North Korea's Kim says US is Pyongyang's 'biggest enemy'
January 9, 2021
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the United States is his nuclear-armed nation's "biggest enemy", state media reported Saturday, as he threw down the diplomatic gauntlet to the incoming administration of Joe Biden.
November 16, 2020
North Korea's Kim orders tightening of anti-virus measures amid global pandemic
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered a tightening of state emergency anti-coronavirus systems in the face of the worldwide pandemic, as he presided over a meeting of the politburo of the ruling Workers Party, state news agency KCNA said on Monday.
August 11, 2020
Lebanese demand change after government quits over Beirut blast
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Angry Lebanese said the government’s resignation on Monday did not come close to addressing the tragedy of last week’s Beirut explosion and demanded the removal of what
August 8, 2020
Thai protesters demand the release of anti-government activists
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Dozens of protesters gathered in front of a Bangkok court on Saturday to demand the release of activist leaders, vowing to escalate anti-government demonstrations with a call
July 18, 2020
Lockdown-hit traders march towards Parliament House in protest
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Traders affected by the lockdown marched towards Parliament to press for their demands, including six-day a week business and relief for them. They staged a sit-in
July 14, 2020
Oil prices drop on demand recovery fears amid US virus surge
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Oil prices fell around 2% in early trade on Tuesday on worries that new clampdowns on businesses to stem surging coronavirus cases in California and other US
July 12, 2020
Trump's push to reopen schools part of bid to boost suburban standing
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s demand for US schools to fully reopen this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic is central to an emerging re-election strategy that seeks to resuscitate