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MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

Ivanka Trump: Arming teachers 'needs to be discussed'
Ivanka Trump, in South Korea leading the presidential delegation to the Winter Olympics, was asked whether she backed her father's proposal to arm teachers.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

Degas artwork stolen nine years ago found on bus near Paris
Les Choristes, stolen from a French museum in 2009, was discovered in the luggage compartment of a bus near Paris.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

16 women sentenced to death for joining ISIS
Iraqi courts have sentenced 16 Turkish women to death by hanging for their involvement in the ISIS.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

16 women sentenced to death in Iraq for joining ISIS
Iraqi courts have sentenced 16 Turkish women to death by hanging for their involvement in the ISIS.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

Despite U.N. call for ceasefire, witnesses in Syria say ground offensive continues
Witnesses said within minutes of a resolution being passed, warplanes were targeting residential neighborhoods, where civilians sheltered in basements.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

Despite U.N. call for cease-fire, witnesses in Syria say ground offensive continues
Witnesses said within minutes of a resolution being passed, warplanes were targeting residential neighborhoods, where civilians sheltered in basements.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

North Korea condemns new sanctions but opens door to talks with U.S.
A North Korean envoy making a rare visit to South Korea said Sunday that his country was willing to open talks with the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

North Korea condemns new sanctions, but opens door to talks with U.S.
A North Korean envoy making a rare visit to South Korea said Sunday that his country was willing to open talks with the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

China sets stage for Xi to stay in office with proposed end to term limits
China's official news agency says the ruling Communist Party has proposed removing a limit of two consecutive terms for the country's president.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 25, 2018

North Korea condemns new U.S. sanctions, says blockade would be act of war
President Trump said Friday that the U.S. had leveled its "heaviest sanctions ever" against North Korea, targeting the regime's shipping and trading abilities.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

IOC won't lift Russia suspension for PyeongChang closing ceremony
The Russian athletes were punished by the IOC before these games in response to Russia's alleged state-sponsored doping program.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

Highs and lows of the PyeongChang Olympics: Team USA soars — and stumbles
Here's how the PyeongChang Games will be defined beyond the brilliance seen on the slopes and the ice.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

U.N. unanimously demands a 30-day cease-fire across Syria
The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a resolution on Saturday that called for a 30-day ceasefire "without delay" across Syria.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

10 cases of sexual misconduct reported at Winter Olympics
The four centers at the PyeongChang Olympics were created as a way for athletes, volunteers, spectators and anyone else to come forward for help.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

Archaeologists discover Egyptian necropolis
Archaeologists discovered the mummified remains of a high priest covered in beads of ivory and crystal and surrounded by amulets of semi-precious stones.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

Sayonara, PyeongChang! Land of the Rising Sun will host next Olympics
The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics is only two years away. Here's what you can expect in Japan's capital.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 24, 2018

Sayonara, PyeongChang! Land of the Rising Sun will host next Olympics.
The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics are only two years away. Here's what you can expect in Japan's capital.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump announces new, 'heaviest sanctions ever' on North Korea
President Donald Trump announced a new set of sanctions against North Korea Friday, targeting the regime's shipping and trading abilities.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

South Korea's amazing 'mermaids' keep alive a centuries-old tradition
On a remote South Korean island, NBC News' Rupert Barker meets the Haenyeo, female free divers who forage for seafood on the ocean floor.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump to announce new, 'largest ever' sanctions on North Korea
President Donald Trump will announce a new set of sanctions against North Korea Friday, targeting the regime's shipping and trading abilities.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

Neanderthals made this cave art
Drawings and jewelry found in Spain too old to have been made by modern humans

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

Boko Haram attacks school, kidnaps dozens more girls in Nigeria
Thousands of people have been kidnapped by the Islamist group during its near decade-long insurgency in the West African country.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

$61M in cocaine found in diplomatic luggage at Russian Embassy in Argentina
Drugs were removed from the 16 pieces of luggage and replaced with flour. One of the leaders of the plot remains on the run, officials say.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 23, 2018

'Crime scenes' bulldozed after Muslims flee Myanmar violence
Rights groups say the vast operation is destroying crucial evidence of mass atrocities against the Myanmar's ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Two decades after being sold, North Korean woman finds salvation in Seoul
While the problem continues with essentially no repercussions against those who buy or sell women, one North Korean defector says she is one of the lucky ones.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Far-right French politician condemns Muslim immigration in CPAC speech
Far-right French politician Marion Marechal-Le Pen railed against Muslim immigration during a speech Thursday at a major gathering of conservatives.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Neanderthals made oldest cave art ever found
Drawings and jewelry found in Spain are too old to have been made by modern humans

