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MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Serbian PM's same-sex partner gives birth to baby boy
Ana Brnabic, who took office in 2017, is the Balkan country's first ever female and gay prime minister.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Abuse survivors demand Vatican transparency, accountability
The survivors met for more than two hours with the Vatican's lead sex abuse investigator and other members of the organizing committee for the four-day summit starting Thursday.

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Feb 20, 2019

Deaths of Venezuelan protesters appear to be targeted, human rights groups say
A young man proclaimed his opposition to President Nicolas Maduro. Two days later, his family said, rifle-wielding special police agents shot him to death.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Human rights groups: Deaths of Venezuelan protesters appear to be targeted
A young man proclaimed his opposition to President Nicolas Maduro. Two days later, his family said, rifle-wielding special police agents shot him to death.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

7 Syrian refugee children die in Canadian house fire
The father was reported fighting for his life after apparently trying in vain to save his children, who ranged in age from about 3 months to the mid-teens.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Peru cracks down on illegal gold mining to save deforested Amazon area
If it works, Peru would be be stopping a practice that releases harmful mercury as well as drives sex trafficking and child labor in mining camps.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Nazi collaborators are still being paid pensions by Germany
In the aftermath of World War II, around 80,000 Belgians were convicted of collaborating with the SS and of committing war crimes, according to lawmakers.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

A Lebanese family pinned hopes on boat to Europe
The Safwan family sought quality care for their son, who was diagnosed with diabetes and autism in Lebanon. They heard about migrants making the trip to Europe by boat from Turkey to the Greek islands.

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Feb 20, 2019

This family found tragedy on the Aegean Sea
The Safwan family sought quality care for their son, who was diagnosed with diabetes and autism in Lebanon. They heard about migrants making the trip to Europe by boat from Turkey to the Greek islands.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Three U.K. lawmakers quit ruling Conservative party over 'disastrous Brexit'
With only 37 days until Britain leaves the European Union, divisions over Brexit are redrawing the political landscape.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

Putin vows to target U.S. if missiles are deployed in Europe
He said Moscow would have no choice but to respond to such a move because it would drastically cut the time it took U.S. missiles to reach Russia.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

A massacre, a toppled pro-Putin president, and a country 'saved'
The dozens who lost their lives during Ukraine's revolution became known as the "Heavenly Hundred," and include more than 50 killed 5 years ago Wednesday.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 20, 2019

A massacre, a toppled pro-Putin president and a country 'saved'
The dozens who lost their lives during Ukraine's revolution became known as the "Heavenly Hundred," and include more than 50 killed 5 years ago Wednesday.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Thousands rally against anti-Semitism in France after spike in attacks
"Whoever did this is not worthy of the French republic and will be punished," President Macron said after swastikas were found at a Jewish cemetery.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Top North Korean official says country faces major food shortages
In a letter obtained by NBC News, North Korea pleads for help in feeding its people from international organizations.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Burberry pulls sweatshirt with noose around neckline, apologizes
"Suicide is not fashion. It is not glamorous nor edgy," said a model who slammed the design.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Convicted killer goes on knife attack in France, is gunned down by police
The suspect in the attack in Marseille had previously been behind bars for killing his father, and the incident is not being considered as terrorism.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Man goes on knife attack in France before he's killed by police
The attacker in Marseille also had a gun, and fired on responding police officers.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality
The administration is responding in part to a reported hanging of a young gay man in Iran, Trump's top geopolitical foe.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

'Japan's Johnnie Cochran' now heads up Carlos Ghosn's legal team
Few see a way out of the detention center for Ghosn before his trial starts, which could not be for another six months.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Flynn backed a plan to transfer nuclear tech to Saudis, say whistleblowers
Investigators fear President Trump is still considering the plan, which was pushed by Flynn and Trump friend Tom Barrack.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Jailed Citgo executives are in limbo amid Venezuela turmoil
The fate of the so-called Citgo Six, as well as Citgo, the American company they work for, lies in the balance amid the power struggle in Venezuela.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Searching for a son who left for a better life — and never returned
Hector Montoya was 19 in 2013 when he fled to the United States to escape the violence in Honduras. Around the time he left home, 20 people on average were killed each day in Honduras.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Detained Mexican migrant dies in Texas hospital
The man's death is at least the third involving a detainee since December, and could renew questions about the care of people in Border Patrol custody.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Honduras man flees violence for US, goes missing for years
Hector Montoya was 19 in 2013 when he fled to the United States to escape the violence in Honduras. Around the time he left home, 20 people on average were killed each day in Honduras.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Honduras man flees violence for U.S., goes missing for years
Hector Montoya was 19 in 2013 when he fled to the United States to escape the violence in Honduras. Around the time he left home, 20 people on average were killed each day in Honduras.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld dies at 85
The German designer was the creative director of French fashion house Chanel and the Italian luxury brand Fendi as well as his own brand Karl Lagerfeld.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

