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Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha arrested: daughter

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha arrested: daughter

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha was arrested in Phnom Penh early on Sunday and the government of veteran Prime Minister Hun Sen said he was accused of treason. The statement gave no details but called the actions "treason". In the video, which the government said was shot in Australia, Kem Sokha said the Americans had hired academics to advise on strategy to change Cambodia's leaders.


Thousands of People Evacuate Homes in Frankfurt, Germany Before WWII Bomb Defused

Thousands of People Evacuate Homes in Frankfurt, Germany Before WWII Bomb Defused

As well as residents, more than 100 hospital patients from Frankfurt and Koblenz, including premature infants and those in intensive care, have also had to be moved to safety. The brigade's director, Reinhard Ries, told reporters: "The scale of this bomb is overwhelming". Some of the city's museums have offered free entry to displaced residents.


Britain's May says Beijing should increase pressure on N. Korea

Britain's May says Beijing should increase pressure on N. Korea

China condemned "destructive" calls for new sanctions on North Korea Thursday, warning Japan, the U.S. and Britain that diplomacy was needed to avert crisis days after nuclear-armed Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan. But the former education secretary Nicky Morgan said it would be hard for May to fight another election, the Tory grandee Michael Heseltine said she had no long-term future and the former chancellor turned Evening Standard editor George Osborne used an editorial to again ...


Trump Is Mishandling North Korea (but the Markets Don't Care)

Trump Is Mishandling North Korea (but the Markets Don't Care)

Japan's Meteorological Agency observed a magnitude-6.1 tremor in North Korea at around 12:31 p.m. local (11:31 p.m. ET). Considering these realities, it's understandable that neither South Korea's relatively new President Moon Jae-in nor Japan's President Shinzo Abe would willingly back military action against North Korea.


Korean Missile Launch Thwarts Dialogue With US, at Least for Now

Korean Missile Launch Thwarts Dialogue With US, at Least for Now

The Korean Central News Agency said the Supreme Leader visited the country's Nuclear Weapons Institute to inspect the device. North Korea carried out its last nuclear test in September 2016. It says its weapons programmes are needed to counter U.S. aggression. North Korea claims that it now has a more-developed hydrogen nuclear weapon that can be mounted on a new intercontinental ballistic missile.