The tension between North and South Korea is again in the media, but what sparked this new round of drama and what is going to happen on the Korean Peninsula in the near future? Hosts Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will break all of this down and more...
Criminal gangs from Eritrea, Afghanistan, Iraq and Vietnam earn up to €4m each year ferrying vulnerable migrants across the Mediterranean who have fled their homelands and are desperate to carve out a new life in Britain.
Sir John Chilcot fears a legal onslaught from those who are sharply criticized in his Iraq War Inquiry report and is refusing to be pressured into setting a concrete deadline for its release, a source familiar with the inquiry says.
Pope Francis has been drawn into controversy after allegedly being tricked into holding and posing with a sign urging talks between Argentina and the United Kingdom on the disputed Falklands/Malvinas islands.
Potentially lethal biological agents were unleashed on an unsuspecting British public and chemical warfare was trialed on military personnel as part of Ministry of Defense (MOD) experiments carried out over decades, a shocking new book reveals.
Russia has issued a scathing attack on Westminster for attempting to “wreck the international order” by quietly expelling four Russian diplomats from the UK following a subtle shift in the government’s visa policy.