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The attack, which left 19 dead and 25 injured, has sent shockwaves through Japan.
The attack took place at a facility for the disabled outside Tokyo.
Pyongyang is angry about plans for U.S. antimissile batteries to be deployed to the South.
Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to make Britain “a country that works for everyone.”
Britain’s exit from the E.U. has stirred a lot of unhappiness north of the border.
Labour under Corbyn has become split between establishment and grass-roots activists.
Analysts say the incoming prime minister offers a steady hand after weeks of turmoil.
Osborne will tell Wall Street that Britain will be "more open to that world than ever."
Dutch Euroskeptics are using the Brexit vote to boost their own push for leaving the bloc.
The Pyongyang-born sons of defector James Joseph Dresnok appear in an odd online video spouting pro-North Korea propaganda.