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Citizens worried, but Seoul mum on Trump's N. Korea threat
When North Korea makes a threat, the government in Seoul usually vents its anger while South Koreans mostly shrug off what can seem like a daily barrage of hostility.
Top Two Officers on Navy Ship in Deadly Collision Off Japan to Be Relieved of Duties
New York Times
The ship, the destroyer Fitzgerald, collided with a cargo freighter in the middle of the night, killing seven sailors.
EpiPen maker finalizes $465 million settlement for government overcharges
EpiPen maker Mylan has finalized a $465 million government agreement settling allegations it overbilled Medicaid for its emergency allergy injectors...
Iran reformist leader Mehdi Karroubi ends hunger strike
Opposition figurehead who has been under house arrest since 2011 resumes eating after government withdraws agents from his homeIran’s opposition...
Man reportedly shouting 'Allahu Akbar' stabs people in Finland
Police in Finland shot a man who reportedly screamed "Allahu Akbar" before stabbing at least six people on Friday.
Iranian opposition leader ends hunger strike after government agrees to relax house arrest
Mehdi Karroubi, who was hospitalized, has been confined for six years after leading Iran’s 2009 election protests.