Seoul's Unification Ministry said Tuesday that North Korea must agree to protect South Korean players ahead of next month's AFC Women's Asian Cup qualifier in Pyongyang.
A North Korean spokesperson said the North would push forward with its nuclear plans.
The Islamic State group threatened India's iconic Taj Mahal as bombings and sabotage rocked the surrounding tourist city of Agra.
Cyber Security Centre offers to help the UK's political parties bolster their online security.
China's foreign minister called on North Korea to halt nuclear activities and the U.S. to stop military drills.
Thompson once wrote for "The Intercept," which later said it had "discovered a pattern of deception" in his work.
Vandals knocked over more than 500 tombstones at Mount Carmel Cemetery, days after a similar incident occurred at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.
Pyongyang has said any sanctions against its missile or nuclear programs are a violation of its sovereignty.
"Twenty million people have died because of nationalism in Europe," Guy Verhofstadt said.
Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by John McCain, hears testimony on Russian election-related hacking.
Putin is keeping an eye on proceedings and reports suggest Russian missile defenses in Crimea are at the ready.
Physicist says we won't survive "without escaping beyond our fragile planet."
Jews are realizing that the threat might come not from the left but the right.
United Nations climate talks will likely be tabled to allow more time for countries to pass the agreement.
U.S. policy toward Russia is guided by 'Russophobia,' foreign minister says.
The actor and gender-equality campaigner spoke to activists at the One Young World conference in Canada.
Despite almost a year within a state of emergency, concern remains high across France.
The embassy will be closed to the public all Friday.
"Listen Putin, we will come to Russia and will kill you at your homes," ISIS said.