TIME Magazine : International (120)

The National Zoo's Giant Panda, Bao Bao, Has Left for China

The 3-year-old cub was popular in Washington

Riots Break Out in Sweden Following Drug-Related Arrest

The arrest prompted rioters to throw rocks at police officers, loot shops and set cars on fire.

Turkey Is Not Convinced By Erdogan's Bid to Transform the Constitution

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is leaving nothing to chance. Launching his campaign on Feb. 17 to expand the power of his office via a constitutional referendum, the President came out with rhetorical guns blazing. He likened the opponents of the proposed amendments to those who plotted the bloody ...

Marine Le Pen Canceled a Meeting with Lebanon's Top Cleric After Being Asked to Wear a Headscarf

France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen canceled a meeting with Lebanon's grand mufti on Tuesday after refusing to wear a headscarf for the encounter. The media office of Lebanon's grand mufti, Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian, told Reuters they were “surprised by her refusal” ...

5 Stats That Help Explain What's Really Happening in Sweden

U.S. President Donald Trump was ridiculed by Swedes over the weekend when he suggested the country's acceptance of immigrants was not working out. It began at a campaign-style rally in Florida on Saturday when the President suggested an incident in Sweden that did not occur. “You look at ...

Azerbaijan's Leader Just Appointed His Wife as His Vice President

She's now second in line in the country's power hierarchy

74 Bodies of Migrants Wash Ashore in Libya After Attempted Crossing

Migrant deaths along key smuggling routes have recently risen to record levels

Israeli Soldier Jailed for 18 Months for Killing Wounded Palestinian Attacker

TEL AVIV, Israel , An Israeli military court has sentenced a soldier to 18 months in prison for the fatal shooting last year of a wounded Palestinian attacker. Prosecutors had asked that Sgt. Elor Azaria be sentenced on Tuesday to 3-5 years in prison. His defense attorneys insisted he should be ...

British Muslim Removed From U.S.-Bound Airplane with No Explanation

"It made me feel like a criminal. I couldn't speak, I was lost for words"

Meet Evan Mawarire, the Zimbabwean Pastor Risking His Life for Political Change

Evan Mawarire does not regret coming back to Zimbabwe, though he risks jail, abduction, torture or being “disappeared” by government thugs. “This is where my family support network is, where my church is, where my roots are, where my life is,” the pro-democracy activist tells ...

Five People Have Been Killed in Pakistan After a Suicide Bomb Attack Outside a Court

Over 100 people have been killed in a spate of attacks in the country since last week

Malaysia Says It Doesn't Yet Know How Kim Jong Un's Estranged Half-Brother Was Killed

The attack spiraled into diplomatic fury between Kuala Lumpur and Pyongyang

Mattis Holds Talks on Defeating ISIS as Iraqi Troops Advance on Western Mosul

The U.S. defense secretary is due to present a new strategy for defeating ISIS next week

Swedish Prime Minister Urges Everyone to 'Use Facts Correctly' After Trump's Confusing Remarks

Stefan Loefven advised policy makers to verify information before spreading it

Five People Are Dead After a Light Aircraft Crashed Into a Shopping Mall in Australia

The plane reportedly experienced "catastrophic engine failure" shortly after takeoff

Iraqi Troops Advance on Western Mosul as Mattis Holds Talks on Defeating ISIS

The U.S. defense secretary is due to present a new strategy for defeating ISIS next week

Mike Pence Tries to Reassure a Nervous Europe on U.S. Support

Trump's benevolence toward Russia, and campaign rhetoric, have sparked considerable anxiety in Europe

United Kingdom Parliament Debates President Trump's State Visit

One lawmaker said Trump had shown an "Orwellian" disregard for the truth and behaved "like a petulant child"

Russian Ambassador to the U.N. Vitaly Churkin Dead at 64

He had the job for over a decade

President Trump's Foreign Policy Failures Are Alarming Europe

Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander reports from a security conference that left Europe shocked

Mike Pence Tries to Reassure a Nervous Europe on U.S. Support

After President Trump's heated rhetoric during the campaign

Newspaper Reports What Really 'Happened in Sweden Last Night' for President Trump

Swedish tabloid newspaper Aftonbladet published a timeline

Donald Trump's Demands on NATO Defense Spending Are Driving a Wedge Into Europe

The European Union may not feel much like a family these days, but its leaders do tend to bicker like one over questions of money and pride, especially when they have a grumpy uncle named Donald Trump calling in debts on defense spending from across the Atlantic. So it was at the Munich Security ...

