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GDANSK (Reuters) - CD Projekt said on Thursday it plans to release its delayed Witcher 3 game for next generation consoles in the fourth quarter after guidance from its production team.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S intelligence shows there could be a North Korean nuclear test, or missile test, or both, before, during or after President Joe Biden's trip to South Korea and Japan starting this week, the U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan, said on Wednesday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson will miss the remainder of the Indian Premier League season to return to New Zealand for the birth of his child, the IPL team said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - North Korea is seeking to raise revenue for it nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs by dispatching IT workers who look for employment around the globe while posed as non-North Korean nationals, the United States said on Monday.
China’s military said it had warned a US warship that had sailed through the Taiwan Strait and it blamed Washington for provoking tensions in the latest confrontation between the two nations over the self-ruled island.
WEISSENHAUS, Germany (Reuters) -There is little chance of the United States agreeing to remove Iran's elite security force from its list of foreign terrorist organisations any time soon, a French diplomatic source said on Thursday, casting a further pall over nuclear negotiations.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Singaporeans who apply for a new passport will now have to wait for at least six weeks, according to the latest update from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
KYIV/KHARKIV, Ukraine (Reuters) -President Vladimir Putin exhorted Russians to battle in a defiant Victory Day speech on Monday, but was silent about plans for any escalation in Ukraine, despite Western warnings he might use his Red Square address to order a national mobilisation.
A stressful ordeal to return to Malaysia with China’s Covid-zero policy.
(Reuters) -The European Union is making a last-ditch attempt to save the Iran nuclear deal and break a deadlock, the Financial Times reported on Saturday.