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The launch, confirmed by the South, is the latest in a series of missile tests by Pyongyang.
A share of the spoils moves Arsenal up to 12th, but the performance did little to suggest they will trouble the contenders for places in next season's Champions League come the end of the season.
CBSE Class 10 board exam will begin from 30 November, while Class 12 exams will commence from 1 December 2021.
“This is a disheartening day for our football program,” Washington State University's athletic director said.
A group of 10 military vessels from China and Russia sailed through a narrow strait separating Japan's main island and its northern island of Hokkaido on Monday, the Japanese defence ministry said on Tuesday. It was the first time Japan, which closely monitors military exercises in its region, has confirmed the passage of Chinese and Russian naval vessels sailing together through the Tsugaru Strait, which separates the Sea of Japan from the Pacific.
Japan on Tuesday kicked off its first official day of campaigning ahead of the Oct 31 general election, with a media poll showing support for the ruling party easing, in a blow for recently installed prime minister Fumio Kishida. Kishida's approval rating was at 46%, according to a poll by public broadcaster NHK conducted over the weekend, down three percentage points from a week prior. Key election issues will be revitalising the economy and the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
LeBron James averaged just 33.4 minutes and played in only 45 games last season, both career-lows.
Mexico City prosecutors announced Monday they have brought criminal charges against 10 “individuals and companies” for construction and design defects that caused an elevated subway line to collapse in May, killing 26 people. Ulises Lara, the spokesman for the city attorney general, said the charges are for negligent or involuntary homicide, damages and causing injuries. Lara said that no arrest warrants were issued for those involved and that they would be told to appear before a judge at the initial hearing in the case, scheduled for Oct. 25.
The statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee was removed from a public park in Dallas after a city council vote in 2017
The celebrities hit the Dancing with the Stars ballroom on Monday to perform tributes to 1978's Grease, with special appearances from Olivia Newton-John and more
The dapper 70-year-old academic-turned-US diplomat is quitting less than two months after American forces withdrew from the country
The PM said ministers will not be ‘naive’ about allowing Beijing access to the UK’s critical national infrastructure.
School Resource Officer return to Aptos High 2 months after deadly stabbing of student
A Littleton man was living out his dream running a food truck custom made to fit his 6-foot-8 frame until thieves stole it from right in front of his home.
Winston-Salem City Council passes COVID-19 vaccine policy
Monterey County Sheriff Steve Bernal won't seek reelection
In a statement released by his political action committee, the former president said the case “should have never been brought”
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Donald Trump on Monday sought to block the release of documents related to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection to a House committee investigating the attack, challenging President Joe Biden's initial decision to waive executive privilege. In a federal lawsuit, Trump said the committee's August request was “almost limitless in scope,” and sought many records that weren't connected to the siege. He called it a “vexatious, illegal fishing expedition” that was “untethe
Lawyers representing Kobe Bryant's widow have accused officials of "scorched-earth" tactics that are designed to "bully" her into dropping a lawsuit against them. Vanessa Bryant is suing Los Angeles County after first responders took and shared graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, their teenage daughter and seven others. In her lawsuit, Ms Bryant has accused the county of invading her privacy and says she suffered "severe emotional distress" because of what the first responders did.
The 3,600 year old Nebra Sky Disc will be on display from February next year