The Kanamara Festival is held annually on the first Sunday of April and raises money for research into sexually-transmitted diseases.
The first such meeting in 11 years will take place in April.
The girls education activist said she that if it had been up to her, she would never have left.
Members of regiments with a special connection to Prince Harry will perform ceremonial duties.
The soldiers' identities remain unknown.
The North Korean dictator renewed his pledge to give up nuclear weapons on his first foreign trip as supreme leader.
The 85-year-old woman was stabbed 11 times and her body was set on fire.
The singer who nearly broke YouTube could be too much for Kim Jong Un's regime to handle.
The bill proposed jail sentences and hefty fines for anyone found guilty of publishing fake news.
The law would force women to carry out pregnancies even in the event of serious or fatal fetal anomaly.
South Korea is trying to fight its workaholic culture.
The latest poll shows the leader of the left-wing Morena Party has the support of 42 percent of the electorate.
An award in her name, the Saruhashi Prize, honors female scientists for distinguished research in natural sciences.
Complaint filed by the ACLU said the aerospace engineer was left feeling distressed and humiliated.
The prosecutor tried to establish a sexual motive for the murder.
The state-controlled news agency commentary is the first official acknowledgement of a thawing in relations with the U.S.
Pyongyang is set to welcome 160 singers from South Korea.
The attack in Tokyo's subway killed 13 people and injured 6,000 others.
President Trump has agreed to meet the North Korean leader for talks.
The British monarch has to formally consent to the wedding of the first six people in line to the throne.