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British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said yesterday that nobody wants armed conflict over North Korea's nuclear ambitions, but that US President Donald Trump is right to keep the option of military action open.

South Korea's Olympic organizers played down concern over ongoing tensions with North Korea on yesterday and also said that work has been completed on all venues for the 2018 Pyeongchang Games.

Fresh off a decisive election victory, Japan's leader pledged yesterday to tackle what he called Japan's two national crises: the military threat from North Korea and an aging and shrinking population.

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The Belgian government says that it wants to finally conclude an investigation into the "Mad Killers" gang which killed 28 people during the 1980s. The announcement followed a breakthrough into the possible identity of one gang member.

Catalonia's regional parliament will hold a debate this week on Spain's plan to take direct control of the northeastern region — a session many fear could become a cover for a vote on declaring independence.

Poland's President Andrzej Duda signed a law yesterday that will eventually increase the country's spending on defense to at least 2.5 percent of GDP, well above the 2 percent required by membership in NATO.

Catalonia's regional parliament will hold a debate this week on Spain's plan to take direct control of the northeastern region — a session many fear could become a cover for a vote on declaring independence.

Fresh off a decisive election victory, Japan's leader pledged Monday to tackle what he called Japan's two national crises: the military threat from North Korea and an aging and shrinking population.

Japan's defense minister asserted Monday that North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have grown to an "unprecedented, critical and imminent" level, requiring "different responses" to the threat.

The 37-year old Prime Minister of New Zealand answered a phone call from a journalist in Australia even though she was in a meeting.

Thieves are now targeting cans of Spam from stores in Honolulu, Hawaii.

When the propaganda film, "The Founding of an Army," hit theaters in China recently, the reaction wasn't quite what the ruling Communist Party might have hoped.

Japan's ruling coalition appeared headed to an impressive win in national elections in what would represent an endorsement for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's nearly five-year leadership.

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