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MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 25, 2021

Vanuatu to push international court for opinion on protection from climate change
"We must address the crisis by systematically targeting the root causes of one of the biggest and most imminent threats we face today."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 25, 2021

Merkel's legacy looms large over Germany. Who will step up in her place?
"Whoever comes in isn't going to have that stature, isn't going to have that kind of history and practice," one analyst said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 25, 2021

Angela Merkel's departure leaves a void in Germany — and a fight to fill it
"Whoever comes in isn't going to have that stature, isn't going to have that kind of history and practice," one analyst said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 25, 2021

Canadian Catholic bishops apologize for indigenous residential schools
The organization expressed "profound remorse" for the abuses children endured at indigenous residential schools.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 25, 2021

Female service member assaulted by Afghan evacuees, Army says
The FBI was investigating the case. The nature of the assault was not disclosed.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Canadians released after Huawei CFO resolves U.S. charges
They were arrested in China after Huawei's CFO was arrested in Canada on U.S. charges. Many countries labeled China's actions "hostage politics."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

One-on-one with Iran's new foreign minister
NBC News' Andrea Mitchell speaks with Iran's foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahian in an exclusive interview. He says Iran is ready to resume negotiations, but the Biden administration sent a "negative sign" by "piling up new sanctions" against Iran.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

See vaccination rates in the world's wealthiest countries versus the poorest
Only 1 percent of 662.5M people living in 26 low-income countries are fully vaccinated, while close to 60 percent in high-income countries have received the shots.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Chart: The global Covid-19 vaccination gap
Only 1 percent of 662.5M people living in 26 low-income countries are fully vaccinated, while close to 60 percent in high-income countries have received the shots.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Bolsonaro's son and two Brazil cabinet members test positive for Covid-19
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's son and two members of his cabinet said on Friday that they had tested positive for COVID-19, bringing to four

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

In Colombia, Haitians weigh whether to continue journey to U.S.
Many Haitian migrants heading north through Colombia weigh whether to continue to the United States, after more than a thousand were recently deported.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Mexico fines 17 soccer teams for capping female players' wages
Mexico's anti-monopoly commission announced it has fined 17 soccer teams for conspiring to impose a cap on the salaries of women soccer players.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

First Brexit Britain was short on milkshakes and chicken. Now it's struggling to get gas.
"We'll move heaven and earth to do whatever we can to make sure that shortages are alleviated," one government minister said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Britain urged not to panic as shortages close gas stations, threaten food supplies
"We'll move heaven and earth to do whatever we can to make sure that shortages are alleviated," one government minister said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

'Frustrated and angry': After Covid break, young climate activists pick up the fight
"We are frustrated and angry. We need structural change, a social plan and actions that are based on scientific evidence," one demonstrator said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Deep divide: Submarine feud shows bad news for Europe may be good for U.S. allies in Asia
For many experts, it is perhaps the starkest example yet of how Washington's focus has shifted away from its old European allies.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Bitcoin takes a hit as China declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal
The decision was made "in order to safeguard people's properties and maintain economic, financial and social order," the People's Bank of China has said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

'Harry Potter' actor Tom Felton collapses at Ryder Cup
Felton was on the 18th hole when he went down. He was helped to his feet, placed on a stretcher and driven away in a golf cart.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

European ire over submarine deal surfaces reality of U.S. pivot to Asia
For many experts, it is perhaps the starkest example yet of how Washington's focus has shifted away from its old European allies.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

China sends warplanes near Taiwan as both move to join Pacific trade deal
Taiwan said 24 Chinese military aircraft had menaced the self-ruling island after it followed Beijing in applying for membership in the trade agreement.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

Biden admin sends 'negative sign' by keeping sanctions on Tehran, says new Iranian foreign minister
Iran's foreign minister says his government will return to nuclear talks "very soon" after it finishes a review of previous negotiations.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 24, 2021

A daily pill to treat Covid could be just months away, scientists say
At least three promising antivirals that could prevent symptoms and limit transmission of Covid-19 are in clinical trials.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Mexico Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion
Mexico is the second-most Catholic country in the world and the Supreme Court there has decriminalized abortion. NBC News' Priscilla Thompson explains what this means for people in the country.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Has the spread of Covid peaked in the U.S.? What the coming months could look like
New cases have been gradually dropping nationwide, although experts caution that new infections are still at a high rate and further decline will be slow.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Covid cases are slowly on the decline. Here's what the next few months could look like.
New cases have been gradually dropping nationwide, although experts caution that new infections are still at a high rate and further decline will be slow.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Russian plane enters NATO member Estonia's airspace for 6th time this year
"Such a series of repeated violations is by no means acceptable," Estonia's Foreign Ministry said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

