South Korean air force scrambles 10 fighters to monitor the intruding aircraft's activities in the zone.
"I would pay to see Trump run," one person tweeted.
The Islamic State claims responsibility for the killing of a police officer in Srinagar.
As many as 30 ministerial changes were announced by South Africa's new president, Cyril Ramaphosa.
The president suggested that the US had a trade deficit with the neighbouring country despite signing a report confirming a trade surplus.
The European Commission's draft Brexit deal will insist that Northern Ireland agree to Brussels' rules.
A survivor of the Florida school shooting is being accused of being a crisis actor and has even received death threats, his mother has revealed.
Twitter immediately blasted President Donald Trump and his administration with accusations of "blatant nepotism".
President Vladimir Putin spoke to Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron over the violence in Syria.
The Labour leader accused the Conservatives of having "no economic plan and no plan for Brexit."
Chinese state media and foreign ministry rallies behind the proposal that president's two-term restriction will soon be removed.
"You don't represent us," one Twitter user asserted.
The South Korean president has asked Washington and Pyongyang to lower their expectations before engaging in a dialogue.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was asked in an interview when she and her partner had conceived their child.
Church leaders say the Israeli government's violations of the status quo are at an "unprecedented level".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will outline how he wants a new relationship with the EU's single market, including tariff-free access.
North Korea's top delegation, led by Kim Yong-chol, is in South Korea to take part in the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.
India and Pakistan exchange fire on the border areas of the restive Kashmir region with both sides blaming each other for the escalation.
Israeli satellites spot two of Moscow's advanced fighter aircraft, Su-57, at an airbase in Syria.
The Chinese communist party's powerful Central Committee has proposed a major constitutional change to allow Xi Jinping to continue beyond two terms.