Those planning on attending the 2020 Tokyo Olympics can look forward to receiving luggage and language assistance from robots “scattered” around Haneda Airport.
Seoul’s acceleration of its domestic defense industrial base will help prepare the country for a potential fight against North Korea, but in the meantime, South Korea stands to benefit economically from a massive surge in arms sales.
Hoping to render their troubled past "water under the bridge," South Korean President Moon Jae-in jetted off to China Wednesday to "normalize" ties with his neighbor.
On Monday, officials from Charlottesville, Virginia, denied a permit request submitted by far-right organizer Jason Kessler, who wanted to host another Unite the Right rally on the one-year anniversary of his deadly August event.
The heir to India’s most famous political dynasty has replaced his mother as the leader of the Indian National Congress (INC), the party founded by Mohandas Gandhi that has fallen on hard times after decades of control of the government in New Delhi.
Almost two dozen senior Israel Defense Force service members, Defense Ministry officials and technology company employees were put in handcuffs on Tuesday for allegedly stealing $28 million, or 100 million new Israeli shekels, from the government, the Times of Israel reported.
New findings reveal that the more older brothers a man has, the more likely he is to be gay. Scientists believe this is due to the “fraternal birth order effect,” which involves the development of certain antibodies in a mother’s immune system.
The People’s Liberation Army Air Force’s (PLAAF) recently commissioned J-20 will dramatically improve China’s ability to project power in the Asia-Pacific region, but it still has some weaknesses that could make it vulnerable to enemy radar detection, according to a new US think tank report.
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