A property giant in China is on the brink of collapse — and the gov't might let it
The developer's predicament could deal a serious blow to the world's second-biggest economy as Beijing faces what may be one of its largest defaults.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

A property giant in China is on the brink of collapse. The government might let it fail.
The developer's predicament could deal a serious blow to the world's second-biggest economy as Beijing faces what might be one of its largest defaults.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Where's Wally? Wandering celebrity walrus spotted in Iceland
"We are absolutely over the moon that he's not only still alive and well, but he is well on his way home to the Arctic," said Seal Rescue Ireland.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

The Taliban promised maturity in new rule. Are they already going back on their word?
"They were beating me by the whip, electric rod and whatever they had in their hand," Taqi Daryabi said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Since Taliban takeover, brutal crackdowns and score-settling undermine its public message
"They were beating me by the whip, electric rod and whatever they had in their hand," Taqi Daryabi said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Since Taliban takeover, brutal crackdowns and score-settling undermine their public message
"They were beating me by the whip, electric rod and whatever they had in their hand," Taqi Daryabi said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

Brutal crackdowns and score-settling in Afghanistan undermine Taliban's public message
"They were beating me by the whip, electric rod and whatever they had in their hand," Taqi Daryabi said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 23, 2021

'Grow up': U.K.'s Boris Johnson says world must face climate change
The British prime minister is due to host a major United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland in six weeks' time.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Climate change may trigger migrations across the world. It's already started in Guatemala.
LA VEGA, Guatemala — Darwin Mendez has tried and failed to reach the United States three times.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Climate change may trigger migrations around the world. They've already started in Guatemala.
LA VEGA, Guatemala — Darwin Mendez has tried and failed to reach the United States three times.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Hungry and desperate: Climate change fuels a migration crisis in Guatemala
LA VEGA, Guatemala — Darwin Mendez has tried and failed to reach the United States three times.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Biden, Macron to meet in person amid submarine tension
Following a Wednesday call between the two leaders — the first since the diplomatic spat erupted last week — it was also announced that the French ambassador would return to Washington.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Biden, Macron to speak by phone following submarine fallout
A Macron spokesperson said the French leader expected "clarifications and clear commitments" from Biden on the call.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Australia's koalas are in trouble. The question is how much.
Nearly a third of the Koalas were wiped out in just the past three years, according to new figures released by a conservation group, though some experts say real numbers are difficult to establish.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Mexico files lawsuit in U.S. against former security chief linked to Sinaloa Cartel
Mexico has launched a lawsuit in the U.S. against former security chief Genaro Garcia Luna, saying he was bribed by the Sinaloa cartel and hoping to recover assets.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

U.K. family resolve civil claim against U.S. diplomat's wife over fatal crash
Anne Sacoolas left Britain shortly after the accident claiming diplomatic immunity from criminal prosecution. The U.S. has refused to extradite her.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Canary Islands volcano lava gushes toward sea, eruption goes on
Towers of magma burst high into the air overnight, painting the night sky red and spraying fiery debris onto the flanks of the Cumbre Vieja volcano.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Shots fired at Ukraine presidential aide's car in apparent assassination attempt
A senior lawmaker said the aide, Serhiy Shefir, was not hurt. Shefir is close to the president, leading a group of advisers.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Matilda, Willy Wonka join Netflix as it buys Roald Dahl's works
The deal expands Netflix's existing licensing agreement with The Roald Dahl Story Co to create animated series based on the children's author's books.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Netflix buys Roald Dahl's works as Matilda and Willy Wonka join streaming giant's catalog
The deal expands Netflix's existing licensing agreement with The Roald Dahl Story Co to create animated series based on the children's author's books.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

Brazil's health minister tests positive for Covid in NYC
President Jair Bolsonaro, a vaccine skeptic, defied U.N. rules that asked all those attending the assembly to be vaccinated.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

5.9-magnitude earthquake strikes Australia; shaking felt in Melbourne
The earthquake came amid continuing anti-lockdown protests as Australia tries to contain a coronavirus outbreak driven by the delta variant.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 22, 2021

In U.N. climate pledge, Xi says China will stop building new coal plants abroad
"China was the last man standing. If there's no public finance of coal from China, there's little to no global coal expansion," a climate activist said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