State Department video uses former embassy to send a message to Iranians
Video seeks to draw a contrast between how the U.S. and Iran have behaved in the decades since the Iranian Revolution.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

ISIS fighters had thousands of kids. So what happens to them now?
"It's not their fault that their fathers are killers and their mothers were participants" in the Islamic State, one analyst said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

Russian hackers 8 times faster than Chinese, Iranians, North Koreans
A new report from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike says hackers tied to Russian intelligence are quicker than North Koreans, Chinese, Iranians and criminals.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 19, 2019

U.N. urged to intervene as tensions spike between nuclear-armed neighbors
The neighbors have fought three wars since 1947. Control of Kashmir is split between the two countries but each claims the region in full.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2019

Trump vows 'new day' for Venezuela
"The people of Venezuela are standing for freedom and democracy, and the United States of America are standing right by their side," the president said Monday in Miami.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2019

Brexit fractures Britain's 'hijacked' opposition party
"We are clear where we stand on Brexit. This is a national catastrophe and we want no part facilitating the disaster if it happens."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2019

Poles 'sucked anti-Semitism with their mothers' milk,' Israeli official says
The developments mark a new low in a dispute between the countries over how to remember and characterize Polish actions toward Jews during World War II.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2019

A Zimbabwe mom who'd never leave her son behind
Nomalanga Ndlovu was only 18 when she first left her village in southern Zimbabwe and crossed the border into South Africa in search of work.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 18, 2019

Trump wants Europe to take back ISIS fighters. That's tricky.
"It is certainly not as easy as they think in America," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Saudis say crown prince will not buy England's Manchester United soccer club
The Saudi government confirmed its sovereign wealth fund held sponsorship talks with Manchester United but says Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman doesn't want to buy English football's most successful club.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Report: Japan did nominate Trump for Peace Prize — at U.S. request
Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan's largest national newspapers, cited multiple government sources as saying the U.S. "informally" asked Japan to nominate Trump.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Social media companies need greater oversight, U.K. committee determines
"Social media companies cannot ... maintain that they have no responsibility themselves in regulating the content of their sites," the report said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

What life is like on the frontlines of the war in Ukraine
What started as a seemingly internal squabble has become one of the most dangerous potential flashpoints between Russia and the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Mining company evacuates 200 people near Brazilian dam on fears of instability
The evacuation comes little more than a week after two communities located close to nearby dams were forced to leave their homes on similar fears of dam failures.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Trump calls on European allies to take back captured ISIS fighters
"The U.S. does not want to watch as these ISIS fighters permeate Europe, which is where they are expected to go," Trump warned.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Fashion designer spins spoiled milk into eco-friendly clothing
The fashion industry is considered one of the worst polluters in the world, and experts say there's an urgent need to develop eco-friendly alternatives.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 17, 2019

Saudi crown prince heads for Pakistan amid rising India tensions
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is due to arrive in Pakistan on Sunday, but the visit risks being overshadowed by escalating tensions between nuclear-armed rivals India and Pakistan.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2019

Gucci to step up diversity hiring after 'blackface' uproar
The announcement came after Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri met with Dapper Dan, a well-known African-American designer, and other community members.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2019

Pence renews criticism of U.S. allies and urges action on Iran, Venezuela
"America is stronger than ever before and America is leading on the world stage once again," Pence said at the annual security conference.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2019

Europe's youth walk out of classrooms to demand action on climate change
"We feel that actually 2025, 2040, is not a million miles away," said 15-year-old George Bond, a U.K. student who took part in the Fridays For Future school strike.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2019

Vatican defrocks disgraced ex-cardinal McCarrick over sex abuse allegations
Theodore McCarrick was once a high-ranking American cardinal. Now he's no more than a parishioner who shows up for mass.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 16, 2019

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick dismissed by Vatican in sex abuse scandal
Pope Francis had ordered an investigation into claims that McCarrick, the former head of the Archdiocese of Washington, slept with seminarians and young priests.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2019

