TIME Magazine : International (150)

London Police Stand Down After Finding No Sign of Gunfire at Oxford Circus

London police have found no evidence of gunfire after an incident at one of London's busiest underground stations and the surrounding streets. Oxford Circus station was evacuated amid initial reports of gunshots, resulting in a stampede to exit the station. London Underground said that Oxford Circus ...

235 Killed in Egypt Mosque Attack, State Media Says

State media said 109 people were also wounded in the attack

184 Killed in Egypt Mosque Attack, State Media Says

State media said 120 people were also wounded in the attack

155 Killed in Egypt Mosque Attack, State Media Says

State media said 120 people were also wounded in the attack

Emmerson Mnangagwa Sworn in as Zimbabwe's New President

It's the beginning of a new era for the long-troubled nation

Zimbabweans Prepare to Greet Their New President

Emmerson Mnangagwa will become the country's second leader since independence from white minority rule in 1980

A Chinese Kindergarten Is Being Investigated for Sexually Abusing and Drugging Children

Police are investigating claims of sexual molestation and needlemarks on children at a Beijing kindergarten

'She Was Just Ecstatic.' Paramedics Grant a Woman's Final Wish to See the Beach

The woman was en route to a Queensland hospital's palliative care unit when she expressed a desire to be at the sea again

Eight Men Found Washed Ashore in Japan Say They Are North Korean

The fishermen said their boat had broken down

Oscar Pistorius' Murder Sentence Has Been Extended to 13 Years

South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal upheld an appeal by prosecutors that the original, six-year sentence was too lenient

This Bakery Wants You to Try its Latest Delicacy: Crushed Insect Bread

Fazer says its bread, made with dried cricket flour, tastes just as good and has more protein than its wheat cousin

Refugees Who Refused to Leave Manus Island Detention Camp Have Been Forcibly Removed

The asylum seekers had refused to leave for fear they would face violence

An 'Explosion' Was Detected Near the Missing Argentine Sub's Last Known Location

More than a week has passed since the submarine disappeared

Robert Mugabe Won't Face Prosecution, Zimbabwe's Ruling Party Says

"Prosecuting him was never part of the plan," said ruling party whip Lovemore Matuke

How Black Friday Sales Madness Came to the U.K.

Blame Amazon

Myanmar's Crisis, Bangladesh's Burden: Among the Rohingya Refugees Waiting for a Miracle

This is not a story about justice. It is a story of survival

There Could Be a New Clue in the Search for the Missing Argentine Submarine

A noise that originated 30 miles north of the missing Argentine submarine's last known position could be a clue, officials say

'This Is the Moment!' U.N. Welcomes the Flood of Sexual Misconduct Cases

"It really has to come out of the woodwork," the head of the U.N. women's agency says

Zimbabwe's New President Mnangagwa Makes A Triumphant Return

"Today we are witnessing the beginning of a new, unfolding democracy," said Mnangagwa, formerly the vice president and confidant of ousted leader Robert Mugabe

U.S. Declares Violence Against Rohingya in Myanmar Is 'Ethnic Cleansing'

Over 600,000 have fled to Bangladesh

The Story of This Shocking Image From a Prison Camp in Bosnia Continues 25 Years Later

His name is Fikret Alic

Yemen Could Be Out of Food in Six Weeks, Aid Official Warns

Johan Mooij expects food supplies in Yemen's capital of Sana to run out in about six weeks. Mooij is the Yemen country director for CARE, one of several dozen humanitarian groups working with the United Nations to distribute food to millions of people in Yemen. Even before Saudi Arabia blockaded ...

Zimbabwe Is Toasting a New Beginning. But Will 'The Crocodile' Bring More of the Same?