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

UNICEF honcho steps down after revelation of 'unsuitable' messages
Justin Forsyth, who was a deputy director at the United Nations Children's Fund, stepped down after admitting to sending staffers 'unsuitable' messages at his previous job — at Save the Children.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Package with racist message sent to Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
The Metropolitan Police force says "a package containing a substance" was delivered to St. James's Palace, where Harry has his office, on Feb. 12.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Package with racist message sent to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
The Metropolitan Police force says "a package containing a substance" was delivered to St. James's Palace, where Harry has his office, on Feb. 12.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Amid political unrest, violence in Honduras, TPS holders in U.S. worry about their fate
"It's me against the clock," says the U.S.-born son of Hondurans in the U.S. for decades. He's trying to sponsor them in case their TPS status ends.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

The World
News across borders

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

The International Space Station was never supposed to end like this
New plan to defund space station opens up some surprising possibilities.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Fiery blast on ferry at Mexican resort wounds 25
Two young Americans were among those injured by an explosion as passengers disembarked from a ferry at Playa del Carmen.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Attacker blows himself up after hurling grenade at U.S. Embassy
Montenegro borders the Adriatic Sea in southeastern Europe. It joined NATO last year despite strong opposition from its traditional Slavic ally Russia.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 22, 2018

Judges give skaters from their own countries better scores in PyeongChang
The data from the 2018 Winter Games shows that American judges are just like everybody else — they give better scores to figure skaters from their own country.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Israeli PM says its intel services helped thwart Australia plane bomb plot
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israeli intelligence services helped thwart an ISIS plot to bomb a plane in Australia last year.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

This startup brews beer with surplus bread. Here's why.
Toast Ale aims to cut down on food waste and inspire consumers to do likewise.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

This startup is brewing up a fix for food waste
Toast Ale aims to cut down on food waste and inspire consumers to do likewise.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Bermuda's gay marriage reversal sparks fears others may follow
Earlier this month, the British island territory became the first jurisdiction in the world to reverse a law allowing same-sex marriage.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Bombs are falling on a rebel enclave in Syria every minute. Here's the backstory.
NBC News takes a look at what is driving the Syrian war, a conflict which has killed hundreds of thousands of people and forced millions into exile.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

It's official, Switzerland is fast becoming a 'Crypto-Nation'
The Swiss government's financial regulatory authority - FINMA, just released official guidelines to regulate certain initial coin offerings (ICOs). The move will help recognize cryptocurrencies as part of the financial system of the country. While other nations have been largely skeptical of cryptocurrencies, with some even placing bans on them; Switzerland sees them as an economic opportunity.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Taxi to Canada: Migrants flee uncertainty in Trump's America
Cab drivers in Upstate New York compete for fares for those fleeing the US, shuttling riders north to an uncertain future in the hands of Canadian authorities.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Netanyahu confidant reportedly to testify against him in corruption case
The news comes days after police announced that there was sufficient evidence to indict the Israeli PM for bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 21, 2018

Japan falls out of love with sake as 'Western way of living' takes root
Sake sales within Japan have decreased 30 percent since 1975, forcing brewers to try to tap into growing overseas markets, including the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Lawyer who is oligarch's son-in-law pleads guilty in Russia probe
Alex van der Zwaan was charged Feb. 16 for making false statements about his communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

North Korea backed out of secret meeting with Pence, U.S. says
A meeting between Mike Pence and North Korean delegates during the Olympics allegedly got derailed after North Korea backed out of the meeting hours before it was set to take place.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Russian oligarch bankrolls lawsuit against Olympic doping whistleblower
Mikhail Prokhorov and three Russian biathletes who were banned from competition want to force doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov to testify under oath.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Queen Elizabeth attends London Fashion Week in royal first
Queen Elizabeth II made her first visit to London Fashion Week to present an award design recognizing British excellence.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Britain's queen attends London Fashion Week in royal first
Queen Elizabeth II made her first visit to London Fashion Week to present an award design recognizing British excellence.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Bermuda lawyer goes to court to challenge gay marriage reversal
Lawyer Mark Pettingill, who won Bermuda's same-sex marriage case in May 2017 only to see it reversed nine months later, is fighting for gay marriage once again.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Measles cases more than triple in Europe
Low vaccination rates drive measles outbreaks

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

A mother prays for her boys as bombs rain on Syrian rebel enclave
Some 190 people have died in the rebel enclave since Sunday night, according to war monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Mom prays for her kids as assault on Syria rebels kills 190
Some 190 people have died in the rebel enclave since Sunday night, according to Britain-based war monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

