As tension mounts surrounding North Korea, sales of nuclear shelters have surged in Japan. A small company in Osaka has been overloaded with new orders.
As Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in held their landmark meeting, the world's attention turns to the Korean Peninsula — a region with deep historical and cultural similarities but stark ideological differences.
Amid serious tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the US and South Korea have begun their joint military exercises. For Pyongyang, the drills are a prelude to invading North Korea. Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
The Pentagon has confirmed the first-ever combat use of the GBU-43, also known as the MOAB, or "mother of all bombs," in a targeted attack on "Islamic State." Afghan officials said the bomb "killed at least 92" fighters.
US sales of bomb shelters have skyrocketed as fears of nuclear attack and climate-based disaster increase. A growing community of Doomsday "preppers" claims the government is unable to protect the American people.
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