Hagatna, Guam (CNN)It's the tiny island in the eye of a geopolitical storm. The country's military leaders are finalizing a plan to present to Kim Jong Un in mid-August to fire four intermediate-range Hwasong-12 missiles over Japan to land less than 25 miles (40 kilometers) from the Guam, stated media reported Thursday. Ground Zero?Arriving on the island Wednesday, life appears to be proceeding as normal. Asian travelers, mainly Japanese and South Koreans, are still landing at the airport and
(CNN)Marching by candlelight, Poles are pouring into streets across Poland, protesting what some lament as the impending death of democracy in the country."We are planting an explosive under our judiciary," said Adam Bodnar, the country's human rights ombudsman, during the bill's debate according to Reuters.