Biden accepts PM's offer, will visit Japan in the spring
President Joe Biden on Friday accepted an invitation to visit Japan in the late spring during his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, according to a senior administration official.
Biden accepts Japanese Prime Minister's invitation to visit later this year
(CNN)President Joe Biden on Friday accepted an invitation to visit Japan in the late spring during his virtual meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, according to a senior administration official.
UN chief: World worse now due to COVID, climate, conflict
As he starts his second term as U.N. secretary-general, Antonio Guterres said Thursday the world is worse in many ways than it was five years ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions that have sparked conflicts everywhere - but unlike U.S. President Joe Biden he thinks Russia will not invade Ukraine
UK's Liz Truss warns Russia of 'terrible quagmire' if it invades Ukraine
Liz Truss, the UK foreign secretary, has warned Russia that any invasion of Ukraine would only lead to "a terrible quagmire and loss of life" on the scale of the Soviet-Afghan war.
'Stuck in perilous moment': Doomsday Clock holds at 100 seconds to midnight
The Doomsday Clock, established 75 years ago by scientists to illustrate the danger of human extinction, remains at 100 seconds to midnight according to a panel of experts.
No 'fire and fury' yet, but a game of nuclear brinkmanship with North Korea looms
North Korea has already conducted four test launches of ballistic missiles this year, but they could be a mere precursor to more serious provocations, as Kim Jong-un's regime attempts to break the nuclear stalemate with the US.
Analysis | How Kim Jong Un Keeps Advancing His Nuclear Program
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has shown no interest in resuming talks with the U.S. after agreeing in 2018 to work toward "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."
India daily COVID-19 case count reaches eight-month peak: Live
India reports 271,202 daily COVID cases; report says UK is to stop asking fully vaccinated travellers to test on their return.
North Korean train makes first crossing into China since Covid border lockdown
A North Korean cargo train has reportedly pulled into a Chinese border town in what would be the first confirmed crossing since its anti-coronavirus border lockdowns began.
North Korean Hackers Stole $400 Million in Cryptocurrency Last Year - Ether Accounts for 58% of Stolen Funds - News Bitcoin News
North Korean Hackers Stole $400 Million in Crypto Last Year