Eat your heart out, Elon: Norway proposes underwater 'floating tunnel'
The submerged roadway would help speed travel along the nation's rugged west coast.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2019

El Salvador's president-elect to U.S.: Let's talk TPS
Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans have lived in the U.S. for years under temporary protected status, which the Trump administration has tried to end.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2019

Man in Paris metro burned after serious 'liquid' attack
The unidentified victim was attacked in the metro's line one, near the station of Bastille, during rush hour Friday morning.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2019

It would be 'suicidal' for U.S. to go to war with Iran, foreign minister warns
The "same gang" behind the 2003 Iraq War are "at it again" in pushing for war with his country, Iran's Foreign Minister tells NBC News.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 15, 2019

It would be 'suicidal' to go to war with Iran, foreign minister warns
The "same gang" behind the 2003 Iraq War were "at it again" in pushing for war with his country, Iran's Foreign Minister tells NBC News.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

This start-up aims to put first private space probe on the moon
"We're looking at an entirely new model for space exploration beyond Earth orbit."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Pence accuses Iran of pursuing 'another Holocaust,' lashes out at allies
"The Iranian regime openly advocates another Holocaust and seeks the means to achieve it," the vice president said at a Middle East conference in Poland.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Pence accuses Iran of pursuing new 'Holocaust,' lashes out at allies
"The Iranian regime openly advocates another Holocaust and seeks the means to achieve it," the vice president said at a Middle East conference in Poland.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Can Italy's millennials afford not to be 'mama's boys'?
Ten years after the global financial crisis, Italy's economy is stagnant. Its youth unemployment rate is among the highest in Europe—more than 30 percent.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

U.S. ally Turkey cozies up to Russia and Iran
Analysis: The U.S. organized a global conference on the Mideast in Warsaw, but Turkey's leader is at a summit with Russian and Iranian leaders instead.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

'No regrets,' but this pregnant ISIS bride wants to return home
"I'm not the same silly little 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago," she told The Times. "And I don't regret coming here."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

'No regrets,' but with child in arms, this ISIS bride wants to return home
"I'm not the same silly little 15-year-old schoolgirl who ran away from Bethnal Green four years ago," she told The Times. "And I don't regret coming here."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

In Valentine's Day lawsuit, Japanese gay couples sue for marital rights
In a society where pressure for conformity is strong, many gay people hide their sexuality, fearing prejudice at home, school or work.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

High-ranking Syrian suspected of crimes against humanity arrested in Germany
The Commission for International Justice and Accountability — a team funded by the U.S. and European governments — has been building cases for years.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Queen's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip will not face charges after crash
Queen's husband surrendered his license after the incident, which prosecutor said factored into the decision not to prosecute.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Queen's 97-year-old husband will not face charges after crash near royal estate
Queen's husband surrendered his license after the incident, which prosecutor said factored into the decision not to prosecute.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Journalist and Duterte critic posts bail after arrest causes outcry
"What we're seeing is death by a thousand cuts of our democracy," Maria Ressa said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 14, 2019

Art imitates life when it comes to Brexit's impact on romance
More than 3 million E.U. nationals live in the U.K — and are facing uncertainty about their futures.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

27 members of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards killed in suicide bombing
The assault, among the worst ever on the Guards, illustrated that Iran's elite force, can be vulnerable to guerrilla-style operations.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Netanyahu appears to say war with Iran is common goal
The remark, which Israeli officials later tried to soften, startled Iranians and even the White House.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Migrants waiting in a Mexican shelter riot over long waits, poor conditions
Nonprofit says scenes could be first glimpse of how Trump's ‘remain in Mexico' policy actually plays out when implemented.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Rebuking Trump, House passes measure to end U.S. involvement in Yemen
The House vote is the latest in a series of moves by Congress aimed at curbing the president's foreign policies.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Texas businessman pays $110k to kill rare mountain goat
The species, which was considered endangered four years ago, is known as the national animal of Pakistan.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Texas businessman pays $110k to kill rare mountain goat in Pakistan
The species, which was considered endangered until four years ago, is known as the national animal of South Asian country.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Marijuana lollipop gives man a heart attack
The Canadian man, who had pre-existing heart disease, ate a marijuana lollipop. Now that pot is legal in Canada, doctors worry that people with heart disease are at risk.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

'A great shame': Iranian photographer slams Trump's use of her photo
"This image shows my people and is for my people, and shouldn't be abused," Yalda Moaiery said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