A champion mountain biker faces her toughest challenge: clearing bombs from Laos
Rebecca Rusch is leading mountain bike rides to raise funds to remove unexplored bombs dropped in Laos during the Vietnam War.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Second test doesn't help Russian curler suspected of Olympic doping
The case involving Alexander Krushelnitsky has threatened to taint another Olympics with the specter of doping and affect Russia's shot at reinstatement.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Watch out. North Korea keeps getting better at hacking.
The North Koreans have figured out how to bridge the air gap — meaning they can hack into computers that aren't even connected to the internet.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

World's richest can learn from the 'poorest of the poor,' Trump Jr. says
Donald Trump Jr. will have a "conversation and dinner" with buyers of units in Trump-branded developments during his visit to India.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Partygoer accused of stealing thumb from $4.5 million 'cultural treasure'
Chinese authorities want a "severe punishment" to be imposed after a 2,000-year-old terra-cotta warrior's thumb was stolen while displayed in the U.S.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Kids rescued as shelling, airstrikes by Syrian forces kill at least 98 in one day
Syrian civil defense workers, known as the White Helmets, pulled children from the wreckage of buildings hit by government forces in a rebel-held area of the Syrian capital.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Kids rescued as shelling, airstrikes in Syria kill at least 98 in one day
Syrian civil defense workers, known as the White Helmets, pulled children from the wreckage of buildings hit by government forces in a rebel-held area of the Syrian capital.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2018

Netanyahu's ex-spokesman arrested in corruption probe
Israeli police have named the two close associates of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrested for their suspected role in a wide-ranging corruption probe.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

Mozambique garbage dump collapse kills 17
Heavy rains triggered the partial collapse of a huge mound of garbage in Mozambique's capital on Monday, killing as many as 17 people who were buried by debris. Authorities believe more bodies could be buried at the Hulene garbage dump on the outskirts of Maputo, and a search was underway.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

'Putin's Chef' is at the center of Mueller's indictment
The Mueller indictment links Russian Oligarch Yevgeny Prigozhin -- dubbed Putin's chef because his company oversees catering for the Kremlin -- to a Russian disinformation campaign to discredit Hillary Clinton and Help Donald Trump in the 2016 election.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

Olympic curler suspected of doping raises question: Why?
Fans are wondering why Alexander Krushelnitsky would take a banned substance in a sport that doesn't require the same stamina as speed skating or physicality as bobsled.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

Israel tests weapon that can shoot down ballistic missiles
The successful test of an Arrow 3 missile system was hailed as a major step in the development of what the U.S. Department of Defense calls Israel's "multilayered defense array."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

China is challenging 'dominance' of U.S in disputed sea, diplomat says
The risks of a "miscalculation" and armed conflict have risen in the disputed South China Sea, according to the Philippine envoy to Beijing.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

Israel's 'myth of invincibility ... has crumbled,' Iranian foreign minister says
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif spoke to NBC News' Bill Neely in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2018

Report: Russian medal winner tests positive for banned substance
Russian curlers say a coach on their team has told them that mixed doubles bronze medalist Alexander Krushelnitsky tested positive for a banned substance.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

'Putin's Chef' is one of 13 Russians indicted for alleged election interference
Yevgeny Prigozhin is one of Russia's richest and most powerful oligarchs and Russian President Putin's so-called chef. Now, Special Counsel Mueller's indictment ties him to the Internet Research Agency, a source of disinformation during the 2016 election.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

'Putin's Chef', one of 13 Russians indicted for alleged election interference
Yevgeny Prigozhin is one of Russia's richest and most powerful oligarchs and Russian President Putin's so-called chef. Now, Special Counsel Mueller's indictment ties him to the Internet Research Agency, a source of disinformation during the 2016 election.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

Russian curler's doping tests return positive
A urine sample revealed traces of a performance-enhancing drug meldonium in Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitskiy's system, according

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

Iranian foreign minister responds to Netanyahu comments
"The myth of invincibility of Israel, of the Israeli military, has crumbled," Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News in an exclusive interview.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

How different countries celebrate their Olympic winners
Medal winners in PyeongChang won't just get glory. Olympic victory can bring fame and endorsements, and in some countries -- pretty sweet swag!

