Boris Johnson said the U.K. will leave the EU by Oct. 31, even if it means there is no deal in place.
South Korea says a Russian military plane flew into its airspace over the Dokdo islands, an area that Japan also claims as its own territory.
Preliminary indications suggested the so-called attack was aimed at the country's main hydroelectric generation system.
According to state media, Kim inspected the new submarine and was briefed on its operational and tactical data and combat weapon systems.
That's because only members of the Conservative Party who'd paid their annual membership dues got to participate in the final round of voting.
He served as a member of Parliament for many years and also served as London's second-ever elected mayor.
Pakistan's relationship with the U.S. has been strained for a while over the country's counterterrorism policies.
Palestinians say the demolition is "a serious escalation" against the Palestinian people.
According to several reports, an Iranian intelligence official made the announcement during a news conference in Tehran Monday.
Those law changes would include establishing a national firearms register and requiring gun owners to renew their licenses every five years.
Videos captured at the scene show men wearing white shirts hitting commuters with batons both on the train platform and inside some train cars.
The radio exchange was released by maritime security risk firm Dryad Global.
But Netanyahu faces a new election in September.
Other countries are hoping to de-escalate the situation.
The space agency — which monitors deforestation via satellite — said its accuracy rate is over 95 percent.
Defense officials told CNN the Pentagon will deploy the troops to the Prince Sultan Air Base.
The U.K. says Iran captured two of its oil tankers, but a "semi-official" local outlet disputes that one of the vessels was seized at all.
The plan would involve asking the queen to be the country's representative at the next EU summit.
The quake's epicenter was about 14 miles away from the city.
Japan and South Korea are on the brink of a serious trade dispute that could upset the global tech industry.
The continued influx of people from Central America has Mexican citizens on edge, says a Washington Post/Reforma poll.