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  • 'We had to be very quiet': British tourist reveals how she was taken to 'secret, off-limits' floor of North Korean hotel by the same tour company which arranged Otto Warmbier's fatal trip

    June 21, 2017 5:40 AM 8

    A British tourist has revealed how she was taken to a 'secret' floor of a North Korean hotel by the same tour company which arranged American student Otto Warmbier's fatal trip to the country. The woman, who has chosen to remain anonymous, visited a hotel on an island in Pyongyang's river as part of a nine-day trip with Young Pioneer Tours in 2011. She told DailyMail

  • North Korea vows to ‘mercilessly annihilate’ US for provoking war after Warmbier's death

    June 21, 2017 1:06 AM 13

    NORTH Korea has threatened to “mercilessly annihilate” the United States with a “retaliatory strike” after President Donald Trump “provoked” war in the wake of Otto Warmbier’s death. The US President authorised two supersonic bombers to fly over the Korean Peninsula in a show of force and later lambasted the communist state’s “brutal regime” when Mr Warmbier’s

  • The Secret Room, the Nazi Artifacts and an Argentine Mystery

    June 20, 2017 6:39 PM 8

    “We know the history, we know of the horrible experiments conducted by Josef Mengele,” said Ariel Cohen Sabban, president of the Delegation of Israelite-Argentines Associations, the country’s largest Jewish organization. Mengele, a notorious Nazi physician, fled to Argentina to avoid prosecution for war crimes in Europe. He lived in the capital for a decade

  • Portugal fires: Confusion over plane crash claim

    June 20, 2017 6:33 PM 9

    Reports that a firefighting plane crashed during an operation to tackle huge blazes in central Portugal have been denied by the country's civil protection authority. This contradict earlier reports that a Canadair aircraft went down near the central Pedrógão Grande area. More than 1,000 firefighters on the ground and planes from several countries are battling

  • ‘I want to go back to Lancashire’ Brexit exodus hits Spain with 20% of UK expats leaving

    June 20, 2017 5:57 PM 7

    BRITISH expats are leaving the Spanish cities of Valencia and Alicante in their droves after the UK voted to leave Europe last June. Valencia is undergoing a mass exodus, as 20 per cent of British expats headed back to the UK, uncertain of their future in Spain. Britons who lived in the Spanish city promised to head home before Britain voted for Brexit

  • Portugal's forest fire survivors emerge with stories of leaping into water tanks and other dramatic escapes

    June 20, 2017 5:53 AM 10

    Authorities have come under mounting criticism for not doing more to prevent the country's deadliest natural disaster in decades. More than 2,700 firefighters are still battling to contain several major wildfires in the area north-east of Lisbon, where one blaze that began on Saturday killed 62 people, many of them as they tried to flee the flames in their

  • Revealed: Otto Warmbier's British roommate in North Korea describes day he was arrested

    June 20, 2017 4:41 AM 7

    THE British friend of Otto Warmbier, who travelled with the US student in North Korea, has spoken out about the day he was arrested. Mr Warmbier, 22, who was imprisoned in North Korea for 17 months, was returned to his family in a coma last week but passed away on Monday afternoon. The University of Virginia student had been sentenced to 15 years hard labour

  • The Latest: Paris art exhibit locked down during attack

    June 19, 2017 4:08 PM 15

    Visitors to an art exhibit of Auguste Rodin's works in central Paris were confined inside the Grand Palais for an hour after an attacker rammed into a police convoy on the nearby Champs-Elysees. Police forces secure the area on the Champs Elysées next to the suspected car, center, in Paris, Monday, June 19, 2017. A man rammed his car into a police vehicle

  • Britons cry for London fire victims as death toll rises to 79

    June 19, 2017 3:30 PM 11

    LONDON The death toll from a fire that ravaged a London tower block last week has risen to 79, police said on Monday, as the government tried to show it was improving its handling of a tragedy that has angered the public. Fire broke out in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, a social housing block in Kensington, west London, in the early hours of Wednesday

  • Virginia Muslim girl found dead after leaving mosque

    June 19, 2017 7:05 AM 11

    Police in the US state of Virginia have found the remains believed to be of a 17-year-old Muslim girl who was assaulted near a mosque before disappearing. The teenager, identified by relatives only as Nabra, was walking with friends when they got into a dispute with a driver in Herndon, police said. The man left the car and assaulted the girl, they said. She then disappeared