North Korea


G7 leaders visit Hiroshima memorial in shadow of new threats

Under a gunmetal sky and driving rain, leaders of some of the world's most powerful nations gathered in Hiroshima on Friday to confront the horrors of nuclear weapons.

G7 leaders, including the heads of nuclear-armed Britain, France and the United States, arrived at the city's Peace Park to a sodden red carpet welcome from Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, who is from Hiroshima.

Permission granted

He gave green light for his "future action plan", state media in Pyongyang reported.
During his visit to North Korea's aviation agency, he emphasized that reconnaissance from space is key to confronting the US and South Korea, reports AP.

Bulgaria is now up 20 Points in the Reporters Without Borders Index

Bulgaria has climbed 20 spots in the annual Media Freedom Index of the non-governmental organization Reporters Without Borders. According to the organization, this freedom remains fragile and unstable in our country, which is "one of the poorest and most corrupt in the European Union".

US President Joe Biden had a Cheat Sheet showing He was Aware of the Question posed by a Journalist

A cheat sheet held by US President Joe Biden, during a Wednesday press conference with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, has revealed that he knew beforehand about the question to be asked by a journalist, reported New York Post.

The US, South Korea and Japan have started Trilateral Missile Defense Exercises

The US, South Korea and Japan have begun joint trilateral missile defense exercises in the Sea of Japan. Three destroyer squadrons from the three countries will participate in the maneuvers, the Seoul Navy said, quoted by South Korea's Yonhap news agency.