Some think Emmerson Mnangagwa might be even more repressive than Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa Set To Be Sworn In as President on Friday

Zimbabwe's recently fired vice president was set to return

Lebanese PM Saad Hariri Puts Resignation On Hold in Surprise Reversal

The move is an embarrassment to Saudi Arabia, which was widely seen as having orchestrated his resignation

UN Court Sentences Ratko Mladic to Life in Prison for Bosnian War Crimes

Including the massacre of Srebrenica, Europe's worst mass killing since World War II

Eight Rescued After U.S. Navy Aircraft Crashes Into Pacific Ocean

A a search and rescue operation has been launched

Sacha Baron Cohen Offers to Pay Fines of Tourists Arrested for Wearing 'Borat' Mankinis

Six Czech fans were arrested in Astana while posting for photos wearing the film's famous "mankini" last week

The U.S. Navy Says an Aircraft With 11 Aboard Has Crashed Into the Pacific Ocean

A a search and rescue operation has been launched

Nelly Is Performing His First Concert in Saudi Arabia to an All-Male Crowd

Women are not allowed to buy tickets

China Is Investigating its Former Internet Censor-in-Chief for Corruption

Lu Wei was known as a hard-liner leading the government's efforts to tighten control over domestic cyberspace

President Trump Has Imposed New Sanctions on North Korea and Chinese Trading Firms

A North Korean corporation involved in sending workers overseas was also targeted

A North Korean Defector's Dramatic Dash Across the Border Was Captured on Video

North Korean soldiers fired about 40 rounds at the defector, who remains hospitalized

The U.N. Chief Says Human Trafficking May Constitute a War Crime

Antonio Guterres calls for urgent action to combat trafficking by terrorist groups and criminal gangs

A Syrian Refugee Family Watched Their Hopes for Reunion Dim Along with Angela Merkel's Political Future

The German chancellor, weakened by her refugee policy, failed to form a coalition government

Robert Mugabe Resigns as President of Zimbabwe After 37 Years in Power

Mugabe called for a "smooth, non-violent transfer of power"

Zimbabwe's Parliament Just Moved to Impeach Robert Mugabe

Mugabe has been in power for four decades

At Least 50 Dead in Suicide Bombing at Nigerian Mosque

There was no claim of responsibility for the bombing in Mubi town in Adamawa state, but suspicion immediately fell on the Boko Haram

Putin Says Russia Will End its Military Operation in Syria After Surprise Talks With Assad

Russia has been shoring up Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces, which tipped the scales in a devastating war

Trump Is Imposing New Sanctions on North Korea After Declaring It a Terror State

North Korea has joined the terror blacklist with Iran, Sudan and Syria

'Rakhine State Is a Crime Scene.' Amnesty International Accuses Myanmar of Apartheid

A crime against humanity is allegedly being committed against the Rohingya minority

Angela Merkel Signals Her Readiness For New Elections as Coalition Talks Collapse

The major obstacle to a three-way deal was immigration.

The Argentine Navy Says Noises It Detected Are Not From the Missing Submarine

The submarine, with a crew of 44, went missing after reporting a failure in its battery system

Pope Francis Has Asked Italian Traffic Police to Have 'Mercy' on Delinquent Drivers

"Mercy is not a sign of weakness", the Pope told traffic cops

Britain's Loss of a Place at the World Court Is Being Blamed on Its Fading International Influence

For the first time since 1946, a British judge will not sit on the bench of the International Court of Justice

A Member of India's Ruling Party Has Put a Bounty on the Heads of a Bollywood Actress and Her Director

An unreleased film based on a 16th century Sufi poem has prompted a backlash for its rumored depiction of interfaith love

U.S. Is Ending Temporary Residence Permits for Nearly 60,000 Haitians

U.S. officials said conditions in Haiti have significantly improved since the 2010 earthquake

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip Celebrated Their 70th Wedding Anniversary With Sweet New Photos

The long-lasting couple posed for new portraits in honor of the landmark event

See How Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Created the Modern Royal Wedding 70 Years Ago

The first modern Royal Wedding captivated the world 70 years ago, when Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were married in Westminster Abbey

President Trump Declares North Korea a State Sponsor of Terror

Trump said the long overdue designation will impose further penalties on the country