2 Americans among 5 dead in Kenyan plane crash
"The plane clipped the tree and the rear wheels came off," a farmworker said. "It then careened and crashed into another tree in front and into the ground."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Sen. Ted Cruz wants El Chapo to pay for border wall
"Fourteen billion dollars will go a long way to secure our southern border and hinder the illegal flow of drugs, weapons and individuals," the Texas Republican said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Young mafia bosses use social media to recruit Italian teenagers
"There have been cases of 'mafiosi' whose age was between 14 and 18 year old," according to the government's anti-mafia department.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

'Roma' actor finally gets U.S. visa in time for the Oscars
Mexican star Jorge Antonio Guerrero will be able to join cast and crew at the Academy Awards ceremony.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Rare tiger killed in U.K. safari park; 2nd to die in past week
Amur tigers are an endangered species with as few as 500 left in the wild.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

With talk show, Venezuela socialist party boss stirs 'Elvis' like support
Cabello's show regularly plays speeches from the late Hugo Chavez and blasts U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Hangmen with 'moral character' wanted as Sri Lanka reinstates death penalty
Applicants for two positions should have "an excellent moral character," according to a job ad in a state-run newspaper.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Philippine agents arrest journalist critical of president
Maria Ressa, who was selected by Time magazine last year as one of its Persons of the Year, was arrested over a libel complaint.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Bonsai master calls on thief of 400-year-old tree to care for his 'child'
"I looked after it as if it were my own child," said the fifth-generation master grower. "I just hope that whoever took it, takes really good care of it."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Rebuffed on Iran diplomacy, Trump is getting more traction on Venezuela
Analysis: When it comes to rallying other nations behind standoffs with Iran and Venezuela, Trump is getting different results.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

How one soccer player's honeymoon turned into an extradition nightmare
The Middle East nation calls him a fugitive; the professional athlete who fled Bahrain said he would be tortured if he were sent back there.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 13, 2019

Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzmán likely headed to Supermax prison
Bob Hood, a former Supermax penitentiary warden, suspects Guzmán will "never be allowed on the yard with other prisoners for the rest of his life."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 12, 2019

Venezuela's Guaido sets deadline for aid as thousands rally
"What we want is change, what we want is democracy, what we want is a possibility of thinking differently from the people who govern us," a protester said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 12, 2019

Drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzmán found guilty of funneling tons of narcotics into the U.S.
Guzmán, 61, now faces life in prison.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 12, 2019

NATO vows to stand up to Russia after Cold War nuclear treaty crumbles
Moscow is "deploying nuclear-capable missiles in Europe with very short warning times," the head of the alliance also warned.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 12, 2019

French journalists suspended over alleged cyberbullying
Some members of a Facebook group named "League of LOL" allegedly harassed other web users with sexist, homophobic and racist insults, mostly between 2009 and 2012.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 12, 2019

17 killed as blaze rips through budget hotel in New Delhi
"I could hear, 'help, help!' from adjoining rooms," one guest said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Venezuelan students mobilize to protest Maduro on Youth Day
"We want a better future," says a student who is against the Maduro government. "This year we are closer than ever to get that."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Report: Space will likely be a battlefield in any U.S. conflict with China, Russia
"Space is now a war-fighting domain like the land, sea and air," a U.S. defense official said. "We can't view space as a sanctuary from attack."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Nicaragua: Steep pension cuts, tax increases could plunge country into recession
Last April, news of these measures led to protests and a government crackdown that led to hundreds of deaths and over fifty thousand leaving the country.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Michael Jackson wax statue removed by Danish mall after complaints
The statue of the late pop star was replaced with one of Brad Pitt.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Raised in the U.S. and deported to Cambodia, refugees struggle to build a new life
A record 126 Cambodian refugees were deported from the U.S. in 2018. Now they must adjust to living in a country many of them hadn't seen in decades.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Ikea apologizes for leaving New Zealand off a world map
"We can see that the process has failed regarding the Björksta world map — we regret this mistake and apologize," said the Swedish furniture giant.

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

Moms with 4 kids will pay no income tax as Hungary hopes for baby boom
PM Viktor Orban, who has made "zero tolerance" for immigration his main theme, said the moves aim to "ensure the survival of the Hungarian nation."

MSNBC Int'l News
Feb 11, 2019

California governor to order National Guard troops back from Mexico border
Gov. Gavin Newsom's move comes a week after the governor of New Mexico withdrew most of her state's troops from the southern border.

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