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North Africa’s Al-Qaeda names new leader as Takfiris expand foothold
The North African offshoot of the Al-Qaeda terrorist group reportedly appointed a new leader after confirming the death of its former leader killed in June, as Takfiri outfits continue to propagate their gory ideology in the continent, particularly in the Sahel region.
South Korea seeks to warm chilled North ties
South Korea's Unification Ministry sought to reopen dialogue with North Korea Wednesday, with relations in the deep freeze just days before the second anniversary of a wide-ranging cooperation agreement.
North Sea sunken WWI U-boat surveyed in England for first time
A World War I (WWI) German submarine sunk by a Royal Navy patrol off the Yorkshire coast, England, has been surveyed for the first time.
Tropical fish swim into Europe's waters as common species head north
Cod, sole and plaice might be regulars on European dinner tables but as climate change heats the oceans common species are heading to cooler northern waters — with profound potential consequences for fish stocks and consumers.
South Korea allows businesspeople to visit North factory park
South Korea decided to allow its businesspeople to visit their factories at an industrial park in North Korea that was shut down by Seoul’s previous conservative government in 2016 following a North Korean nuclear test.
Assaults on north Wales NHS mental health staff halved in five years
Attacks by mental health patients on National Health Service (NHS) staff at Wales' largest health board halved in five years.
North Korea condemns US-South Korea military drill
North Korea decried a scaled-back military drill between the US and South Korea Thursday, calling it a “violent violation.”
Scotland’s North Ayrshire Council puts counselor in every school
North Ayrshire has become the first area in Scotland to hire a full-time counselor for each of its high schools in an attempt to improve mental health.
UK house prices grow fastest in north of England, Midlands
House prices have grown fastest since the UK voted to leave the EU in cities in the Midlands, the north of England, Wales and Scotland, according to the property website Zoopla.
North of England continues to see bigger cuts in public spending, report finds
Government spending in the north of England has fallen by £6.3 billion while the southeast and southwest of England have seen an increase of £3.2 billion since 2009-10, according to an analysis of official figures.
Big Oil digs North Sea's 'final frontier'
Little hope of this rock ever producing oil, BP geologist Bill Senior scribbled in 1977 on a note assessing a recent oil discovery in a distant corner of the North Sea.
North Korea displays latest technology products at IT exhibition
North Korea has recently kicked off an exhibition of information technology in Pyongyang, displaying a number of its achievements in the field, the North's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday.
Quake jolts north Iran
An earthquake, measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale, jolted Juybar Country, Mazandaran Province, northern Iran, on Thursday.
South Korea's Moon lands in Pyongyang for summit with North
North Korean's Kim Jong Un greeted Moon Jae-in with hugs and smiles on Tuesday as the South Korean president arrived in Pyongyang to discuss faltering talks on denuclearization and the prospect of officially ending the Korean War.

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