HONG KONG — North Korea tests nuclear weapons less than 100 miles from
VILLAGGIO COPPOLA, Italy — When Villaggio Coppola was built in the 1960s along the western Mediterranean coast of
HONG KONG — A global cyberattack spread to thousands of additional computers on Monday as workers logged in at the start of a new workweek. Universities, hospitals, businesses and daily life were disrupted, but no catastrophic breakdowns were reported.
The components of the global cyberattack that seized hundreds of thousands of computer systems last week may be more complex than originally believed, a Trump administration official said Sunday, and experts warned that the effects of the malicious software could linger for some time.
Saudi Arabia and Russia announced on Monday that they would cut their oil production for longer than they had planned, bolstering oil prices and pre-empting a meeting of major crude exporters next week.
TEHRAN — As a college student studying mechanics, Hamidreza Faraji had expected after graduation to land a steady job with a fixed salary, a pension plan and the occasional bonus. He envisioned coming home at 6 p.m.
OBO, Central African Republic — The hunt is officially over. “Joseph Kony is dead,” announced American-made leaflets dropped from a helicopter in the
MOSUL, Iraq U.S.-backed Iraqi forces pressed an advance on neighborhoods under Islamic State control in Mosul on Monday as they seek to dislodge fighters entrenched in a central mosque before the holy month of Ramadan.
SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON Asian governments and businesses reported some disruptions from the WannaCry ransomware worm on Monday but cybersecurity experts warned of a wider impact as more employees turned on their computers and checked e-mails.
SEOUL North Korea’s successful missile test-launch signals major advances in developing an intercontinental ballistic missile, such as mastery of re-entry technology and better engine performance key to targeting the United States, experts say.