Skaters Kam Alex Kang Chan and Kim Ju-sik make light work of easing decades of rising diplomatic tensions on Korean peninsula.
Nato is considering a renewed commitment to a long-term training mission in Iraq as the US puts pressure on its European allies to help hold the country against Isis militants.
North Koreans lucky enough to own a mobile phone can play patriotic shoot-'em-up as propaganda war moves into video games.
Power in pariah state of North Korea is a family affair as Kim's little sister moves further into world spotlight at Winter Olympics.
Washington and Pyongyang swap nuclear warnings again as they accuse each other of ratcheting up tensions on Korean peninsula.
Germany has granted asylum to four Turkish soldiers, one of whom is accused of being a leading figure in the failed July 2016 military coup.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says air force could use civilian airport on Kurile Islands, claimed by both Russia and Japan.
Polish senate backs bill making it illegal to attribute crimes of Nazi Germany to Polish state or people.
State-run news agency responds to State of the Union onslaught on regime with claims of US corruption, racism and divisive policies.
British embassy sale is largest land deal in Thai history.
North Korea is also cutting back on training exercises as new crippling sanctions take hold, according to General Vincent K Brooks, commander of US Forces in Korea.
Kim Jong-un has nearly emptied an important "slush fund" inherited from his father with recent nuclear and missile tests designed to scare Donald Trump
Bhutan's glamorous royal has 87.3 thousand Instagram followers and is an online celebrity in Himalayan kingdom. So who is she?
Australia Day celebrations on January 26 are unwelcome reminder for some of the country's colonial past.
The US president Donald Trump told the UK PM Theresa May she could be the next Churchill, it has been reported.
Some Russian politicians have opposed the release of the film, which they claim is "extremist" and offensive.
Police in Japan have arrested and charged two Chinese men who smuggled banned goods into North Korea.
The Aegis Ashore systems will cover all of Japan- one from the northern shores and one from the south east.
The Bayeux Tapestry which depicts the Norman invasion in 1066 will come to Britain for the first time in nearly a millennium.
Michael Wolff said that President Donald Trump's cancellation of his visit to London was not over the US's embassy but instead the kind of welcome he might receive.