5.8-magnitude earthquake strikes Australia; shaking felt in Melbourne
The earthquake shortly after 9 a.m. local time was at a depth of 10 km.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Prince Andrew served with legal papers in civil lawsuit
Prince Andrew is facing a lawsuit, accused of having sex with a minor at the home of Jeffery Epstein. NBC News' Keir Simmons reports.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Iran says it's ready to restart nuclear talks as U.S. braces for tougher stance from Tehran
Since the U.S. pulled out of the nuke deal in 2018, Iran has violated the deal's limits on uranium enrichment and restricted access for the U.N. watchdog.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Demanding U.N. action, a man's hunger strike focuses attention on Cuba
Nacho Rocha, 61, is on a hunger strike demanding the United Nations grant him a meeting, so he can address the issue of human rights in Cuba.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Bees kill 60 rare South African penguins in a freak accident
"It is very sad to see the deaths of so many healthy, most likely breeding adults," an expert said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Killed 'for defending our planet': Latin America is deadliest place for environmentalists
Latin America is the deadliest region for environmental activists and defenders, especially Colombia and Mexico, according to a Global Citizen report.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Russia was behind assassination of former spy in London, European court finds
Ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko died an agonizing death in 2006 after drinking green tea laced with a rare radioactive substance.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

Prince Andrew is served sexual assault lawsuit in United States
Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre previously said they also served Andrew with the papers in the U.K.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 21, 2021

India to resume exporting coronavirus vaccines, easing global supply shortage
The country stopped exporting the shots months ago amid a surge in domestic infections, leaving many developing nations without adequate supplies.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party wins Canada election, but misses majority
The Liberals were on track to win the most seats of any party, but Trudeau's gamble to win a majority of seats failed.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

The deadliest place for environmental activists is Latin America
Diana Gabriela Aranguren could not believe what the news was saying.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Pro-Putin party claims landslide victory in election opponents say marred by fraud
The Communists say they stand to lose a number of races that the paper ballots show them winning.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Gunman kills 6, injures 28 at Russian university
The gunman, who was wounded during his arrest, has not been publicly identified although he is known to authorities, officials said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Court finds 'Hotel Rwanda' hero guilty in terrorism case
Since being portrayed by actor Don Cheadle, Rusesabagina emerged as a prominent critic of President Paul Kagame, based in the United States.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Biden faces U.N. General Assembly amid foreign policy crises
President Biden is set to kick off a busy week with a meeting with the secretary general of the United Nations as the annual General Assembly gets underway in New York. NBC News' Mike Memoli reports from the Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Taliban-run Kabul city government to female workers: Stay home
"It's our right," said a government employee forced to sit at home. "We want to talk to them. We want to tell them that we have the same rights as they have."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 20, 2021

Gunman kills 8, injures 11 at Russian university
The gunman, who was wounded during his arrest, has not been publicly identified although he is known to authorities, officials said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

US closes part of Texas border, begins flying Haitians home
The attempted border closure happened as officials also began flying some of the migrants back to their homeland.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

Boxer Manny Pacquiao to run for Philippine president
"I am a fighter, and I will always be a fighter inside and outside the ring," Pacquiao, 42, said in a live-streamed speech Sunday.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

Australia defends U.S. nuclear sub deal as France decries 'duplicity' and 'lies'
Allies "don't treat each other with such brutality, such unpredictability, a major partner like France," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said. "So there really is a crisis."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

France decries 'duplicity' and 'lies' in U.S.-Australia nuclear sub deal
Allies "don't treat each other with such brutality, such unpredictability, a major partner like France," French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said. "So there really is a crisis."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

Afghan family devastated by U.S. drone strike mistake wants more than an apology
"I lost ten members of our family and the U.S. should pay," said Emal Ahmadi, whose daughter Malika was among seven children killed in the August 29 blast.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 19, 2021

Israel captures last two Palestinian militants who broke out of high-security jail
The six Palestinians who broke free on Sept. 6 had tunneled a hole through their prison cell.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

France's Notre Dame cathedral secured and ready to be rebuilt
The government agency overseeing the rebuild is maintaining President Emmanuel Macron's goal of allowing visitors back inside in 2024.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

'What pain does this apology cure?': Afghan family wants U.S. help after drone strike admission
"I lost ten members of our family and the U.S. should pay," said Emal Ahmadi, whose daughter Malika was among seven children killed in the August 29 blast.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

They lost loved ones in the deadly U.S. 'mistake.' They want more than an apology.
"I lost ten members of our family and the U.S. should pay," said Emal Ahmadi, whose daughter Malika was among seven children killed in the August 29 blast.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

Taliban replace ministry for women with one restricting them
Meanwhile, the Taliban-run education ministry asked boys from grades 7-12 back to school Saturday along with their male teachers but there was no mention of girls.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

Australia made 'huge mistake' with U.S. submarine deal, says recalled French ambassador
State Department spokesperson Ned Price said that France was a 'vital ally' and that the United States would be engaged in coming days to resolve the differences.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

