China has turned down calls by the United States to confront North Korea, saying the handling of Pyongyang’s nuclear program does not concern Beijing.
China rejects US calls to confront North Korea
A former police officer has claimed that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte used to pay him and other police officers to murder criminals.
Policeman says Philippine’s Duterte paid him to kill criminals
Police in Malaysia seek to question a senior official in the North Korean Embassy in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, in connection with the murder of the North Korean leader’s half-brother in the city last week.
Malaysia seeks to question North Korea embassy official over Kim’s killing
The Amnesty International rights group has slammed Australia for rights violations against Aboriginals in the country as well as asylum seekers held off shores, saying indigenous kids are 24 times more likely to be arrested than their non-native peers.
Amnesty censures Australian rights abuses
China has stepped up its own pressure on North Korea over its missile and nuclear programs, suspending imports of North Korean coal, a major source of revenue for the government in Pyongyang.
China targets North Korea with rare trade measure

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