They were released after the two countries decided to release fishermen in each other's custody to defuse tension following the killing of an Indian fisherman allegedly by the Lankan navy.
Kim is the long-estranged half-brother of North Korea's ruler, and the North has refused to acknowledge he was the victim of the Feb. 13 murder.
Hawaii on Tuesday filed the first legal challenge to the new executive order.
Sudan summoned US charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis to protest President Donald Trump's revised travel ban which bars its citizens from entering the United States.
As part of defusing the fishermen agitation, Sri Lanka will release 85 Indian fishermen, India will release 19 Sri Lankan fishermen.
Hawaii has become the first state to file a lawsuit against Trump's revised travel ban, saying the order will harm its Muslim population.
Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for talks focusing on the situation in Syria.
H-1B work visa and employment-based green card categories are often not consistent with their purposes as they do not bring in computer scientists but only mid-level management workers, sources said.
GOP leaders labored to rally a divided party behind their high-stakes drive to overhaul the nation's health care system Wednesday, but faced opposition from pivotal industry groups.
Medical officials raised the toll of girls killed in a fire at a children's shelter in Guatemala to 29.
The center, supervised by state social welfare authorities, hosts minors who are victims of family mistreatment.
FBI Director James Comey says he plans to serve his entire 10-year term, even as controversy swirls over.
Israel's parliament has passed an initial reading of a bill that would make mosques lower the volume of their call to prayer.
Infiltrators from the Islamic State attack the military hospital in Kabul," the group said via a verified Telegram account.
North Korea and Malaysia Tuesday banned each other's citizens from leaving their countries, with Kuala Lumpur saying its nationals were effectively being held "hostage".