South Korean officials said they will not provide Iranian and North Korean players with Samsung smartphones which are available free to all other athletes at the Winter Olympics starting Friday.
S Korea: No Samsung smartphones for Iran, N Korea Olympic athletes
South Korean officials said they will not provide Iranian and North Korean players with Samsung smartphones which are available free to all other athletes at the Winter Olympics starting Friday.
S Korea denies smartphones to Iran, N Korea players
Republican and Democratic senators have grilled Trump administration officials about the war in Afghanistan, saying American taxpayers’ money is being wasted on a failed war.
Republican, Democratic senators question Trump’s Afghan strategy
The fourth political consultative committee of Iran and Singapore was held in Tehran on Wednesday.
Iran-Singapore fourth consultative committee kicks off in Tehran
South Korea says it will discuss with the United States and other countries whether to meet a request by Pyongyang to provide fuel for a North Korean ferry that transported an art troupe to the South for a performance during the Winter Olympics.
South Korea mulling over provision of fuel to North Korean ferry
Japan's Princess Mako is postponing her wedding to her college sweetheart until 2020 due to a lack of time to plan the nuptials, media reports say.
Japan's Princess Mako postpones wedding to commoner Kei Komuro
Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mahdi Sanaei hoped that as Tehran-Moscow diplomatic ties have made eye-catching progress, Persian language and literature, too, should promote in Russia.
Iran envoy calls for expansion of Persian language in Russia
Rescuers combed through the rubble of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, some using their hands as they searched for about 145 people missing after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck near the popular Taiwanese tourist city of Hualien overnight.
Four dead, scores missing in Taiwan quake
North Korea has accused the United States of "deploying large nuclear assets" on the Korean Peninsula and laying the foundation for a potential preemptive strike against it.
North Korea accuses US of deploying large nukes, mulling preemptive strike
The top American military officer, Marine General Joseph Dunford, has warned that any war between the United States and North Korea would be "nasty."
Top US General Dunford says war with North Korea will be 'nasty'

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