Big Tech grapples with Russian internet crackdown during election
The Russian government is increasingly pressuring American technology companies to take down content from their platforms with threats of fines, throttling and

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

She hosts a morning show in Afghanistan. What her career looks like under Taliban rule.
Afghan journalists have to strike what may be an impossible balance: Appearing in public and on air to report without provoking the ire of the Taliban.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 18, 2021

Ex-Algerian president Bouteflika, ousted amid protests, dies at 84
Concerns about his health, kept secret from the Algerian public, helped feed public frustration with his 20-year, corruption-tarnished rule.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Advocacy groups call on Biden administration to halt deportations to Haiti
As ICE prepares to send numerous deportation flights to Haiti, advocacy groups are calling on the Biden administration to halt those plans while the country deals with political turmoil and recovers from a deadly earthquake.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

U.S. drone strike in Kabul mistakenly killed civilians, not terrorists, Pentagon says
10 civilians, including 7 children, were killed in the strike.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Why France is so angry about the U.S. nuclear sub deal with Australia, U.K.
"There hadn't been prior warning of this decision and I think that was perhaps the thing that angered the French the most," Georgina Wright of Institut Montaigne said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Biden's apparent indifference to AUKUS deal's impact on France fueling fury, experts say
"There hadn't been prior warning of this decision and I think that was perhaps the thing that angered the French the most," Georgina Wright of Institut Montaigne said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Australian PM rejects Chinese criticism of nuclear sub deal
"Everything we've done with the United States is consistent with the partnerships and relationships and alliances we've already had," Morrison said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Imports, sales of fake Covid vaccine cards skyrockets across U.S.
Imports and sales of fake Covid-19 vaccine cards are booming in the U.S., with customs and border control saying they've stopped counting how many packages containing counterfeit cards are coming in from overseas. NBC News' Kevin Collier breaks down where most of these fake vaccine cards are coming from and how authorities are tracing them.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

Indonesia court find president negligent over dangerous air quality in capital
The lawsuit was a last-ditch attempt to compel authorities to take action in Jakarta and its surrounds, an area home to more than 30 million people.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 17, 2021

World Bank officials pressured staff to boost China rankings, inquiry finds
The lender said it would discontinue its annual report on business climates after an investigation raised "ethical matters" over how it was prepared.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

Prince Philip's will to remain private for 90 years, court decides
"The degree of publicity that publication would be likely to attract would be very extensive and wholly contrary to the aim of maintaining the dignity of the Sovereign," the judge ruled.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

The U.S. made a new pact to counter China. It angered Beijing — and France
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the pact "seriously undermined regional peace and stability."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

China and France left fuming at U.S. nuclear sub pact with Australia
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the pact "seriously undermined regional peace and stability."

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

Putin says dozens of Kremlin inner circle have Covid, will keep self-isolating
Although Russia was the first country to roll out a coronavirus vaccine, less than 30 percent of the country is fully vaccinated.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

France calls killing of ISIS leader behind deaths of 4 U.S. soldiers big victory
French President Emmanuel Macron announced the death of Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi overnight.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

North Korea says it tested rail-launched ballistic missiles
A rail-based ballistic system reflects North Korea's efforts to diversify its launch options, which now includes various vehicles and ground launch pads and may eventually include submarines.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

Not just Texas: Europe grapples with abortion laws and limits
France moved last week to offer free contraception to girls and women under 25, in a sign of the continent's generally liberal approach. But divides and de facto limits remain.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 16, 2021

Not just Texas: In Europe, activists want to replicate U.S. abortion laws — and go further
France moved last week to offer free contraception to girls and women under 25, in a sign of the continent's generally liberal approach. But divides and de facto limits remain.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 15, 2021

Biden announces security pact with Australia, U.K.
The new agreement with Australia and the U.K. comes as the administration ramps up efforts to counter China's rising power.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 15, 2021

Paris terror attacks suspect says deaths were 'nothing personal'
Salah Abdeslam, who wore all black and declined to remove his mask as he spoke in a custom-built courtroom, has been silent throughout the investigation.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 15, 2021

Blood-soaked shoreline leaves locals shaken after annual dolphin hunt in Faeroe Islands
"It's absolutely appalling to see an attack on nature of this scale," Sea Shepherd Global CEO Alex Cornelissen said.

MSNBC Int'l News
Sep 15, 2021

Rival Koreas launch ballistic missile tests within hours of each other
The rival launches came two days after Pyongyang said it had tested a new cruise missile in the first weapons activity by Kim Jong Un's regime in almost six months.

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