After looking for a perfect place for her family for years, Cho Yeoun-hoa and her family moved in April from an apartment where her daughter couldn't play the cello at night to a stand-alone house in the country's administrative city of Sejong that also happened to be solar-powered.
Spain’s Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez will keep working with all parties to avoid a repeat election, but is no longer prepared to offer a coalition government to far-left Podemos after it blocked his attempt to be confirmed as prime minister.
The money would come on top of the funding President Donald Trump has redirected to make good on a central pledge of his 2016 election campaign - to build a border wall to stop illegal immigrants - ahead of his looming 2020 presidential race.
The United States has announced plans to gain "comprehensive" access to the UK food markets after Brexit, calling for a trade deal that would eliminate barriers for US agricultural and industrial goods despite Britain’s concerns over safety of American products.
The United States and Turkey are seeking to manipulate the crisis over the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi in an attempt to change the equilibrium in the Middle East, says a political analyst.
An Egyptian criminal court has referred the cases of 75 people, including senior outlawed Muslim Brotherhood figures, who have already received death sentences over allegedly committing security-related offences to the country’s top religious authority for final consultation.