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Kim Jong Un’s mystery woman sparks debate as sister, wife remain missing

Kim Jong Un’s glamorous former pop star lover has been showing up recently at the North Korean despot’s side — sparking speculation she has usurped his sister while his wife keeps a low profile, according to a report.

United Kingdom reaction underscores significance of U.S. election

The 2020 U.S. presidential election is creating waves across the pond, where residents of the United Kingdom have taken interest.

Former Green Beret and son given temporary reprieve from extradition to Japan by judge

Former Green Beret and private security contractor, Michael Taylor along with his 27-year-old son Peter have won a temporary reprieve from a federal judge preventing their immediate extradition to Japan. The ruling came only hours before the pair were scheduled to board a flight to Tokyo.

Strong Aegean Sea earthquake topples buildings in Turkey

A strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea has shaken Turkey and Greece. Several buildings were wrecked in Turkey's western Izmir province, according to officials, but there was no immediate information on casualties.

New arrest after France church attack, security tightened

A new suspect is in custody Friday in the investigation into a gruesome attack by a Tunisian man who killed three people in a French church, as France heightened its security alert amid religious and geopolitical tensions around cartoons mocking the Muslim prophet.

Thousands flock to Halloween parade in Wuhan, China

Halloween revelers flocked to an amusement park in Wuhan, China, to celebrate the spooky holiday less than a year after the deadly coronavirus began infecting people in the city before spreading across the globe.

Ingraham: Trump 'likely saved us' by resisting 'unproven strategies' for fighting pandemic

Thursday's announcement that the U.S. GDP grew at an annualized pace by more than 33% in the third quarter shows President Trump has overseen an economic recovery from COVID-19, Laura Ingraham argued.

Pentagon leaders targeted by potential threats linked to killing of Iranian Gen. Soleimani

Senior U.S. officials revealed Thursday that security threats have been made against top Pentagon authorities not only when traveling outside the U.S., but when on American soil.

US moves forward with seizure of Iranian missiles, petroleum bound for Yemen, Venezuela

The Justice Department announced court filings Thursday in a formal bid to force the forfeiture of multiple shipments of Iranian missiles bound for Yemen and for the sale of oil bound for Venezuela that the U.S. Navy has confiscated.

Pope Francis ends public audiences amid coronavirus surge in Italy

The Vatican is ending Pope Francis’ general audiences with the public amid a surge in coronavirus cases in Italy and a confirmed infection at last week’s encounter.

France knife attack: World leaders stand united after 3 dead in ‘barbaric’ killings in Nice church

World leaders are standing united with France after a man armed with a knife decapitated one woman and killed two others at a church in the southern city of Nice on Thursday.

UK's Jeremy Corbyn suspended from Labour Party after damning anti-Semitism report

Former UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been suspended from the party and has had the whip removed.

Knife attack at French church leaves 3 dead as country is on heightened terror alert

At least three people were killed and several were wounded on Thursday following a knife attack at a church in the French city of Nice.

Health worker’s eye socket broken after asking rail riders to wear coronavirus masks on London Underground

A London rail rider allegedly broke a United Kingdom health service worker’s face after he asked the passenger’s group why they weren't wearing coronavirus masks, police said.
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