North Korea Fires Suspected Cruise Missiles
North Korea has fired several suspected ballistic missiles off its east coast, South Korea's military said.
The missiles were fired from the eastern coastal town of Wonsan and likely flew about 125 miles with an altitude of about 1.2 miles.
They landed in waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan, where US aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Ronald Reagan participated in joint exercises with the South Korean Navy that ended earlier this week.
They are the latest in a series of tests Pyongyang has been conducting in defiance of UN sanctions
Iranian Military Blames Saudis After Tehran Terrorist Attack
A senior Iranian intelligence official has said that Wednesday's militant attacks in the capital Tehran were carried out by Iranian nationals who'd joined Islamic State.
At least 12 people were killed when suicide bombers launched a twin gun and suicide bomb attack on Iran's parliament the mausoleum of the Islamic Republic's founder Ayatollah Khomeini.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards have accused Saudi Arabia and the United States of involvement in the violence, but the Saudi Foreign Minister said there was no evidence to support that claim.
Bodies Found In Search For Missing Myanmar Plane
Military officials in Myanmar say they have found wreckage from an air force transport plane which disappeared over the Andaman Sea on Wednesday.
The aircraft was carrying 120 people, including 106 military personnel and family members, including children.
Communication with the flight was lost on Wednesday half an hour into the flight from Myeik to Yangon.