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UK, Japan agree U.N. Security Council must take strong action against North KoreaLONDON (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Sunday he had spoken with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida and both had agreed the U.N. Security Council should take strong action against North Korea for launching a long-range rocket. North Korea said the rocket was carrying a satellite, but its neighbors and the United States denounced the launch as a missile test, conducted in defiance of U.N. sanctions and just weeks after a nuclear bomb test. (Reporting by Kylie MacLellan; Editing by Mark Potter)
Pilot after emergency: Somali airport security is 'zero'

In this Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016 photo, a hole is photographed in a plane operated by Daallo Airlines as it sits on the runway of the airport in Mogadishu, Somalia. A gaping hole in the commercial airliner forced it to make an emergency landing at Mogadishu's international airport late Tuesday, officials and witnesses said. (AP Photo)BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) ? The Serb pilot who landed a jetliner in Somalia with a large hole on its fuselage says he has never doubted that it was caused by a bomb and describes the security at Mogadishu Airport as "zero."



Russia says Lavrov discussed North Korea rocket launch with Japan's KishidaRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Sunday discussed a rocket launch by North Korea in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, Russia's foreign ministry said. Russia stressed the importance of diplomacy in defusing tension in Northeast Asia during the phone call, the statement said.
An exploding bus movie stunt sparks concerns in London

A bus explodes on Lambeth Bridge, during filming for Jackie Chan's new film The Foreigner, in London, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. A bus has exploded in central London ? but this time it's only for a movie. City officials Sunday reassured the public that the explosion was a movie stunt for "The Foreigner" starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan. (Steve Parsons/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUTLONDON (AP) ? A bus has exploded in central London ? but this time it's only for a movie.



North Korea triggers fresh outrage with space rocket launch

Picture taken from North Korean TV and released by South Korean news agency Yonhap on February 7, 2016 shows North Korea's rocket launch of earth observation satellite Kwangmyong 4North Korea said Sunday it had successfully put a satellite into orbit, with a rocket launch widely condemned as another defiant step towards a missile capable of striking the US mainland. The launch, which violated multiple UN resolutions, amounted to the North raising the stakes against an international community already struggling to punish Pyongyang for its nuclear test barely a month ago. There was no immediate external confirmation that the final stage of the satellite-bearing rocket had successfully achieved orbit, although the US Strategic Command said it had tracked "the missile launch into space".



Taiwan rescuers race to save over 120 buried after earthquake

Police direct traffic near a collapsed building on February 7, 2016, after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck southern TaiwanRescuers raced Sunday to free more than 120 people buried under the rubble of an apartment complex felled by an earthquake in southern Taiwan that left 29 confirmed dead, as an investigation began into the collapse. The death toll rose as emergency workers dug for survivors of the 6.4-magnitude quake that toppled the 16-storey complex of almost 100 homes in the city of Tainan on Saturday. Officials said an investigation had been launched as questions were raised over the safety of the residential blocks in the complex.



The Latest: Rome says launch N. Korea's 'latest provocation'

People watch a TV news reporting a rocket launch in North Korea, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. For North Korea's propaganda machine, the long-range rocket launch Sunday carved a glorious trail of "fascinating vapor" through the clear blue sky. For South Korea's president, and other world leaders, it was a banned test of dangerous ballistic missile technology and yet another "intolerable provocation." (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) ? The Latest on North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket (all times local):



Afghanistan hopes for talks with Taliban this monthKABUL, Afghanistan (AP) ? Afghanistan expects to hold direct talks with the Taliban by the end of this month, an official said Sunday.
Clinton to detour from New Hampshire, visit Flint, Michigan

The Flint Water Plant tower is seen, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 in Flint, Mich. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Friday defended how his office responded to an email flagging a potential link between a surge in Legionnaires' disease and Flint's water, saying an aide asked for further investigation but a state agency did not bring forward the issue again. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) ? The Latest on the race for president as Tuesday's New Hampshire primary nears (all times local):



Global outrage over North Korea rocket launch

Picture taken from North Korean TV and released by South Korean news agency Yonhap on February 7, 2016 shows North Korea's rocket launch of earth observation satellite Kwangmyong 4North Korea hailed an "epochal event" but its latest long-range rocket launch Sunday sparked international anger and plans for talks on a US missile defence system for the peninsula. Pyongyang's state TV announced the nation successfully put a satellite into orbit, "legitimately exercising the right to use space for independent and peaceful purposes". Many others saw an exercise which clearly defied multiple UN resolutions -- a disguised test of a ballistic missile which could one day deliver a warhead as far as the US mainland.