The woman, Lee Yong Soo, was enslaved by the Japanese Army during World War II when she was just 16-years-old. She is one of around 30 living "comfort women" who served the Japanese.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CBI conference that preliminary trade talks between US and UK governments are already underway.
Seven assassins were reportedly sent to China to kill Kim Jong-un's nephew, Kim Han-sol, whose father Kim Jong-nam was allegedly killed with nerve agent at Kuala Lumpur airport.
Former deputy ambassador to the United Kingdon, Thae Yong-ho gave evidence to US lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Former deputy ambassador to the UK, Thae Yong-ho said Kim Jong-Un was a "hidden boy" now trying to lie to North Koreans about his upbringing.
Kazakhstan has announced plans to change the nation's name in a bid to break free from decades of Russian political influence.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy dismissed the regional government, setting the stage for early elections.
The incumbent ran on predictable platform in unpredictable times and prevailed despite his ambition to change the constitution few have an appetite for.
200 years after David Ricardo's heyday, why are we seeing a swing towards protectionism from those who describe themselves as leftists?
The State Department said the US would withdraw from UNESCO on 31 December 2018 and seek to establish an observer mission instead.
US president Donald Trump \'will meet the Queen after all\' when he comes to Europe in 2018 despite attempts to downgrade his visit which was first offered to him a state one.
Russian lawmaker Anton Morozov relayed North Korea's ambitions to his party after a visit to the dictatorship, Russian media reported.
The Nato allies are drifting apart when the West needs Turkey to be close, and it\'s tragic for both sides.
The UK desperately wants talks to move on to future trade and security arrangements but EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says more needs to be done on the withdrawal issues first.
Move part of Baghdad's stepped-up efforts to isolate the Kurds following their vote on independence earlier this week.
Rusi report says "war is now a real possibility' and would kill hundreds of thousands of people.
Michel Barnier says 'several weeks, even several months' needed for clarity but counterpart David Davis sounds more upbeat.
Theresa May quips US aircraft maker's behaviour is not what she expected from a "long-term partner"
Brent futures spike on anticipation of higher demand and geopolitical tension.
He said that it was the US who has made a declaration of war.