"The issue of a crime against humanity committed in time of war cannot be closed with just a word," said Moon Jae-in.
In the last few days, a few prisoners at Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility have used violence to try and get their way.
Ceremonial firing illegal in India but remains rife across South Asia.
Japan's Sanitary Equipment Industry Association has finally ended years of confusion over the the nation's electric toilets.
British woman Jemma Lilley, who was "obsessed with serial killers", is sentenced to life imprisonment for "bucket list murder" of autistic teenager Aaron Pajich in Perth, Australia.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has now promised to hold election no later than February 2019.
The Afghan government offers to recognise Taliban as a political force, provide passports and withdrawal of sanctions in return for talks.
Tolino Chishi said, "I didn't know what semen flinging was, I learnt that today. My kurti tells the tale" on her Instagram post.
The child's nanny – who has just been referred to as Parveen – was caught physically abusing the girl with a long cane stick in the video.
North Korea's arms exporter is believed to have made at least 40 shipments through a complex smuggling network.
Two Christians were flogged in public for playing a children's game in Aceh province.
South Korean air force scrambles 10 fighters to monitor the intruding aircraft's activities in the zone.
The man told police after his arrest that the girl had seduced him and flirted with him by eating ice cream and bananas in a provocative manner.
The Islamic State claims responsibility for the killing of a police officer in Srinagar.
Three-year-old Hadrien stole the show during his father's eight-day diplomatic trip to India.