World Even K-Pop, Korean Bidets Aren't Safe in Missile-Shield Dispute 2017-02-21T07:10:09.000000Z South Koreans view a series of Chinese actions as retaliation against planned U.S.-built defense array that Beijing opposes as a threat to its security. China Puts Heat on U.S. With North Korea Coal Crackdown 2017-02-21T06:35:38.000000Z China’s suspension of coal imports from its ally North Korea gives Beijing more leverage to press the U.S. for fresh diplomatic efforts in curbing Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions. Kim Jong Nam Killing Caught on Video 2017-02-21T06:01:39.000000Z Security footage has emerged of the killing of Kim Jong Nam last week, showing two attackers took less than three seconds to carry out the assault on the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. French Police Search Marine Le Pen's Office in EU Funds Probe 2017-02-21T05:19:04.000000Z French police searched the offices of National Front leader Marine Le Pen on suspicion the presidential candidate and other members of her far-right party misused European Union funds. In Policy Dissent, Mattis Wields Influence 2017-02-21T04:44:49.000000Z Defense Secretary Jim Mattis appears to be at odds with President Trump on Russia and other key issues, setting up potential discord but also helping to nudge the White House toward more conventional policy stances. Trump Lashes Out at Sweden Over Immigration 2017-02-21T03:34:11.000000Z President Donald Trump criticized Sweden’s immigration policies after walking back his suggestion at the weekend that a major incident had recently occurred there. Tension Flares on Afghan-Pakistan Border Following Terror Attacks 2017-02-21T02:25:18.000000Z Hostility has soared after Islamabad responded to a series of attacks at home with military operations that officials in Kabul say included firing rockets into Afghanistan. Russia's Ambassador to U.N. Dies Suddenly 2017-02-21T01:40:41.000000Z Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, died unexpectedly Monday, according to an announcement at the U.N. and Russia media reports. Famine Declared in South Sudan 2017-02-20T23:03:39.000000Z United Nations agencies blame the hunger crisis in Unity state on fighting between supporters of President Salva Kiir and those backing his former deputy, Riek Machar. Ecuador Leftist Leads Presidential Vote, but Runoff Appears Likely 2017-02-20T19:59:24.000000Z Ecuadoreans waited anxiously on Monday for official results from the vote to replace President Rafael Correa, as pollsters, political analysts and the opposition predicted the presidential election would go to a runoff.