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U.S. soldier who deserted to North Korea in 1965 dies aged 77

U.S. soldier who deserted to North Korea in 1965 dies aged 77

In 2002, Pyongyang released Soga, who returned to Japan. The two met in North Korea and had two daughters. Jenkins, of Rich Square, North Carolina, disappeared in January 1965 while on patrol along the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea.


Diego Maradona unveils giant statue of himself in India

Diego Maradona unveils giant statue of himself in India

Maradona was scheduled on September 19 when he was supposed to inaugurate a Durga Puja in north Kolkata and unveil his statue installed by his fans. "It's fantastic to have my statue here", the 1986 World Cup victor said. "I don't think I'm the god of football. I just consider myself as a simple football player", Maradona has been quoted as saying by the Times of India .


A&M defensive tackle arrested after threatening to kill 3 people

A&M defensive tackle arrested after threatening to kill 3 people

They stopped the vehicle and detained both occupants. "Officers also learned the rifle had been discarded by the passenger in a nearby wooded area in an attempt to hide the firearm". Henderson and one other person, Terry Lechler Florez Jr., were arrested at the scene. Henderson can face anywhere between two to 20 years in prison for the second-degree felony charge.


Forecast: Two part storm moving in tonight through Wednesday

Forecast: Two part storm moving in tonight through Wednesday

We're expecting much colder weather here on Wednesday, with windy conditions. Winds gusting as high as 40 miles an hour will blow the snow around, making driving hard, especially during the Wednesday morning commute. "Travel will be very hard to impossible", the National Weather Service says. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch that begin tonight and include Genesee, Wyoming and other area counties.


Ukrainian court frees Saakashvili after thousands protest graft

Ukrainian court frees Saakashvili after thousands protest graft

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili was brought to a court on Monday in Ukraine's capital Kiev where he is being tried on at least three criminal counts, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency. "Bees can't oppose honey". He served two terms as Georgian president in 2004-2013, winning broad acclaim for his anti-corruption efforts, but drawing criticism over a disastrous war with Russian Federation and what his opponents saw as an authoritarian streak.