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Recent articles by Kim:

Shark-suit wearer runs afoul of Austria's 'burqa ban'

Earlier this month, Austria became the fifth European country to institute a ban on full face coverings. → Read More

Catalan leader says region earned right to independence, seeks political solution

Carles Puigdemont said he will seek a negotiated independence from Spain. → Read More

In patriarchal North Korea, a new decision maker: Kim Jong Un's sister

Kim Yo Jong's promotion appears to indicate she is an increasingly important part of the family dynasty that runs the country. → Read More

In patriarchal North Korea, a new decision maker: Kim Jong Un's sister

Kim Yo Jong's promotion appears to indicate she is an increasingly important part of the family dynasty that runs the country. → Read More

In patriarchal North Korea, a new decision maker: Kim Jong Un's sister

Kim Yo Jong's promotion appears to indicate she is an increasingly important part of the family dynasty that runs the country. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins Nobel Peace Prize

The prize is awarded by a committee of five chosen by Norway's parliament. → Read More

ICAN just won the Nobel Peace Prize: What is ICAN?

What we know about The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins Nobel Peace Prize

The prize is awarded by a committee of five chosen by Norway's parliament. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize for its work achieving treaty-based prohibition of using nuclear weapons. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize for its work achieving treaty-based prohibition of using nuclear weapons. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize for its work achieving treaty-based prohibition of using nuclear weapons. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize for its work achieving treaty-based prohibition of using nuclear weapons. → Read More

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins Nobel Peace Prize

The prize is awarded by a committee of five chosen by Norway's parliament. → Read More

British writer Kazuo Ishiguro wins 2017 Nobel Prize for Literature

Ishiguro, 62, who is known for novels such as 'The Remains of Day' (1989) and 'Never Let Me Go' (2005). → Read More

Bob Dylan sparked Nobel Literature debate. Who's this year's winner?

The Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded 109 times to 113 Nobel Laureates between 1901 and 2016. → Read More

Hey Big — Ben — spender: Repair costs for London's clock tower soar

The Houses of Parliament are undergoing extensive renovations to protect the heritage of the building. → Read More

Americans really like their guns. They own 42% of 650 million civilian firearms worldwide

How U.S. gun culture measures up against other countries. → Read More

Americans really like their guns. They own 42% of 650 million civilian firearms worldwide

How U.S. gun culture measures up against other countries. → Read More

Leader of Catalonia separatist vote vows to press ahead for independence amid tensions

Carles Puigdemont wants to be leader of the world's newest independent state. Instead, he could end up in jail. → Read More

Russian 'cannibal couple' confess to eating 30 people, sold 'meat pieces' at army base, police say

Russian investigators believe a couple arrested for murder in the city of Krasnodar may have practiced cannibalism for nearly 20 years and hidden victims' remains in their freezer and saline-filled jars occasionally used to supply "frozen meat pieces" to soldiers at a nearby military academy. → Read More