Launched missile could carry large nuclear warhead: N. Korea

Launched missile could carry large nuclear warhead: N. Korea

Last week South Koreans elected a new president, Moon Jae-in, who favors a much softer approach than his conservative predecessor, Park Geun-hye, who is in jail awaiting a corruption trial. In Seoul , some citizens expressed frustration. "Former chairman Hong, who will be dispatched to the United States, is familiar with conditions in the he also served as the country's ambassador to the 2005 and maintained a wide network since", it said in a press release.

Clark, Horgan, Weaver all say they're willing to work with other parties

Elections BC says absentee ballots won't be counted until May 22, and there may be recounts in some close ridings. "All the different scenarios play out in a hung parliament", he said, using a term to describe a situation where no single party or group of parties controls the majority of legislative or parliamentary seats.

200000 cyberattack victims in 150-plus states, Europol chief says

In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Fallon said the British government under Prime Minister Theresa May had identified in its security review that cyber threats were one of the top three greatest threats for the country. Speaking to ITV's Robert Peston, Mr Ashworth accused the government of having "cut the IT and infrastructure budget" by £1bn in the NHS, and said his party, if elected to power, would put £10bn into the infrastructure of the NHS.

Why Riyad Mahrez's goal against Manchester City was disallowed

Referee Madley refused their animated appeals and within minutes, last season's champions were 2-0 down. "Our target, our goal, is to win the next two games". A 2-1 success over Leicester on Saturday ensured two more victories - against West Brom and Watford - guarantees them third place but the Brazil global is already casting his mind forward.

Theresa May says Tories will extend workers' rights

Workers who have recurring mental health problems will also be promised more rights. She will also offer new statutory rights to leave for workers who need to care for a family member or following the death of a child. Mrs May, who is trying to position herself as the politician on the side of working people, will commit to increasing the National Living Wage - now £7.50 an hour - in line with average earnings until 2022.