SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — President Donald Trump’s latest tweets on North Korea, in which he said his top diplomat is wasting his time trying to start talks, were seen by some in Asia as sowing confusion and by others as hard reality.
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VIENNA — A law prohibiting any kind of full-face covering, known popularly as the “Burqa Ban,” takes effect Sunday in Austria, where the strong support for it portends potential political upheaval in the upcoming national election.
BOSTON—No. 1 if by land, No. 2 if by sea?
Archaeologists are excavating what they believe was the site of an outhouse next door to Paul Revere's home and the “privy,” as the colonists politely called their potties, could be flush with artifacts.
Historians say people typically dumped trash and household goods in their outhouses.
HICKORY CORNERS, Mich.—A different kind of driving lesson—in a vehicle with a top speed of 65 km/h that hasn't been produced in nearly a century—is gaining traction in western Michigan.
More than 500 people have learned to drive a Model T at the Gilmore Car Museum near Kalamazoo this year.
WASHINGTON—Nearly 300 species of fish, mussels, and other sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific Ocean on debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami, washing ashore alive in the United States, researchers reported yesterday.
It is the largest and longest marine migration ever documented, outside experts and the researchers said.
BANGKOK — The prejudice and hostility that Rohingya Muslims face in Myanmar stretch beyond the country’s notoriously brutal security forces to a general population receptive to an often-virulent form of Buddhist nationalism that has seen a resurgence since the end of military rule.
MEXICO CITY—Civil defence officials in northeast Mexico say a light rain was accompanied by small fish that fell from the sky.
Tamaulipas civil defence said in a brief statement that rain Tuesday in the coastal city of Tampico included fish.
Photos posted on the agency's Facebook page show four small fish in a bag and another on a sidewalk.
MEXICO CITY — Civil defence officials in northeast Mexico say a light rain was accompanied by small fish that fell from the sky.
Tamaulipas civil defence says in a brief statement that rain Tuesday in the coastal city of Tampico included fish. Photos posted on the agency’s Facebook page show four small fish in a bag and another on a sidewalk.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — First, Hurricane Maria knocked out power and water to Puerto Rico. Then diesel fuel, gas and water became scarce. Now, it’s money.
MEXICO CITY—Survivors still are being pulled from rubble in Mexico City as rescue operations stretch into a fourth day today—spurring hope among desperate relatives gathered at the sites of buildings collapsed by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake.
Mexico's federal police said several people were lifted out of the debris of two buildings yesterday.