South Korean broadcaster SBS turned to Game of Thrones for inspiration with their coverage of the presidential election results last night. As exit polls suggested liberal candidate Moon Jae-in (top left) had triumphed, they made the election look like a race for the Iron Throne by featuring headshots of Moon Jae-in placed on the body of a knight similar to one in the popular medieval fantasy epic. Other candidates - including centrist Ahn Cheol-soo (bottom left) and conservative Hong Jun-pyo (bottom right) - also made appearances, flipping Braavosi coins into the harbour, jousting at the Tourney of the Hand and sitting in the Three-Eyed Raven's perch. Moon said as president he plans to employ both pressure and dialogue to persuade the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions.
Brazilian footballers who survived Colombian plane crash disaster return to the site where 77 people died to pay thanks for the 'miracle' that saved their lives
Chapecoense players Jackson Follmann, Helio Zampier Neto (main, right) and Alan Ruschel (main left) were among six who survived the crash, on a hillside near Medellin international airport in Colombia, in November 2016. Last night they returned to the still-scarred hillside (main) where a Brazilian flag, flowers and a makeshift shrine have been left in memory of the 77 passengers and crew who were killed. An oxygen mask from the stricken plane has also been left at the crash site. Goalkeeper Follmann (top left), who lost part of his leg in the accident, had to be helped by rescuers as he made his way to the shrine (top right).
Man who invented Blue Whale suicide 'game' aimed at children says his victims who kill themselves are 'biological waste' and that he is 'cleansing society'
Philipp Budeikin(left) is being held on charges of inciting at least 16 schoolgirls to kill themselves by taking part in his social media craze called Blue Whale - which police fear is spreading to Britain. The Russian 21-year-old - who has now confessed to the crimes - says he thinks of his victims as 'biological waste' and told police that they were 'happy to die' and he was 'cleansing society'. In December, Vilena Piven (top centre), 15, jumped from the 13th floor in Mariupol, Ukraine and died on the spot. Diana Kuznetsova (bottom centre), 16, died after jumping from a nine storey building in Ryazan. Angelina Davydova (top right), 12, fell to her death from the 14th floor of a block in central Russia on Christmas Day 2015. Anna K (bottom right), from Karsun, was found hanged to death in March after becoming obsessed with the sinister Blue Whale game.
Trance DJ Robert Miles, best known for No 1 hit Children, had been battling cancer for nine months before he died in Ibiza aged 47, friends reveal
The Swiss-born Italian DJ Robert Miles, whose real name is Roberto Concina, died in Ibiza, Spain, after a 'courageous battle' with the disease. Miles topped the charts in at least 12 countries with his 1995 dance track Children, which sold more than five million copies by the end of 1997 and earned the artist a Brit Award. It was said to have been produced at a cost of only £150. Veteran DJ Pete Tong and singer Boy George have led tributes to the hit-maker. Friends said Miles had been 'strong, determined, incredibly brave' as he battled cancer over the last nine months. He is pictured, left, in 1997 accepting a Brit Award from pop star Louise for Best International Male Newcomer as Gary Barlow watches on.
When the Cold War came to Africa: Photographs show US-backed troops fighting Communists in 'South Africa's Vietnam war'
Photographs show how the Cold War spilled into the African bush as rival forces battled for control of oil-rich Angola in south-western Africa. In one picture, troops from the Western-backed National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) cross a river (left) while another image shows rival soldiers from the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), which was supported by Fidel Castrol's Cuba (bottom right). Images also show South African Olifant tanks moving into position ahead of a battle near the Cuito River in the late 1980s (top right). Castro sent tens of thousands of troops when Angola became embroiled in a proxy war between the US and Russia who were vying for Cold War supremacy. South Africa sent its own troops in to support UNITA rebels, who were backed by America. UNITA general Demostenes Chilungutila is pictured, inset.
Incredible moment teenage girl is rescued after being BURIED ALIVE for two hours in India over a family property dispute with a local businessman
Khushboo Khatun, 19, was on her way home from a market in India when three men pounced on her and threw her into a 3ft deep pit before they filled it with earth and left her to die. Local businessman Amit Shah had wanted to use land owned by Khushboo's father for construction. Police said the attack was a warning from Shah. They are now searching for him and two accomplices.
Pizza Hut apologises for 'mocking Palestinian hunger striker by suggesting he should have some pizza'
The company's Israeli franchise was branded 'inhuman' for reportedly sharing an image that appears to show prisoner Marwan Barghouti (right) secretly breaking his fast in his jail cell in Israel by eating a candy bar (top left). A pizza box was photoshopped onto the floor, as well as a slice of pizza in the sink (bottom left), in the advert posted on Facebook. 'Barghouti, if you are going to break your strike, isn't pizza the better choice?' the caption read above the screenshot. Barghouti, a senior member of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah party, is serving five life sentences over his role in the second Palestinian uprising. He is one of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails who are currently on hunger strike over their conditions.
Two gay men caught having sex by a vigilante mob will be caned 80 times for breaking Sharia law in strict Indonesian province in the first case of its kind
The pair (pictured left, in court), who are both in their early 20s, were found in bed together by a group of thugs who raided a boarding house in the provincial capital of Banda Aceh in late March. Police later arrested the distressed couple, who said they were in a relationship and had had sex three times. They are believed to be the two men, one of whom was completely naked, who were slapped by vigilantes who broke into their home and arrested them, in a shocking video filmed in March.