Malaysia, which is working with Interpol on the strange case of the assassination of the half-brother of the leader of North Korea, has identified four more suspects believed to be connected with the incident. According to Malaysian police, all of them had North Korean identification, but they have already fled the country.
US federal authorities will have much more autonomy and power in detaining almost anyone suspected of being an undocumented immigrants and quickly deporting those in the country illegally under the new guidelines signed by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and leaked to the media this weekend.
A Chinese power company has found an interesting and certainly awesome-looking use for drones: a flamethrower-equipped UAV is being used to clean rubbish off power lines.
US aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, along with the guided-missile destroyer USS Wayne E. Meyer began to patrol the South China Sea amid possible escalation of a conflict between the US and China over the region's disputed territories. US officials have called the maneuvers a "routine operation."
Pokémon Go creatures may not be real, but the trouble they cause is. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, is tired of picking up after the imaginary creatures, so now, if they want to use the county's parks, the virtual animals will have to get some IRL permits.
China has again sent hundreds of troops to its far-west Xinjiang region, the restive heartland of its Uygur minority, this time for oath-taking rallies and a general show of force against terrorism.
Scuffles broke out on Sunday in central Kiev after a mob tried to pitch tents outside the presidential office, demanding a freeze on trade with self-proclaimed Donbass republics, local media reported.
A group of burglars broke into a Paris apartment of the Saudi bin Laden family, but left empty-handed, broadcasting RTL company reported earlier.
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