It is a high-tech high-security fortress in London.
South Korean officials are getting ready for the worst as they prepare for their Winter Olympic games in PyeongChang in February.
North Korea appears to be building another missile launch pad on the same site it used to shock the world by launching its first ICBM earlier in the year.
There is another round of sabre-rattling in the North Korea crisis – this time it’s the U.S. that is showing off its military might.
More tough words from Kim Jong Un. Through state media he’s quoted as saying that North Korea is going “full speed and straight” to the goal of “completing its nuclear force” and is “nearly” there.
North Korea, which on Thursday threatened to turn the U.S. into “ashes and darkness” after the UN imposed new sanctions, is prepping for another missile launch, defense officials told Fox News.
Residents here are used to endless diatribes and offensive actions by the regime north of the DMZ.
Twenty years ago on August 31st, Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris. On this day, as in the weeks and months after the accident, she was remembered at a make-shift memorial to the woman beside a replica of the Statue of Liberty torch at Place de l’Alma.
Shining like a jagged American gem in the green dusk of an Irish evening, American singer-songwriter John Prine played and sang his heart out here recently at a 400-seat theater.
Tensions between U.S. and North Korea seem to have eased – at least for the moment.
A leading North Korea expert said the country is a year and a half away from creating a nuclear missile capable of reaching the United States.
We could say that American rock-and-roll icon Tom Petty and his Heartbreakers rode into the UK on a mission this weekend: To pick up the spirits of a ?people hit hard by terror attacks, a nasty election and a terrible fire.
There was activity this week on both sides of the Korean peninsula’s DMZ.
It’s the last day of campaigning before parliamentary elections in the UK and Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May seems confident of victory.
For the second time in three months, I’m reporting on a terror attack within commuting distance of my apartment in London. First, it was Westminster Bridge and Big Ben. Now, the London Bridge and environs.
Passions were strong among residents who came to the center of the city to lay flowers – just three days since the brutal attack here that killed 22 and injured dozens more.
I have covered a lot of terror attacks in my time, but the atrocity last night in Manchester has to rank as one of the worst.
LONDON Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is off the hook, for the moment, regarding some of his problems.
Outgoing President Francois Hollande was with President-elect Emmanuel Macron at a World War 2 commemoration in Paris on Monday. At 39, Macron is the youngest French president in modern history. He has never held elected office.
Hyeonseo Lee is one of the best-known defectors from North Korea.