North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, met with South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, in a landmark summit, the third of this year, to discuss an “era of no war” in the peninsula. Speaking in Pyongyang, North Korea, both leaders announced...
Tanzania has been struck by another maritime disaster on Lake Victoria as at least 127 people drowned when a ferry capsized. It is believed that the ferry only had a capacity for 101 people and was massively overloaded; with...
On 18 September, the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly opened in New York City. Described as one of the six principal organs of the UN, the General Assembly gives the opportunity for representatives from the 193-member...
Keeping up with the Kremlin Vladimir Putin has featured in a new reality series, highlighting his devotion to the public. Broadcast on state television, the program documents the Russian President during his weekly activities. The first one-hour episode, aired during...
Several nations, including the US, France, Germany and Canada, have agreed with the assertion made by the UK government that Russia “almost certainly” approved the poisoning of former double-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury in March...
After the general election on 9 September, Sweden seems to have split in half, with Sverigedemokraterna (Sweden Democrats), nestling ominously in the middle. The party of Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, Sosialdemokraterna (The Social Democrats), remained the country’s biggest party...