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Update: Fri, Jun 22 2018    

South Korean leader demands - concrete' plans for denuclearisation by North

South Korea's president has urged the North to show a plan for concrete steps towards denuclearisation, raising the pressure on Kim Jong Un during his visit to Beijing. The North Korean leader is on his third visit to China this year, to discuss the outcome of his summit with Donald Trump, underscoring the major improvement in relations between the communist neighbours.

US quitting UN Human Rights Council over - chronic bias'

The United States has announced it is leaving the United Nations' Human Rights Council, with Ambassador Nikki Haley calling it "an organisation that is not worthy of its name". Ms Haley, President Donald Trump's envoy to the UN, said the US had given the human rights body "opportunity after opportunity" to make changes.

Father of boy found dead at Beachy Head mourns loss of 'brightest star'

Police and coastguard discovered the bodies of 42-year-old Cheryl Tompsett and her five-year-old son Leo Tompsett on Monday. The father of a five-year-old boy who was found dead with his mother at Beachy Head has described the loss of "our brightest star".

Club promoter spared jail after killing public schoolboy with single punch

A club promoter has been spared jail despite being convicted of killing a public schoolboy with a single punch during a night out at a Greek resort. Harrow pupil Archie Lloyd was celebrating the end of his A-Level exams with friends in Malia when he was knocked to the ground on August 6 2015 by Sebastian Trabucatti.

Plane carrying Saudi Arabia team bursts into flames

An engine burst into flames during the landing of a Russian plane carrying the Saudi Arabian football team to a World Cup host city, but nobody was hurt, officials said. The federal agency for air traffic said in a statement that the Airbus plane flying from St Petersburg to the southern city of Rostov-on-Don landed safely on Monday evening and no emergency procedures were required.

The Latest: Health official says 6 dead in coalition strike

A senior Houthi-linked health official says the Saudi-led coalition has bombed a bus carrying civilians, killing six people on the outskirts of the Yemeni city of Hodeida. Yahia Sharaf Eddin says four of the dead are women and that the Tuesday strike took place in al-Gharasi district, just outside the city.

China says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visiting Beijing

Chinese state media say North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make a two-day visit to Beijing starting Tuesday following his groundbreaking summit with President Donald Trump in Singapore last week. Security was tight Tuesday morning at the Beijing airport where paramilitary police prevented journalists from shooting photos.

What the papers say - " June 19

The Financial Times reports that the PM will give Chancellor Philip Hammond a "free hand" to rip up the Tory party's manifesto pledges on tax in order to pay for the 20 billion plan. Mrs May has warned that taxpayers will have the shoulder some of the cost of the NHS funding package, the i says, while the Daily Express reports that the PM has promised tax rises will be "fair and balanced".

Driver who hated Queen attacked police near Buckingham Palace with sword'

An Islamic State-inspired Uber driver attacked police with a Samurai sword outside Buckingham Palace because he hated the Queen, a court has heard. Officers bravely wrestled a 42in long blade from the hands of Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 27, after he crashed his car outside the palace, jurors were told.

Merkel, allies avert collision for now in German migrant row

Chancellor Angela Merkel's allies in Bavaria averted an immediate collision Monday with the German leader, giving her two weeks to make deals on migration with other European countries instead of turning back migrants unilaterally at Germany's border. In her fourth term at the helm of Europe's largest economy, Merkel made it clear that she has no intention of being pushed around after an internal power struggle over immigration escalated into a threat to her government.

Boris Becker not a Central African Republic diplomat, foreign minister says

Central African Republic's foreign minister has said retired German tennis star Boris Becker does not have diplomatic status in his role as a sports attache for the country, according to reports. He argues that, as CAR's attache to the European Union on sporting, cultural and humanitarian affairs, he is covered by a 1961 convention on diplomatic relations.

Meghan cried when I said I wouldn't be at her wedding to Harry - " Thomas Markle

The Duchess of Sussex's father has said his daughter cried when he confessed he would not be attending her wedding to Prince Harry. Thomas Markle said he had broken the news to Meghan in an emotional phone call just days before she was due to walk down the aisle in Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel.

News 13 Mins Ago The Latest: 3 confirmed dead in western Japan earthquake

A 9-year-old girl and two men in their 80s have been killed by a strong earthquake in the western Japan metropolis of Osaka. It set off multiple building fires and toppled walls.

Armed forces need cash boost to meet growing threat from Russia - " report

Britain's armed forces need a significant hike in funding to meet the resurgent threat from states like Russia and fill existing "black holes" in their finances, a new parliamentary report has said. The report from the Commons Defence Committee said the Government should start the process of moving the level of defence spending up from 2% to 3% of total GDP.

England players sense grim war history of city they prepare to play in

Playing football in the once war-ravaged city of Volgograd has given England's players perspective, manager Gareth Southgate said. The city, formerly known as Stalingrad, is the site of one of the bloodiest battles in history, with estimates suggesting the number of troops killed, captured or wounded on both sides was nearly two million.

Family: Palestinian lawmaker's detention extended by Israel

The family of a female Palestinian lawmaker who has been held without charge for nearly a year says that Israel has extended her detention by four months. Khalida Jarrar was scheduled to be released on June 30. But her husband, Ghassan, said Sunday that her lawyer was informed of the extension by Israeli authorities.

News 17 Mins Ago Suicide bomber targets Afghans celebrating truce, killing 14

A suicide bomber struck in Afghanistan's eastern city of Jalalabad on Sunday, killing at least 14 people in the second attack in as many days targeting Taliban fighters, security forces and civilians celebrating a holiday cease-fire. Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the governor of Nangarhar province, said another 45 people were wounded in the attack, which struck a crowd of people as they left the governor's compound.