South Korean media reported early Saturday that North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea, the country's latest act of defiance in protest of the drills, which the country has always objected to.
"They left him to die," his grandfather said.
"I've never been a fan. And you know why? I don't like paying for it, we should be reimbursed for it, and I've told that to South Korea," President Donald Trump said of joint drills also disliked by North Korea.
The U.S. published a map of planned protests in Russia and has been meeting with opposition figures from "China's Hong Kong" in moves deemed unacceptable by Moscow and Beijing.
Gere took food and supplies by boat to 121 people aboard the Open Arms, a rescue ship floating in international waters near Lampedusa, an Italian island off the coast of Sicily.
An explosion near a reported missile testing site rocked Russia's northern Arkhangelsk province on Thursday, killing two and leading to a brief spike in radiation.
Igor Stepanov is looking to curb the resurgence of popularity in the Soviet dictator, who died in 1953.
"I was very excited in the heat of the moment and after singing a few songs with very high notes, I found myself having breathing difficulties," the singer said.
The UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council and Saudi-backed presidential guards have engaged in deadly clashes, threatening to open a new front in an already war-torn nation.
Nearly 2,000 people received the text.
Iran's defense minister held talks with his Kuwaiti, Omani and Qatari counterparts, arguing that an "American-led military alliance will only increase the insecurity in the region under the pretext of securing shipping."
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
Geneva Auto Show 2019: Ridiculously Fast and Incredibly Expensive Supercars and Hypercars, in Pictures
The high-end performance cars on show in Geneva range from the hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $18 million.
The latest sweeping U.S. sanctions on Venezuela target Chinese and Russian businesses, but Beijing and Moscow argued they would continue supporting the socialist leader opposed by Washington.
The Philippines Department of Health said it had recorded 146,062 cases of dengue from January through July 20.
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov was seen riding bicycles and horses, rocking out with instruments, lifting weights, bowling, firing rifles and driving donuts around the Gates of Hell.
Experts say China and Russia's ties are growing not out of a mutual affinity, but out of a necessity to avoid total domination by the U.S., whose strategy is only accelerating their rapprochement.
India has moved to consolidate control over restive Kashmir, threatening to resurrect border disputes with neighboring China and Pakistan.
Tehran's Washington-blacklisted top diplomat said that this time the U.S. was using "economic terrorism" by "violating a historic nuclear deal & punishing those who seek to adhere to it."
"The U.S. and South Korean authorities remain outwardly talkative about dialogue. But when they sit back, they sharpen a sword to do us harm," North Korea's Foreign Ministry warned.
He was fined €45,000 (about $50,000) and ordered to collect the fridge and dispose of it correctly.
Clauvinho da Silva was a member of the Red Command drug faction and had been serving a 73 year sentence.
Anglican Episcopal Bishop Gavin Ashenden says the idea of opening putt-putt golf in the nave at Rochester Cathedral was "perhaps born of desperation."