North Korean defector introduces famine meat to South Korea

North Korean defector introduces famine meat to South Korea

North Korean defector Hong Eun-hye is bringing her countrys food to South Korea. In her new North Korean food store south of the border, she is introducing injogogi, or man-made meat. Its an artificial meat substitute, made of soybean pomace and is a major source of protein for North Koreans who cannot afford to buy real meat. It first came to prominence in North Korea during the 90s famine. 18 days ago
Theresa Mays deputy denies claims of pornography on work computer

Theresa Mays deputy denies claims of pornography on work computer

First Secretary of State Damian Green has denied a claim that police found pornography on his computer during a raid on his Westminster office in 2008. Green said the claims, made by ex-police chief Bob Quick and amp;#39;s claims in the Sunday Times, were completely untrue and political smears. The accusatoins are the latest in a growing sexual misconduct scandal in Westminster. 18 days ago
Saudi authorities detain Prince in anti-corruption inquiry

Saudi authorities detain Prince in anti-corruption inquiry

Saudi authorities have detained one of the countries most prominenet businessman and head of the National Guard Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal as part of a new anti-corruption inquiry. The committee is chaired by King Salman and amp;#39;s 32-year-old son Prince Mohammed. Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who owns investment firm Kingdom Holding, was among 11 princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers detained.  18 days ago
Trump Lands In Japan, Says U.S. And Allies Are Ready To Defend Freedom

Trump Lands In Japan, Says U.S. And Allies Are Ready To Defend Freedom

U.S. President Donald Trump has landed in Japan at the beginning of his tour of Asia. During his opening remarks he stated that the U.S. and their allies are ready to defend freedom and that and amp;#39;no nation should underestimate American resolve and amp;#39;.  19 days ago