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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said he is committed to denuclearisation, but warned he will change course if the US continues its sanctions.
Egypt international Mohamed Salah is in line to retain his African Player of the Year award after being named on a three-man shortlist along with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane of Senegal and Arsenal’s Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
A 50-year-old German man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a xenophobic attack after driving his car into a group of people, including Syrian and Afghan citizens.
The brother of a US citizen arrested on Friday for spying in Russia has said News he is innocent and was in Moscow to attend a wedding.
US Strategic Command, which oversees America’s nuclear arsenal, has apologised for a tweet that said it was ready to “drop something much, much bigger” than New York’s Times Square ball.
The US space agency’s New Horizons probe has made contact with Earth to confirm its successful flyby of the icy world known as Ultima Thule.
A small van has ploughed into pedestrians celebrating the new year on one of Tokyo’s most famous streets.The man driving the car fled the scene but was later arrested by police for attempted murder.
Women in the southern Indian state of Kerala have formed a 620km (385-mile) human chain “in support of gender equality”, amid a row over access to a prominent Hindu temple.
Armed men believed to be traditional hunters have killed at least 37 people in an attack on a village in central Mali, the country’s government says.