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

Israel strikes Gaza after soldiers wounded; 2 Palestinian teens killed
Israel launched attacks on 18 targets belonging to the Hamas militant group after four soldiers were wounded Saturday when a bomb detonated on the border with Gaza.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

Six miles can be the difference between life and death for Syria's wounded
Doctors with the Syrian American Medical Society report a sharp rise in the number of hospital attacks since the start of the year.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

Plane crashes in southern Iran, killing all 66 on board
The ATR-72, a twin-engine turboprop used for short-distance regional flying, went down some 390 miles south of the capital, Tehran.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2018

All 66 people aboard killed in Iran plane crash
The ATR-72, a twin-engine turboprop used for short-distance regional flying, went down some 390 miles south of the capital, Tehran.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

Wales hit by strongest quake in 100 years
It was the strongest recorded earthquake in the area for more than 100 years, according to the British Geological Survey.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

Sacred Tibetan monastery catches fire
The Jokhang Monastery in Lhasa, one of the most sacred locations in Tibetan Buddhism, caught fire on Saturday but there were no reports of any casualties.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

'Just blabber': Russia's Lavrov dismisses FBI indictments
"Until we see the facts, everything else is just blabber," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told participants at the annual Munich Security Conference.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

How Russia sent an Idaho town into a fake news tailspin
Russian operatives have targeted Twin Falls, Idaho, with a fake anti-immigration campaign launched on Facebook.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

How U.S.-born ice dancers ended up competing for South Korea
Gamelin and Min made their Olympic debut in PyeongChang grabbing headlines, but for reasons they never expected — a wardrobe malfunction.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

Pope revives lapsed sex abuse commission after coming under fire
The commission's mission was to advise the Francis on best practices to protect children, but it faced strong in-house resistance to some of its core proposals.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

With railguns and robots, China's military threatens U.S. dominance
Over the past year, China has rolled out an array of high-tech weapons that some experts say could threaten the military superiority of the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

Trio of suicide bombers killd 18 at crowded market in Nigeria
The bombers, all believed to be female, left another 22 people wounded at a fish market Konduga, just outside the state capital, Maiduguri.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2018

Two killed in Mexico helicopter crash, interior minister survives
A military helicopter carrying Mexico's interior minister and the governor of the southern state of Oaxaca crashed on Friday, killing two people on the ground.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2018

Powerful earthquake slams south, central Mexico
A powerful earthquake has shaken south and central Mexico, causing people to flee buildings and office towers in the country's capital, and setting off quake alert systems. Crowds of people gathered on central Reforma Avenue as the ground shook.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2018

Russia timeline: Key players, meetings and investigation details
As special counsel Mueller continues his inquiries into Russia collusion in the 2016 election, new information continues to be added to the timeline of facts.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2018

Iran, Israel clash in race to define 'new rules of the game'
The shift from covert attacks to open fighting between Iran and Israel illustrates that Tehran feels emboldened enough to confront and provoke its rival.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2018

Iran, Israel battle to define 'rules of the game'
The shift from covert attacks to open fighting between Iran and Israel illustrates that Tehran feels emboldened enough to confront and provoke its rival.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Russian trolls flood Twitter after shooting
Covert Russian propaganda flooded Twitter after the Parkland shooting to stoke America's raw divides.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Trump may release a prisoner from Guantanamo
Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Haza al-Darbi, a Saudi citizen held since 2002, made a plea deal in 2014 that said he would be released to Saudi Arabia.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Cuba embassy staff had concussion-like injury
Medical exams raise more questions than answers

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

American strike in Syria killed 5 Russians, Moscow says
The incident marks the first time Russians and Americans have become directly engaged in combat in Syria.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Mandela protégé takes charge after South Africa's scandal-tainted leader quits
Cyril Ramaphosa grew up in Soweto, Johannesburg's notoriously impoverished segregated township. But his toughest years may lie ahead.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

How Did Australia Stop Mass Shootings?
Strict new gun laws passed after a mass shooting in Australia 20 years ago appear to have prevented any more such attacks there, researchers reported.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Take a rare look inside the border between North and South Korea
TODAY's Savannah Guthrie takes a rare opportunity to visit the DMZ, the very tense demilitarized zone between the two Koreas. North Korean guards keep a close eye on her as she views areas of land mines and decades-old United Nations buildings in "one of most dangerous places on Earth."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

10,000 civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan last year
President Donald Trump stepped up airstrikes in Afghanistan, and militants responded. More than 10,000 civilians were killed or wounded in 2017, the U.N. says.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2018

Punk rockers pay the price for criticizing Putin
With Vladimir Putin expected to secure a fourth term next month, Pussy Riot members Alexey Knedlyakovsky and Lusine Djanyan are claiming asylum in Sweden.

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