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Family Of American Held In North Korea Says Worried By Health Reports

The family of a U.S. missionary imprisoned in North Korea said on Thursday it was "devastating" to read an interview published in a Japanese newspaper in which he said his health had deteriorated and he felt abandoned by the U.S. government. Kenneth Bae, who was arrested in 2012 and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor on charges of trying to overthrow North Korea's political system, said he now has serious lung and liver problems in an interview published by Choson Sinbo, according to his family.


 
Family Of American Held In North Korea Says Worried By Health Reports

The family of a U.S. missionary imprisoned in North Korea said on Thursday it was "devastating" to read an interview published in a Japanese newspaper in which he said his health had deteriorated and he felt abandoned by the U.S. government. Kenneth Bae, who was arrested in 2012 and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor on charges of trying to overthrow North Korea's political system, said he now has serious lung and liver problems in an interview published by Choson Sinbo, according to his family.


 
Family Of American Held In North Korea Says Worried By Health Reports

The family of a U.S. missionary imprisoned in North Korea said on Thursday it was "devastating" to read an interview published in a Japanese newspaper in which he said his health had deteriorated and he felt abandoned by the U.S. government. Kenneth Bae, who was arrested in 2012 and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor on charges of trying to overthrow North Korea's political system, said he now has serious lung and liver problems in an interview published by Choson Sinbo, according to his family.


 
World’s Gambling Capital on Losing Streak

Macau saw its gambling revenue fall for the second-consecutive month in July. Kate O’Keeffe tells The WSJ’s Jake Lee why some of China’s high rollers are holding their cards close, and their cash even closer.
 
World’s Gambling Capital on Losing Streak

Macau saw its gambling revenue fall for the second-consecutive month in July. Kate O’Keeffe tells The WSJ’s Jake Lee why some of China’s high rollers are holding their cards close, and their cash even closer.
 
Gaza Wakes Up to 72-Hour Cease-Fire Announcement

Israel and the Palestinian factions have agreed to implement a 72-hour unconditional ceasefire starting 8 a.m. Friday local time. The announcement was given by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in a joint statement with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. (Photo: AP)
 
Gas Explosions in Taiwan Kill Dozens

Underground explosions in Taiwan's second-largest city triggered fires that ripped through the streets. The WSJ's Jake Lee speaks with Eva Dou about the situation on the ground.
 
China Manufacturing Activity Gauges Hit Highs

Two gauges of manufacturing activity in China picked up in July, indicating economic growth is recovering. The WSJ’s Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Beijing reporter Richard Silk about what this means for the country in the short term.
 
China Manufacturing Activity Gauges Hit Highs

Two gauges of manufacturing activity in China picked up in July, indicating economic growth is recovering. The WSJ’s Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Beijing reporter Richard Silk about what this means for the country in the short term.
 
China Manufacturing Activity Gauges Hit Highs

Two gauges of manufacturing activity in China picked up in July, indicating economic growth is recovering. The WSJ’s Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Beijing reporter Richard Silk about what this means for the country in the short term.
 
Bill Clinton: I Could Have Killed Bin Laden

In a newly discovered audio tape, Bill Clinton reveals he decided not to kill bin Laden during a fundraiser held hours before the 9/11 attacks.
 
Spanish Town Celebrates New Years in August

Twenty years ago, a power outage ruined New Years for the small Spanish town of Berchules forcing the event to be held in late August. Its been a tradition ever since. WSJ's Matt Moffett reports.
 
London Tests Sobriety Tags On Alcohol-Related Offenders

London launched a program to test ankle bracelets that detect if a person has been drinking while on probation for an alcohol-related crime.
 
2 Ebola-infected Americans Evacuated To U.S.

A U.S.-contracted medical charter flight left Cartersville, Georgia, Thursday to evacuate two American charity workers in Liberia infected with Ebola hemorrhagic fever. A CNN crew saw the airplane, a long-range business jet, depart shortly after 5 p.m. ET. The plane matched the description provided by the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity. It was not immediately known when the two Americans -- identified as Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol -- would arrive in the United States, or where the plane would land.


 
As Asylum Expires, Snowdens Expulsion From Russia Unlikely

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has re-applied for temporary asylum and it looks like Russia will, once again, grant his request.
 
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