U.S. President Donald Trump welcomed three former U.S. prisoners who landed at a military base near Washington on Thursday after being released by North Korea, thanking leader Kim Jong Un and sounding upbeat on a planned summit between the two.
Several people were killed when a vehicle drove into a crowd in the western German city of Muenster on Saturday, police said.
“There are several dead, probably including the suspect,” a police spokeswoman said.
A security source added: “The scenario is such that an attack cannot be ruled out.”
The Latest on the corruption verdict for former South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
A lawyer of ex-South Korean President Park Geun-hye has called her sentence of 24 years in prison over corruption “very bad” and hinted that she would appeal.
Kang Cheol-gu told reporters after Friday’s ruling that he believes the “appeals court and the Supreme Court will make a different judgment.”
A South Korean court jailed former President Park Geun-hye for 24 years on Friday over a scandal that exposed webs of corruption between political leaders and the country’s conglomerates.
Park became South Korea’s first democratically elected leader to be forced from office last year when the Constitutional Court ordered her out over a scandal that landed the heads of two conglomerates in jail.
The hiring of Rex Tillerson as secretary of state was touted as both a coup and a symbol by Donald Trump.
A coup in that Trump had lured the head of Exxon to run his State Department, making good on his pledge to bring the best people in the business world to Washington.
Parents of abducted Dapchi schoolgirls in Yobe, on Tuesday, lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for considering the option of negotiation against use of military force to rescue the girls.
The parents, who spoke separately to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Damaturu, said the option gave them hope for safe return of the girls.