endorsements.
Who Merkel must share power with is key to future of sanctions against Russia.
415,000 Rohingya have fled their homes for Bangladesh in the last three weeks.
Using North Korea’s conduct as an excuse to trash the nuclear agreement with Iran is dangerous ploy.
A defector also accused the North Korean leader of murdering 11 people with anti-aircraft guns and running their remains over with tanks.
Despite being billed as a counterterrorism drill, Russia and Belarus's Zapad showed us what the Kremlin fears war with the West could look like, experts say.
Reports Tuesday suggested the president had stepped in to prevent military action.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened violence against family members involved in drugs or Islamist militant groups.
The former Trump campaign chairman remains at the center of investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Moscow said its own forces had come under fire twice from the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.
Malaysia's police chief said authorities had received information of plans by militants to "sabotage" the festival.
President Trump will also be attending the Invictus Games in Toronto.
The leading Saudi humanitarian aid official talks to Newsweek about the brutal war in Yemen, its casualties and Saudi relief efforts.
The girl was initially described as a 12-year-old student called Frida Sofía but no girl with that name appear in the school records.
The North Korean foreign minister said he felt sorry for Trump’s aides.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its analysis of veteran suicide data across the U.S.
The first day of the month of Muharram is set to begin on Thursday night.
Called Beelzebufo, it may have had a bite akin to modern-day tigers and wolves.
Nicaragua says it will sign up to the climate deal, leaving Trump and Assad the only ones outside.