Journalists invited to the Punggye-ri site say a series of controlled explosions took place.
A new EU law that changes how companies use our personal information kicks in on 25 May.
Officers acted "inappropriately" when they used a stun-gun on a Milwaukee Bucks player.
Martin Luther King's daughter condemns Steve Bannon's claim that the icon would have backed Mr Trump.
An expression of pride or cultural theft? Why one woman's tattoo angered Maori in New Zealand.
"You have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing," Mr Trump says.
Why was the young French au pair Sophie Lionnet tortured and murdered by the couple who employed her?
The flight was downed over Ukraine by a missile fired by a unit based in Russia, investigators say.
Remarks by the US vice-president anger the North, casting further uncertainty over a planned summit.
Rather than more James Bond figures, the organisation wants people "who challenge the status quo".
The woman named Farah was rescued after accusing her family of luring her from Italy to Pakistan.
The 54-year-old Australian was found to be carrying 1.1kg of crystal methamphetamine in 2014.
The number of Romanian nationals living in the UK is 411,000 - overtaking India and the Irish Republic.
The move comes as Germany's biggest lender attempts to return to profitability.
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