It comes after Pyongyang released propaganda images showing Kim galloping on horseback through snowy mountains on his way up to Mount Paektu.
Officials used drones, helicopters, scent dogs and trail bikes in search of Deborah Pilgrim—but it was only due to her quick thinking that she was found.
Only days earlier, President Vladimir Putin has announced Russia would develop short and intermediate-range missiles.
Analysts believe the symbolic journey to Mount Paektu signals the possibility of new missile tests, or even a North Korean expedition into space.
Newspapers "Moskovsky Komsomolets" and "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" have criticized the move by the U.S. president, who is now seeking to impose sanctions on Turkey.
A Coca-Cola ad campaign in Hungary has led to anti-LGBTQ feelings and a fine of 500,000 HUF.
After numbers that nearly placed them near extinction due to commercial hunting, Southwest Atlantic humpback whales have made a comeback that has returned them to their pre-hunting days glory.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said "the attack on Iran was a sophisticated, state-sponsored action."
Google's new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones are not coming to India just yet, the company announced the day of its annual launch event in New York City Tuesday. This is the first time the tech giant has bypassed the country during a new release.
Protests have reached the second day after Catalan politicians and activists received between nine and 13 years for sedition and misuse of public funds related to the 2017 independence referendum.
Senior 2020 campaign adviser Lara Trump said average Americans had to "Google" who the Kurds of northern Syria even are before they could be outraged about President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw troops from the region.
Speaking of a potential fight between Turkey and Syria, the Kremlin's special Syria envoy said "it not just that no one is interested, it is simply unacceptable."
View staggering images of the D-Day invasion, one of World War II's most important battles.
Travelers have the ability to boycott places and events in order to force them to make ethical and moral changes. Or, alternatively, travelers can choose to visit those countries that have put in place good ethical practices, in order to encourage other destinations to follow suit.
"Nature provides the real experience. We just made it more accessible," says the architect of Camp Adventure's new observation deck.
"We should in a bipartisan way seek to ... change Turkey's behavior," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell said.
Nine Catalan leaders were sentenced to between nine and 13 years in prison by the Spanish supreme court on Monday.
Electrician Mohammad Rafique went to collect for a job he was owed in Pakistan, only for the client to unleash his pet lion on him.
Thomas Haining shook his three-week-old daughter Mikayla Haining while looking after her in June 2017, inflicting "catastrophic and unsurvivable" brain injuries.
The English soccer player is speaking out amid responses to an incident involving racist chants during Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier match between his team and Bulgaria.
A 58-year-old man and his children, aged between 16 and 25, had been in a remote farmhouse near Ruinerwold in the Drenthe region of the Netherlands.
Celebrity members of the task force advised the producers on the overall messaging, tone and theme of the ad.
"At a certain point, Turkey reached its limit," Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, regarding the influx of refugees from Syria into Turkey as a result of a brutal civil war raging in the country.
The hand-colored etching "Burning Giraffe" was worth $20,000 and was taken from the Dennis Rae Fine Art gallery in San Francisco.
Mavis Mohlala was on her way to attend a church service when she was attacked by a crocodile. She died four days later.