Ukraine calls on Western powers to share intelligence on plane crash
Ukraine asked Western powers to share data to help determine whether it was an Iranian missile that caused a plane crash earlier this week. Germany's foreign minister is calling for "the greatest possible transparency."
U.S. to sanction Turkey over missile spat
The White House has reportedly settled on a sanctions package to punish Turkey for receiving parts of a Russian missile defense system. We learned that the U.S. is preparing to announce them later this week. But the expectation among lira traders is that the economic impact will be minimum.
U.S. and South Korea agree on more sanctions against Pyongyang
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump agree to exert stronger pressure through sanctions on North Korea following its nuclear and missile tests.
After latest N.Korea missile test, U.S. says it has military options
The U.S. has military options to deal with North Korea. That message coming hours after Pyongyang shot yet another missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean.
North Korea missile tests "not a threat" - Japan
Japanese Cabinet Minister Yoshihide Suga said North Korea's missile launch on Saturday posed no threat to Japan but they remained on high alert.
Guam Catholics pray for peace amid North Korean missile threats
Catholics attending a Sunday mass in Guam pray for peace amid missile threats from North Korea.
North Korea missile tests expected to take centre stage as ASEAN Foreign Ministers meeting kicks off
ASEAN Foreign ministers have opened a regional meeting in the Philippines capital, stressing the need for partnership. But with North Korea in attendance, its recent missile tests are likely to dominate discussions.
Trump promises to "handle" North Korea
President Trump vows to deal with the North Korea missile crisis, telling reporters during a cabinet meeting, “we handle everything,” without offering specifics.
North Korea's missile test 'clear and present danger' to U.S.: Sen. Feinstein
Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on CBS 'Face the Nation' that North Korea's latest missile test presents a 'clear and present danger' to the U.S, as the North develops missiles that may go as far east as Chicago. She hoped that the new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is replacing Reince Priebus, will begin 'serious negotiation' with North Korea to stop the program.