Burma’s de facto leader cast the conflict as just one of many problems ailing the country.
The United States has been urging countries to cut diplomatic ties with Pyongyang.
Growing North Korean threat sparks debate over expanding South Korean draft to women.
But voters signal they want change with strong opposition showing.
Those fleeing Burma’s military crackdown say civilians were gunned down and villages torched.
At least 60 right-to-information advocates have been killed since 2005.
A 10-year campaign has created a system that relies on voluntary donors.
The Lahore contest depicts ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif as a corrupt leader or a plot victim.
As Trump renews call to terminate Korus, South Koreans stress its mutual benefits.
New analysis of seismic data suggests the bomb’s yield could have been up to 250 kilotons.
No players or spectators were harmed and the match continued after a pause.
The isolated country warned the United States that it would retaliate but did not elaborate.
From migrant fishermen in Karachi, outrage spread across the country.
The U.S. is “alarmed” by allegations of killings and village burning by the Burmese military.
The U.S. and its allies pushed for a full embargo.