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READ MORE: South Korean missile test goes wrong as it destroys golf course amid North Korea tensionsJapan expects the sudden launches to be in protest to the return of the US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the Ronald Reagan, sailing on the Korean Peninsula.The Twitter account belonging to Japan's Prime Minister wrote in response: "North Korea has launched a suspected ballistic missile."Several of the first followers to comment on the tweet all asked the same thing, "Again?".According to multiple government officials, the missile is believed to have fallen outside Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).The Japan Coast Guard said North Korea may also have fired a second missile, adding that they appeared to have landed already.The US and South Korea have fired four surface-to-surface missiles towards the Sea of Japan as tensions with North Korea continue to rise.However, one of the four missiles failed shortly after launch, but luckily there were no casualties.The firing of the rockets came almost 24 hours after Kim Jong-un's launching of a missile over Japan.That missile landed in the Pacific Ocean but only after a worried Japanese government ordered citizens to seek shelter underground or in buildings in fear of an attack on the mainland.It was the first time North Korea had fired a missile over Japan in five years.The missiles that the US and South Korea were testing are known to be capable of flying 200 miles.For more shocking stories from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters hereThey formed part of a second response to North Korea's act of aggression with the US and South Korea also carrying out a precision bombing exercise on Tuesday (October 4).That involved a South Korean F-15K fighter
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Vladimir Putin expresses 'deep sympathies' over death of Mikhail Gorbachev
Vladimir Putin has expressed his "deep sympathies" over the death of former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev.The commiserations over his death came in spite of the 1990 Nobel Peace Prize winner expressing his sadness that his legacy of peace being 'destroyed' due Russia's invasion of Ukraine.Gorbachev died at the age of 91 after suffering from long-term kidney problems and was on dialysis during the Covid pandemic.READ MORE:Vladimir Putin 'finalising deal with the Taliban' as costs of Ukraine invasion mountKremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said to reporters: "President Putin expresses his deep sympathies over the death of Mikhail Gorbachev."In the morning he will send a telegram of condolences to his family and friends."Gorbachev is heralded as one of the important and significant figures of the 20th century due to his role in the ending of the Cold War as well as the dissolution of the USSR in 1991.The former Soviet leader was also praised for enhancing freedom of speech and the press during his reign and his work to limit nuclear weapons.The contrast between Gorbachev's USSR and Putin's Russia has been one of constant debate with Putin himself calling the dissolution of the Soviet Union the "greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century".While the former leader attended summits with then-US President Ronald Reagan to find a solution to the Cold War, Putin has instead embarked on a path of restarting a war in Europe by invading Ukraine and isolating his nation from the West.Gorbachev was a notable critic of Putin in recent years as he made his feelings known about the current President's strategies.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.He said: "I
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Darius Campbell Danesh 'went off-grid sparking concern among pals' before his death
"When he did get back, the reply was to say 'thanks for getting in touch, love you and apologies for the tardy response'."It was very odd," they told The Sun.They continued: "It was like I was speaking to a stranger. I spoke to him afterwards but he seemed like he may have been a bit lost."The star's family will now have to wait for an agonising two months before they can receive the details about the cause of his death.A police spokesman said: "The investigation into the cause of his death is still pending.There is no known threat to the public."Darius had been staying at The Berkman apartments, billed as Rochester’s premiere address for “elegant short-term and long-term furnished suites and residential living”.Most tenants who live in the block of flats work or are being treated at the Mayo Clinic nearby.The Mayo Clinic is rated among the top hospitals in the world, and has treated celebrities, including Muhammad Ali, Johnny Cash, and former US president Ronald Reagan.Sean Bean addresses 'regrets' after being married five times[LATEST]Michael Jackson's kids Paris, 24, and Prince, 25, hold hands at gala[PICTURES]Michael Bublé's wife shares new hospital footage from baby's birth[INSTAGRAM]Following the sad news of his death, tributes had poured in for Darius and among those was music mogul, Simon Cowell, who said: “He was charismatic, funny and just a great person to be with.
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canceled performances in Brooklyn, Chicago and Connecticut won’t be rescheduled for the “foreseeable future.”“I don’t know anybody else who’s certainly had a life like I’ve had,” Hinckley said on “CBS Mornings.” “I mean, what I tell people now, if you want to get to know John Hinckley, listen to his songs.”The 67-year-old has expressed an ambition to be a singer/songwriter and to perform on tour, but his scheduled performances were canceled due to safety concerns. During his first television interview since his unconditional release earlier this month, Hinckley told CBS News’ chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett that he has “true remorse” for the assassination attempt 41 years ago.He publicly apologized to the families of his shooting victims, and to Jodie Foster “for bringing her into this.”“I know [the victims] probably can’t forgive me now, but I just want them to know that I am sorry for what I did,” Hinckley said.”On March 30, 1981, then-25-year-old Hinckley brought a .22 caliber revolver to the Washington Hilton and carried out the shooting as President Reagan walked to this limousine. He fired six shots, and struck Reagan in the chest. Press secretary James Brady was paralyzed and died from his injuries decades later.
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Hollywood elite signs pledge to control on-screen gun violence
signed a pledge promising to portray guns in a responsible way onscreen.A batch of writers, actors, producers and directors — including Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo and Amy Schumer — have endorsed an agreement titled #ShowYourSafety for Brady United.The organization is a gun-safety lobby launched in 1981 after Jim Brady, Ronald Reagan’s White House Press Secretary, was shot by a gunman who was attempting to assassinate the former president.“Hollywood has modeled positive culture change before: Seatbelt use, smoking, teen pregnancy, marriage equality,” the company explained on its website Monday. “Now, as America’s gun violence epidemic worsens, is the time to undertake a responsibility in storytelling depicting firearms and gun safety.”Other A-listers who notarized their signature include Debbie Allen, Judd Apatow, Betsy Beers, Adam Brody, Shonda Rhimes, Adam McKay, Liz Tigelaar, Chris Van Dusen, Krista Vernoff, Julianne Moore and many more.The petition does not ask Hollywood to rid of guns and gun violence on TV and film completely, but for creatives to be “mindful” of onscreen weapons and how they are depicted.The pledge implored “America’s storytellers” to entertain audiences, but also to “acknowledge that stories have the power to effect change.”“Guns are prominently featured in TV and movies in every corner of the globe, but only America has a gun violence epidemic,” the memo went on.
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