North Korea celebrates New Year with ice missile Play

North Korea celebrates New Year with ice missile

North Korea celebrated the New Year with a firework display on 1 January in Pyongyang. An ice sculpture festival started off the celebrations with a replica of the countries new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Hwasong-15.  Tensions have been rising over North Koreas nuclear and missile programs, which Pyongyang continues to pursue in defiance of U.N. Security Council resolutions. Jan 2, 2018

Alcohol is making you racist and homophobic, study reveals

Professor Jonathan Shepherd, director of the Cardiff University Crime and Security Research Institute, said: "A striking aspect of the study was the discovery that most attacks weren't fuelled by hate alone; alcohol appeared to act as an igniter." Jan 1, 2018