TIME Magazine : International (34)

Hurricane Irma Is Now Aimed at the Tampa Bay Area

More than 6 million people in Florida and Georgia have been warned to leave their homes

'Larger Than Life.' 65-Foot Photo of Toddler Peers Over U.S.-Mexico Border Wall

A French artist who goes by "JR" erected the cut-out of the boy that stands nearly 65 feet and is meant to prompt discussion of immigration

3,500-Year-Old Royal Tomb Discovered in Egypt

The tomb contained mummies

After Battering the Caribbean, Irma Drops Back to Category 4 and Targets Florida

More than 6 million people in Florida and Georgia have been warned to leave their homes

After Raking the Caribbean, Irma Regains Strength and Targets Florida

More than 6 million people in Florida and Georgia have been warned to leave their homes

See Hurricane Irma's Path Via Satellite as It Moves Toward Florida

Watch the storm from above

'Further Danger Is Imminent.' Devastated Caribbean Islands Prepare for Hurricane Jose After Irma

Hurricane Irma's death toll stood at 21 and is expected to rise

These Are President Donald Trump's Only Options for North Korea

'There is no bet he could make that comes with higher stakes'

Jose Strengthens to Category 4 Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Caribbean Islands

Jose now has top sustained winds of 150 mph

These Are The Islands Hit By Hurricane Irma

The most powerful storm ever recorded in the Atlantic struck at least a dozen islands

UN: At Least 270,000 Rohingya People Have Fled Violence In Myanmar

"This is an alarming number."

A Strong Earthquake off the South Coast Has Shaken Mexico City, Killing At Least 15

The U.S. Geological Survey says it was a magnitude 8.0 quake

Hurricane Irma, Now a Category 4 Storm, Slams the Turks and Caicos en Route to Florida

The first hurricane warnings have been issued for parts of southern Florida

South Korea Braces for Another Possible Missile Test by the North

Pyongyang has previously marked key dates with displays of military power

A Strong Earthquake off the South Coast Has Shaken Mexico City, Killing At Least Five

The U.S. Geological Survey says it was a magnitude 8.0 quake

Stop Pretending That Orthodox Islam and Violence Aren't Linked: Top Muslim Scholar

Yahya Cholil Staquf, a leading scholar in the world's largest Muslim-majority country, Indonesia, says traditional Islam has a problem

A Strong Earthquake off the South Coast Has Shaken Mexico City, Killing At Least Three

The U.S. Geological Survey says it was a magnitude 8.0 quake

The Disgraced British PR Firm Bell Pottinger Is 'Facing Collapse,' Multiple Reports Say

Media reports suggest it could go into administration next week

Nations Are Rushing to Help the Islands Devastated by Hurricane Irma

At least 11 people have been killed by the hurricane and thousands more left homeless

Trump Renews the Threat of U.S. Military Action Against North Korea

"North Korea is behaving badly and it's got to stop," he said

Spain's Constitutional Court Has Suspended Catalonia's Independence Vote

The court has previously ruled that a referendum can only be called with the approval of the central authorities

'A Horrendous Situation.' See the Damage Left by Hurricane Irma So Far

At least 10 are dead — and the storm's headed for Florida

Hurricane Irma 'Spaghetti Models' Show the Storm's Updated Path

The Category 5 hurricane could close in on Miami Sunday

Emmanuel Macron Is Ready to Push Through a 'Revolution' in How France Works

A far-left union is asking its members to strike on Tuesday

Prince George Starts First Day of Elementary School

But his mother was unable to attend

2 Men Sentenced to Death for 1993 Mumbai Blasts That Killed 257 People

A fifth man was given 10 years in prison

Syrian Army: Israeli Air Raid Killed 2 Soldiers

Warplanes struck a military position near the Mediterranean coast

New Fires in an Empty Rohingya Village Raise Questions About Myanmar's Official Response

The Myanmar government claims the Rohingya have been destroying their own homes

Outspoken Chinese Billionaire Guo Wengui is Seeking Asylum in the U.S.

Guo Wengui has accused some of China's most powerful officials of corruption

Bangladesh Protests Landmines on Myanmar Border as 146,000 Refugees Flood In

Almost 150,000 refugees have fled to Bangladesh in the past 2 weeks

Australian Court Clears the Way For Same-Sex Marriage Postal Vote

Gay rights advocates argued that a postal vote on the issue was unconstitutional

South Korea Deploys U.S. Anti-Missile Launchers Amid Clashes With Protesters

Some 38 protesters were wounded in tussles with police

Hurricane Irma Destroyed Nearly Every Building on the Island of Barbuda

Experts worry that Irma could then rake the entire Florida east coast

Exodus of the Stateless

Exodus of the Stateless As the military tightens its grip on western Myanmar, the long-oppressed Rohingya minority flees to find sanctuary Photographs by William Daniels | Text by Feliz Solomon It has become a familiar scene. In this image by photojournalist William Daniels, a trail of civilians ...