Could a war carried out on the Korean Peninsula extend into a war between China and the United States? A war with China would be...
North Korean military officials stated Thursday that they are considering firing four missiles towards Guam.
A situation with North Korea could end the lives of millions in North Korea, South Korea, Japan, Guam, and many other nations; thus effectively making this crisis one that the world has not seen since approximately World War Two.
North Korea is believed to have conducted a new missile launch, officials from three countries – Japan, South Korea and the US – confirmed on Friday.
Dubbed the alien baby, archaeologists in Crimea have unearthed what appears to be a child with an elongated skull.
In an effort to ‘stop pollution and curb climate change’ the UK is set to ban all new gasoline cars by 2040, and to implement new taxes onto busy roads for owners of the most polluting vehicles.
Head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde says the organization may move its headquarters from Washington DC to Beijing in a decade if the growth trend in China and other major emerging markets continues.
Sweden is preparing to hold what it calls the “first and largest” exercise of its kind in over 20 years involving all of its military branches as well as troops from several NATO countries, to boost its deterrence capabilities, the Swedish military said.
The US at the weekend approved new sanctions against Russia for playing a role in the 2016 elections. However, the penalties proposed also affect the European Union.
The 19th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff no longer considers Russia, America’s greatest threat, rather North Korea, Iran, and China are among the top concerns of the United States.
The State Department has yet to release a ban on travel to North Korea officially, however, according to two agencies that operate tours in North Korea, the ban would be announced on July 27th, 2017.
The European Union has threatened to invoke Article 7, a move which could see Poland lose its voting priveledges in the political bloc and possibly face sanctions over recently proposed judicial reforms.
The world famous Shroud of Turin supposedly of Jesus Christ of Nazareth was analyzed by Italian researchers who discovered that the relic carries the...
China Continues Suppression of Christianity, Communist Party Members Warned to Abandon Religious Beliefs for...
China’s religious winter continues against Christianity, members of the Communist Chinese Party were told to abandon all forms of belief for Marxist Atheism.
Chinese State media reported that the communist nation's military dispatched troops for its first ever overseas military base in Djibouti.
British Education Secretary Justine Greening has said she will continue to champion the LGBT agenda during her time in office.
The General Synod of the Church of England has officially passed a motion welcoming and affirming transgender people to the church. A top bishop also declared that being LGBT is "not a sin."
A police station has been firebombed and cars and buildings set alight in the German city of Hamburg, where world leaders are holding crunch talks today.
President Donald Trump opens his two-nation European visit expecting a warm welcome in Poland before he encounters what could be a frostier reception and thornier issues at an international summit in Germany. Trump's sit-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korea's first launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile threaten to put Trump's skills as a negotiator to the test.
The year may be different, but 2017 presents many of the same vexing issues, both at home and abroad, that have plagued the United States for years
Vatican police have raided a cardinal's apartment where a drug-fuelled homosexual orgy was taking place.
The flotilla of Chinese warships, fighter jets and helicopters have been carrying out drills in recent days since being launched on June 25.
Donald Trump’s constituency and his militaristic posturing all suggest he may want to undertake some military action against Pyongyang, which is going to make matters a lot worse, says Sreeram Chaulia from the Jindal School of International Affairs. North Korea claims it had tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile on Tuesday morning, according to reports it fell into the Sea of Japan, after flying around 535 kilometers.
Preschoolers at a Christian school in Sweden are forbidden from praying before meals, saying 'Amen,' or even talking about the Bible.
Power play on the high seas, with China firmly in the crosshairs, kicks off next week. India, the US and Japan have all deployed their largest warships for the top-notch Malabar exercise to be held in the Bay of Bengal from July 10.
Moscow and Beijing have agreed that North Korea should freeze its nuclear and missile programs, while the US and South Korea should abstain from holding war games in the region, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
North Korea conducted another ballistic missile test Tuesday morning, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff has said. The projectile, described by the South as an “unidentified ballistic missile,” was launched towards the Sea of Japan.
A court in Germany has authorized a group of self-appointed Sharia police to continue enforcing Islamic law in the city of Wuppertal. The law they were cleared of violating outlaws uniforms that are threatening, such as those of Hitler's brownshirts.
A strong majority of Anglicans in the U.K. say they no longer adhere to biblical beliefs on premarital sex and same-sex relationships, according to the British Social Attitudes survey.
A senior Vatican official was charged with multiple sexual offenses by Australian police.
China's increasingly powerful navy launched its most advanced domestically produced destroyer on Wednesday, at a time of rising competition with other naval powers such as the United States, Japan and India.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party, crackdowns on Christians have steadily increased. Five states currently ban conversion. Especially alarming is the impunity that follows hate crimes, which have targeted Christians and other faith minorities including Muslims.
The Church of England and the Methodist Church are set to merge more than 200 years after their historic split, it was revealed yesterday.
Wired's Andy Greenberg says Ukraine has been the victim of a "cyber-assault unlike any the world has ever seen." Cybersecurity experts think Russia is...
North Korea offered a conditional moratorium on its nuclear and missile tests in a bid to hold talks with the United States.
Leaked by the Filipino government was a conversation between President Trump and Rodrigo Duterte, in which Trump claims that China is the last card holding back US intervention in North Korea. In accordance with the President's words, his latest tweet signals that the USA may just be done waiting.
At least one dead and 10 injured are reported in London’s Finsbury Park, where a vehicle drove into pedestrians, many of whom are believed to be Muslims coming out of the local mosque after prayers. Police have arrested one person and ambulances are on the scene.
Jingdong, or JD.com, China’s second-biggest e-commerce company after Alibaba, sent robots to deliver items for the first time yesterday (June 18), on the last day of a two-week-long shopping bonanza that recorded sales of around $17.6 billion, according to a spokesman with the company.
A vehicle hit pedestrians in London and there are “a number of casualties being worked on at the scene,” according to authorities.
A blogger who warned the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council of the dangers lurking in Grenfell Tower was threatened by local officials for writing about problems in the building.
US Intelligence officials have linked the Wannacry ransomware attack to North Korea, just last month the virus affected some 300,000 people in some 150 countries.
An enormously large blaze broke out at the Grenfell Tower in London where reportedly Twelve are confirmed dead, and police are expecting further fatalities.
Did you know that the sixth largest bank in Spain failed in spectacular fashion just a few days ago? Many are comparing the sudden implosion of Banco Popular to the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, and EU regulators hastily arranged a sale of the failed bank to Santander in order to avoid a full scale financial panic.
Where’s The Outrage? Communists Cut off Water, Electricity to Churches For Not Installing Surveillance
Communist China steps up the 'Religious Winter' against Christians. The red nation cut off power and electricity to several church buildings and house churches for refusing to install surveillance devices.
Thailand's military court delivered its harshest sentence ever for insulting the monarchy on Friday, jailing a man for 35 years, rights groups said.
A calf was born with eyes, ears, and a nose that look eerily human. The deformed calf died within an hour, but that didn’t stop the frenzy.
North Korea's latest launches of several suspected anti-ship missiles were short-range and landed well short of past efforts, but they still served as a defiant message for its enemies that Pyongyang will continue to pursue a weapons program that has rattled its neighbors and Washington.
North Korea on Wednesday fired multiple surface-to-ship missiles.
British police on Tuesday named the final member of the terror trio that murdered seven people on Saturday in a knife and van attack before police shot the jihadis dead -- and the news comes as more than 130 Muslim religious leaders were refusing to say funeral prayers for any members of the ISIS cell.
Over the past few weeks, several high-level US leaders have visited the Asia Pacific region, primarily with one focus, China.