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N.Korea to also target countries backing US 'military action' vs Pyongyang
North Korea's top diplomat said Pyongyang will only train its rockets on other countries if these participate in the U.S. military action against North Korea.
 
Trump blamed for surging crackdown on Vietnamese dissidents
Amid the communist state's largest crackdown against dissent in recent memory, observers cite US President Donald Trump's perceived indifference to human rights as a contributing factor.
 
North Korea threatens to retaliate against US over UN sanctions
North Korea on Monday condemned the UN Security Council's toughest sanctions so far over its missile tests and warned it would retaliate against the United States, which ratcheted up its condemnation of Pyongyang at Asia's largest security forum.
 
Trump, Moon discuss North Korea's 'grave and growing direct threat'
US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae In speak by phone about North Korea.
 
Asean, China adopt framework for further talks on Code of Conduct
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi would not say whether the Code of Conduct in the heavily disputed South China Sea that would be negotiated between China and the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) would be legally binding.
 
Typhoon Noru affects flights and train services in south Japan
Taiwanese flights cancelled China Airlines, EVA Air, Tiger Air cancel flights to and from Japanese cities
 
'Tipping point' on Korean Peninsula near, Beijing warns
The situation on the Korean Peninsula is approaching "a tipping point for a crisis as well as a turning point for making decisions to return to peaceful dialogue", Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday.
 
Bubble tea Gong Cha comeback to be led by co-founder
Bubble tea chain picks F&B veteran to helm its return to S'pore with new look and menu
 
A tattoo that is painless, removable and safe
Tech startup SketchOn develops custom-print temporary tattoo printer. For those who are not fans of permanent tattoos etched onto the skin, alternative options have long been limited to either body painting or slapping on a tacky tattoo sticker by rubbing it with water.
 
UN Security Council passes toughest North Korea sanctions yet
The UN Security Council has voted unanimously to impose its toughest sanctions against North Korea to date.
 
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