Choe Kang II took a flight from Helsinki, Finland and arrived in Beijing Thursday morning before heading back to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). In the Finnish capital, Choe Kang II led a DPRK delegation and held informal talks with US diplomats and South Korean security experts.
2018-03-22 14:31 GMT+8
A self-driving Uber SUV struck and killed a pedestrian in the city of Tempe, Arizona. Video of the deadly self-driving vehicle crash in suburban Phoenix was released by police.
2018-03-22 14:20 GMT+8
An Internet cafe fridge suddenly exploded in central China, nearly hitting a customer. In the CCTV video footage, a fireball suddenly bursts out of a fridge in the Internet cafe when a man walks by. The incident took place in Pingdingshan City in Henan Province on March 19. Fortunately, the customer was not injured. The cause of the fireball is under investigation.
2018-03-22 12:50 GMT+8
Kosovo's opposition on Wednesday used tear gas several times to disrupt a parliamentary vote on a border demarcation deal with Montenegro. The Parliament carried on with the vote despite the gas disruption.
2018-03-22 12:16 GMT+8
A passenger bus careened off a winding dirt road and hurtled down a ravine south of the Philippine capital, killing 19 people, police said Wednesday.
2018-03-22 10:17 GMT+8
Data of some 50 million Facebook users was reportedly mined without permission to help build Donald Trump’s presidential campaign last Friday. Although both Cambridge Analytica and Facebook denied any wrongdoing, Facebook shares have plunged. US lawmakers have called for Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before Congress. Cambridge Analytica suspended its boss Alexander Nix on Tuesday. Can Facebook recover from CA data breach scandal?
2018-03-22 07:22 GMT+8
Israel's military admitted for the first time on Wednesday it was responsible for a 2007 air raid against a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor, a strike it was long believed to have carried out. The military revealed that eight F-15 fighter jets carried out the top-secret airstrikes against the facility in the Deir al-Zour region, 450 kilometers northwest of Damascus, destroying a site that had been in development for years and was scheduled to go into operation at the end of that year.
2018-03-21 23:07 GMT+8
People all over the world are celebrating this year’s World Down Syndrome Day by participating in events to advocate for the rights of those who are affected. Jen Blackwell, founder of DanceSyndrome, who also has Down syndrome, says she wants to inspire others by not allowing the syndrome to define her.
2018-03-21 22:47 GMT+8
At the source of China’s Yangtze River, CCTV captured over 300 videos of snow leopards within the span of three months. The snow leopard is a large cat native to the Pamir Mountains and Himalayan Plateau. It is listed as one of China’s first-class national protected animals.
2018-03-21 22:39 GMT+8
Bodybuilding is not new to Iraq, but iron-pumping US soldiers revolutionized the sport after the 2003 invasion that led to the ousting of Saddam Hussein, who had tightly controlled the import of gym equipment. US soldiers inspired Iraqi bodybuilders with new equipment and their gym-pumped physiques. 
2018-03-21 22:05 GMT+8
The female cub "Bao Li" was abandoned by its mother when it was born this January. According to tiger keepers, it can be common for a new tiger mother to leave her firstborn, often due to her unfamiliarity with motherhood. Under the zookeeper Wang's watchful eye, the adorable young cub has now grown to a very healthy six kilograms.
2018-03-21 21:13 GMT+8
Tattoos were once frowned upon in Iraq, but TV brought Western culture to the country, including images of inked celebrities. Body art found a foothold as part of a lively counterculture in the capital Baghdad. The presence of US soldiers sporting patriotically themed forearms also spurred the trend. Many want to put images from the country's recent past on their bodies. Skulls and religious symbols are among the most popular designs.
2018-03-21 20:54 GMT+8