These Haitian Refugees Are Stranded at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini reports back from Tijuana, Mexico

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis Says There Are No Plans to Seize Iraqi Oil

His statement marks a shift away from an idea proposed by President Donald Trump that has rattled Iraq's leaders

A Chinese Princeling Has Allegedly Offered a Reward to Anyone Who 'Beats Up' a Hong Kong Judge

Cai Xiaoxin allegedly made the offer on Chinese social media

Megaupload Founder Kim Dotcom Can Be Extradited to the U.S., a New Zealand Court Rules

The court said he was extraditable for general criminal law fraud'

Malaysia Has Recalled Its North Korean Ambassador over the Death of Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother

Pyongyang's ambassador to Malaysia meanwhile accused Kuala Lumpur of 'trying to conceal something' in its autopsy of Kim Jong Nam's remains

The World Can Expect More Cybercrime From North Korea Now That China Has Banned Its Coal

China's ban on North Korean coal will encourage Pyongyang to resort to illicit methods of currency generation, especially cybercrime

The World Can Expect More Cyber Crime From North Korea Now That China Has Banned Its Coal

China's ban on North Korean coal will encourage Pyongyang to resort to illicit methods of currently generation, especially cyber crime

First They Killed My Father Author Describes Working With Angelina Jolie's Kids on Film Set

Pax is a talented photographer and Mad is so kind and generous"

The Fight to Retake Mosul From ISIS Reaches Perilous New Stage

This could be a tougher and more lethal phase of the fight

At Least 20 Dead in Blast at Mogadishu Marketplace

At least 50 people were injured

Vice President Mike Pence Visited a Former Nazi Concentration Camp

He was accompanied by a survivor of the camp

SpaceX Launches Rocket to International Space Station From NASA's Historic Pad

NASA's historic moonshot pad is back in business

Iraq Launches Major Operation to Retake Western Mosul From ISIS

It's the latest phase in a four-month-old offensive to retake Iraq's second largest city

Investigators Seek 4 More North Korean Suspects in Kim Jong Nam's Death

They fled Malaysia the same day Kim Jong Un's half-brother was poisoned

Russia Says It Wants a 'Post-West World Order'

A call for "pragmatic relations, mutual respect" with the U.S.

President Trump's Sons Are in Dubai to Open a New Golf Club

Eric and Donald Jr. receive Secret Service protection

Angelina Jolie and Her Kids Enjoyed a Movie With Cambodian Royalty

Angelina Jolie's long-awaited Cambodian film premiere was a family affair. The actress was joined by her children , Maddox, 15, Pax, 13, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 , at the world premiere of her passion project, First They Killed My Father in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Her sons ...

Mike Pence Promises the World: We Will 'Hold Russia Accountable'

In his first overseas trip as vice president

In Guatemala, Even Walking to School Can Turn Deadly

"The children died together and together they will remain"

Car Bombing in Southeastern Turkey Kills 3-Year-Old Child and Wounds 15

The bomb went off near the homes of judges and prosecutors

These Drone-Hunting Eagles Aren't Messing Around

"These eagles can spot drones several thousand meters yards away"

The World's Oceans Are Losing Oxygen. Here's Why That's a Big Problem

It can have rippling effects across the deep blue

North Korea Assassination Suspect Thought She Was Participating in a TV Prank

A suspect in the killing of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un's half-brother, who died in a shopping concourse at the Kuala Lumpur airport on Monday, reportedly thought she was participating in a television prank, not an international assassination. Indonesia's national police chief Tito Karnavian ...

U.S. Wrestlers in Iran Practice Hands-On Diplomacy

In sports at least the U.S> and Iran can get along

How 5 of America's Closest Allies Are Faring in the Trump Era

Donald Trump came to power on promises to upend the world order in America's favor; one month in, he's definitely shaken things up, but even some U.S. allies are left guessing where Washington is headed. Here then is a look at the state of relations with five traditional U.S. allies in the age of ...

France's Leftwing Candidates Consider Uniting to Trounce Marine Le Pen

Two of the most left-leaning candidates in France's presidential election are in talks to join forces, in what would be the latest twist in a turbulent race for the Élysée Palace. “We are having discussions and we will continue to have discussions,” Socialist Benoît Hamon said of Friday ...

Apparently New Zealand Might Be Part of a Lost Underwater Continent

Geologists think it should be part of an eighth continent: Zealandia