French voters go to the polls Sunday after a presidential election campaign that was notable for its volatility and overshadowed in its final days by a terror attack on police in Paris.
It was here, in an apartment in the Israeli city of Ashkelon, that officials say a Israeli-American Jewish teenager wrecked havoc across America.
The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further.
A spokesman for the North Korean foreign ministry accused Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop of spouting “a string of rubbish against the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).”
More than 60,000 polling stations opened amid tight security across the country on Sunday, following an attack in Paris on Thursday which left a police officer dead.
More than 100 soldiers were killed or injured as Taliban fighters stormed an Afghan military base, the country’s Ministry of Defense said Saturday.
Trump’s warm words bore stark contrast with criticism from Europe and independent election monitors who are concerned the vote may have been unfair.