North Korea has been testing missiles at an unprecedented rate, and conducted its sixth nuclear test despite international condemnation
The epicentre, with a depth of 12.0 km, was initially determined to be at 40.406 degrees north latitude and 126.755 degrees west longitude
EU migrants will still be able to live and work in the UK but they will have to register with the authorities, under her proposals
Russia's foreign minister says Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are acting like fighting schoolchildren
May wants existing EU market access arrangements to apply during that period and promised Britain would pay its "fair share" into the EU budget
N Korean leader Kim Jong-Un Friday warned he would make US President Donald Trump "pay dearly" for threatening the destruction of his country at UN
The violence comes days after Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi declared that the military had ceased its "clearance operations"
A Pakistani court last month sentenced two former police officers to 17 years in prison for failing to protect Bhutto
The Rohingya Muslims, escaping ethnic unrest in Myanmar, overwhelms country's Cox's Bazar in under a month
Under UNESCO, the organisation arranges the annual World Alliance Religions' Peace Summit in the capital city of Republic of Korea from Sept 17-19
Trump praises China for instructing its banks to cut off business with Pyongyang
Tensions over North Korea's weapons programme have been ratcheting higher for months as Pyongyang launched a flurry of missiles and the nuclear blast
He says Iran "will strengthen our defense and military capabilities ... whether you want it or not"
The first Air Force One jet flew in 1959 with President Dwight D Eisenhower on board
Tillerson recalls that Washington and Moscow cooperated during the Soviet era, despite their Cold War rivalry
Tens of thousands of strangers live cheek by jowl in normally uninhabitable places are hardly the safe havens that nurture a childhood