Tellus World News Update

  • Men Gang Rape, Murder Woman in IndiaMen Gang Rape, Murder Woman in India
    An Indian woman was gang-raped and then brutally murdered by men who smashed her skull with bricks after she had threatened to inform authorities, police in the northern state of Haryana said on Monday. Two men were arrested for rape and murder in Sonipat town, and six more were being investigated
  • U.S. Missile Defense System Now Ready to Defend South KoreaU.S. Missile Defense System Now Ready to Defend South Korea
    The US military says its missile defence system -known as THAAD – has reached initial operational capacity in South Korea. It won’t be fully functioning for some months but a South Korean Defence Ministry spokesman confirmed the system has early capability to respond to the nuclear and missile
  • Infighting in Syria’s Ghouta Leaves 100 DeadInfighting in Syria’s Ghouta Leaves 100 Dead
    At least 95 opposition fighters and civilians have been killed during infighting in a rebel-held district in Damascus suburbs, according to a monitor. In the third day of clashes, the infighting between Jaish al-Islam group against al-Rahman Corps and the al-Qaeda-linked Levant Liberation Committee
  • Emmanuel Macron Works to Sway French ElectionsEmmanuel Macron Works to Sway French Elections
    French election frontrunner Emmanuel Macron urged voters on Monday to turn the page on the last 20 years and bring a new generation to power, as he stepped up attacks against resurgent far-left and conservative rivals six days before voting day. Macron, a 39-year-old pro-EU centrist who would
  • North Korea Says It Is ‘Ready for War’North Korea Says It Is ‘Ready for War’
    North Korea is “ready for war” the foreign ministry said the day after the U.S. redeployed an aircraft carrier from the Western Pacific toward the Korean Peninsula. According to a statement reported by state media channel the North Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA), the government has promised
  • Cholera, Famine Spread in Drought-Stricken SomaliaCholera, Famine Spread in Drought-Stricken Somalia
    Cholera is spreading in Somalia, further complicating drought relief efforts as the country teeters on famine. Health officials are complaining about a lack of access to some areas due to security challenges. Health workers say at least 300 new cases and dozens of deaths are reported each day.
  • Trump Says U.S. Ready to Act Alone on North KoreaTrump Says U.S. Ready to Act Alone on North Korea
    President Donald Trump says if China is not going to solve the problem of North Korea, “we will.” “China has a great influence over North Korea,” Trump told London’s Financial Times. “And China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won’t
  • Eight Arrested Following Attacks in LondonEight Arrested Following Attacks in London
    {By Laura Smith-Spark and Carol Jordan, CNN} Police investigating the deadliest London terror attack in 12 years have arrested eight people in raids around Britain, as an ISIS-affiliated news agency claimed that the extremist group was behind the outrage. Prime Minister Theresa May revealed the
  • U.S., South Korea Vow Sanctions on Kim Jong Un After Failed TestU.S., South Korea Vow Sanctions on Kim Jong Un After Failed Test
    By Kanga Kong Hamilton Spectator South Korea and U.S. officials vowed “strong punitive steps” against Kim Jong Un’s regime if it continued provocations after North Korea appeared to conduct a failed missile test on Wednesday. Meeting in Seoul, Kim Hong-Kyun, South Korea’s
  • ‘Sudden Death’ of Kim Jong Un’s Half-Brother Investigated‘Sudden Death’ of Kim Jong Un’s Half-Brother Investigated
    RepublishReprint North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half-brother died Monday after becoming ill at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, according to Selangor State Criminal Investigations Department Chief Fadzil Ahmat. Another police source told CNN the man who died is named Kim

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