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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, with his daughter, center right, reportedly named Ju Ae, review the honor guard during their visit to the navy headquarter in North Korea
North Korea Launches Missile Toward Sea After US Flies Bomber During Drills

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the launch occurred Wednesday but gave no further details, such as how far the missile flew.

A woman cries at her son's grave who died fighting in the war
Ukraine Marks Independence Day; Vows to Keep Fighting Russia as it Remembers the Fallen

Ukraine marks its second Independence Day since the invasion of Russia, while locals take the national holiday to remember their fallen loved ones.

Yevgeny Prigozhin
Jet Crash in Russia Kills 10, Officials Say; Wagner Chief on Passenger List

A crash in the Tver region of Russia killed 10, Wagner Group's chief Prigozhin is presumed to have been on board.

Soyuz-2.1b rocket with the moon lander Luna 25 automatic station
Russia's Luna-25 Crashes Into the Moon, Ending Bid To Reach Lunar South Pole

Russia's first moon mission in nearly 50 years ended with a crash landing, ending their bid to reach the lunar south pole.

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, left, speaks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, center, and his wife First Lady Olena Zelenska, right
Zelenskyy Thanks Danes in Person For F-16s; Planes Have No Immediate War Impact

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy traveled to Denmark to thank lawmakers for providing F-16s to Ukraine in the continued fight against Russia.

A TV screen shows a file image of American soldier Travis King
North Korea Officially Confirms It Has Detained US Soldier Travis King

North Korean news outlets are now asserting that King chose to enter their country after becoming disillusioned with America.

Children hold Taliban flags during a celebration.
Taliban Believe Their Rule is Open-Ended, Won't Lift Ban on Female Education

The Taliban spokesman made it clear in a recent interview that the ban on female education will remain and their rule of Afghanistan is open-ended.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, rides on an armored vehicle.
North Korea's Kim Orders Sharp Increase in Missile Production

In response to South Korea and U.S. drills, North Korea amps up missile production, making their feelings on the drills very clear.

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2 Years After Fall of Kabul, Thousands of Afghans Still Wait For US Visas

When the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, Shukria Sediqi knew her days in safety were numbered.

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