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From TheJournal.ie Explainer: What's going on between North and South Korea and why are tensions rising again now? Korean Peninsula

Explainer: What's going on between North and South Korea and why are tensions rising again now?

Analysts say recent tensions come from North Korea’s desire to have sanctions eased.

From TheJournal.ie South Korea's unification minister resigns after North blows up liaison office Rising Tensions

South Korea's unification minister resigns after North blows up liaison office

Tensions on the peninsula have heightened in recent weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Theresa May to hold emergency meeting as UK plots next step after Iran tanker seizure Rising Tensions

Theresa May to hold emergency meeting as UK plots next step after Iran tanker seizure

Iran has remained defiant in the face of UK’s claims of “illegal and destabilising behaviour”.

From The42 Pogba won't captain Man United again under Mourinho - reports Rising Tensions

Pogba won't captain Man United again under Mourinho - reports

The French midfielder’s comments criticising United’s tactics has not gone down well it seems.

From TheJournal.ie US fighter jets intercept two Russian bombers off Alaskan coast Rising Tensions

US fighter jets intercept two Russian bombers off Alaskan coast

The US planes intercepted the Russian bombers and helped escort them back.

From The42 Trump win gives 'added layer' to USA against Mexico, says Bradley Rising Tensions

Trump win gives 'added layer' to USA against Mexico, says Bradley

Donald Trump’s election as president could cast the World Cup qualifier between USA and Mexico in a harsher light, says Michael Bradley.

From TheJournal.ie North Korea warns of 'unpredictable retaliatory strikes' against South Rising Tensions

North Korea warns of 'unpredictable retaliatory strikes' against South

The two sides exchanged fire yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie John Kerry warns Syria of “consequences” for using chemical weapons Rising Tensions

John Kerry warns Syria of “consequences” for using chemical weapons

The US Secretary of State said the “indiscriminate slaughter” by chemical weapons was inexcusable and undeniable.