A job listing for a level designer from Square Enix Japan gives a few clues about the pace of development on "Final Fantasy VII Remake" and where the game could depart from the PS1 original.
Flying rocks may travel up to 2.5 miles away.
The crops may be safe, but the children will probably never sleep again.
The South Korean president spoke at an event commemorating 99 years of the March 1 Movement, one of the first public displays of resistance to the Japanese occupation of the Korean peninsula.
Researchers believe the footage adds to evidence of a 1944 massacre of 30 Korean women at the hands of the Japanese army.
Several large holes in the ground are all that remain of the structure.
North and South Korea both agree the islets, called Dokdo, Takeshima or Liancourt Rocks, belong to Korea, but how far will it divide two U.S. allies in Asia?
The Japanese athlete graciously dismissed accident as a "reflex."
Director Fumihiko Sori changed several things from the classic anime.
It's not just North Korea. There are 35 more.
In December, NBC announced Ramo as a contributor to offer geopolitical and cultural context to the Olympic Games commentary.
The communist regime will show itself as a fearsome tiger one day, a cuddly kitten the next.
Preparing for "preventive war" is the prelude to the U.S. striking first.
The Russian military has carried out a series of drills near its border with North Korea as tensions have escalated, and Moscow has vowed to firm up defenses in case of war.
His bombastic language and irrational behavior makes military conflict more likely.
The "simple" method has regrown hair on mice, and preliminary tests indicate it's likely to be successful on humans.
Despite the ease of tension, there are still fears problems could rise again after the Winter Olympic games.
Moscow repeatedly called for the U.S. to step back from its military reinforcement of Japan and South Korea in response to Pyongyang's nuclear tests.
In exchange, he threw lavish sex parties and gave $1 million in bribes.
Three earthquakes rocked California on Thursday.
It may be tempting, but it's almost certainly unlawful.
Russia's Foxhound aircraft is a Cold War-era warplane earmarked for high-speed, high-altitude pursuits of U.S. and other incoming aircraft.