17 February 2017, 12:29 | Taylor George
Samsung Heir Again Faces Arrest in South Korea Bribery Scandal
If Park's impeachment holds, then she will become the first South Korean leader to leave office before her term ends. The investigation into Samsung is part of the wider one into dozens of other South Korean companies.
Pak asks Afghanistan to immediately handover 76 wanted terrorists
The security officials believe that militant groups now operate from the Afghanistan border region to launch attacks in Pakistan. Police said that a suicide bomber entered the Lal Shehbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan town of Sindh through its Golden Gate.
ICE Rounds Up 'Dreamer' in WA Immigration Raid
Rosenbaum, in the conference call, called the gang accusation racist and an attempt to cover up a mistaken arrest. The Democrat Inslee says his office has been trying to get information about the case from federal officials.
Head of Libya's unity govt to meet rival army chief
Last week, United Nations envoy Martin Kobler said that negotiations on "possible amendments" to the 2015 accord had been underway for two months.