TIME Magazine : International (204)

The Eiffel Tower Turned Off Its Lights In Solidarity With London

France has been the target of numerous terror attacks in recent years

U.N. Says an $864 Million Appeal for Drought-Hit Somalia Is Only 31% Funded

A worsening drought threatens millions of people with famine

The Problem With Trump? He's Too Much Like Obama, Says North Korea

Pyongyang has a criticism of Trump he probably wasn't expecting

Donald Trump Jr. Criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan Right After the Parliament Terror Attack

Trump Jr. mischaracterized the mayor's comments

What to Know About the London Parliament Attack

Five people, including a police officer and one man believed to be the attacker, were killed in an attack that London police are calling a “terrorist incident.” The suspect mowed down pedestrians in a vehicle on Westminster Bridge before fatally stabbing the officer outside the Houses of ...

British Foreign Minister Tobias Ellwood Tried to Save Officer Stabbed in London Attack

He can be seen giving CPR in photos

What to Know About Oleg Deripaska, the Russian Billionaire Who Paul Manafort Worked For

He has repeatedly been associated with shady dealings abroad

See the Aftermath of the London Attack Near the United Kingdom's Parliament

One woman was killed, police said

What to Know About the London Parliament Attack

Four people, including a police officer and one man believed to be the attacker, died in an attack that London police are calling a “terrorist incident.” The suspect mowed down pedestrians in a vehicle on Westminster Bridge before fatally stabbing the officer outside the Houses of ...

World Water Day 2017: 5 Things to Know About Water Consumption

Here's how you can do your bit to help with the water crisis

At Least 1 Person Dead in London Terror Attack Near United Kingdom's Parliament

"It looked like they were running for their lives," a member of Parliament who witnessed the shooting said

Assailant Shot Outside British Parliament Building After Gunfire Erupts

Britain's House of Commons suspended their session

A Year After Brussels, 'Her Face Tells Us Much About That Day'

The photographer behind the attacks' iconic image reunited with her subject a year later

Jesus' Tomb to Reopen in Jerusalem After a $4 Million Restoration

Experts worked through the night so pilgrims could still visit the tomb

Two Children Have Died in a Stampede at an Elementary School in China

Another 20 were reportedly injured during the crush

The Pope Tells Young People to Resist Social Media's 'False Image of Reality'

In his World Youth Day message, the pontiff slammed excessive smartphone use

North Korea Conducts a Failed Missile Test Amid Worsening Tensions on the Peninsula

The test comes as North Korea said further sanctions would not deter its nuclear ambitions

A Czech Zoo Is Sawing the Horns Off Its Rhinos to Protect Them From Poachers

Surgery has begun on Dvur Kralove Zoo's herd of 21 critically endangered black and southern white rhinos

The World's Appetite for Coal Is Shrinking. That's Raising Hopes for Climate Progress

Construction starts for coal-fired plants in China and India were down by 62% in January from last year

French Minister Resigns Over Probe Into Daughters' Parliamentary Jobs

A similar scandal has deeply damaged conservative Francois Fillon's presidential bid

See the Incredible Changing Colors of 'China's Dead Sea'

It's become a popular tourist destination

Here's Why the U.S. Is Banning Larger Electronics on Some Overseas Flights

The logic behind the ban on devices larger than cell phones

Doctors Around the World Rally for New Surgery to Counter Female Genital Mutilation

When American cosmetic surgeon Ivona Percec encountered her first patient to have been subjected to female genital mutilation, a widely scorned but enduring cultural practice in parts of Africa, the Middle East and Asia that intentionally alters or excises the genital organs of girls and women for ...

Paul Manafort Hid Payment From Pro-Russian Political Party, Ukranian Lawmaker Says

Manafort allegedly paid $750,000 for 501 computers

Russia Refuses to Confirm Rex Tillerson's Plans to Visit Moscow

Tillerson plans to skip a NATO meeting to go on the trip to Russia

Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's Former Deputy First Minister, Dies Age 66

His Sinn Fein party said he died after a short illness

Martin McGuinness, Former IRA Commander and Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, Dies Age 66

His Sinn Fein party said he died after a short illness

Philippine President Duterte Closes the Door on Legalizing Gay Marriage

On the campaign trail he referred to an error in the Bible' that stated unions should only be between men and women

Fear and Frustration Continue One Year After Belgium's Worst Terror Attack

One year ago on Wednesday, I was at Brussels Zaventem airport having breakfast in a departure terminal when it became clear that something was terribly wrong. I didn't hear or feel any blast, but suddenly a panicked restaurant worker shouted at everyone to get out. An evacuation order blared over ...

Fear and Frustration Continue One Year After Belgium's Worst Terror Attack

One year ago on Wednesday, I was at Brussels Zaventem Airport having breakfast in a departure terminal when it became clear that something was terribly wrong. I didn't hear or feel any blast, but suddenly a panicked restaurant worker shouted at everyone to get out. An evacuation order blared over ...

Greek Police Intercept Eight Parcel Bombs Headed to E.U. Countries

Letter bombs were sent last week to the German Finance Ministry and the Paris office of the International Monetary Fund

A Passenger Plane Crash-Landed and Burned in South Sudan but All 49 People Onboard Survived

When the plane crashed, its door flew open, which allowed the pilot and rescue crews to get everybody out

South Korea's Ousted Leader Questioned Over Corruption Scandal

Park could face extortion, bribery and other criminal charges

French Presidential Frontrunners Macron and Le Pen Clash in a Heated Debate

They sparred on issues such as immigration, terrorism and the burkini

The U.S. Plans to Ban Some Foreign Airline Passengers From Carrying on Large Electronics

The ban will impact about a dozen airlines

A Battlefield Death Leads Back to a Kurdish Family Familiar With Loss

A photographer documenting the Mosul offensive traces the repercussions from a death on the battlefield

Norway Is Happiest Country in the World. What's the Secret?

Happiness isn't just about wealth

Car Bombing in Baghdad Kills at Least 23 People

The attack targeted a commercial area

This Is the Happiest Country in the World

It's not the U.S.

World Donors Pledge Over $75 Million to Protect Heritage Sites Destroyed by ISIS

The goal for the fund is $100 million

Pope Francis Begs Forgiveness for Church's 'Sins and Failings' During Rwandan Genocide

He said these failings "disfigured the face of the church"

Stephen Hawking Fears He 'May Not Be Welcome' in U.S. Under Trump

Hawking spoke in a new interview

This Is the Happiest Country in the World

It's not the U.S.

Brexit Process Will Begin on March 29, U.K. Government Says

The Article 50 notification will come in a letter

Taiwan Doesn't Want to Become a Pawn Between the U.S. and China

Taipei has called on the U.S. and China "to not use Taiwan in their own interest or as a chess piece"

Syrian Army Retakes Parts of Damascus Captured by Rebels

The seizure was the insurgents' most serious infiltration in years into the Syrian capital

Paris Airport Attacker Consumed Drugs and Alcohol Before Rampage

Toxicology tests conducted as part of an autopsy found traces of alcohol, cocaine and cannabis in the blood of the suspect

Modi's Backing of a Hard-Liner to Run India's Most Populous State Poses Major Questions

Yogi Adityanath's appointment has sparked concerns about religious tolerance and the status of minorities in the world's biggest democracy

Trump Repeats His Charge That the North Korean Leader Is 'Acting Very, Very Badly'

Trump's renewed saber-rattling came as Rex Tillerson met with Xi Jinping in Beijing to discuss the Pyongyang problem

Modi's Backing of a Hardliner to Run India's Most Populous State Poses Major Questions

Yogi Adityanath's appointment has sparked concerns about religious tolerance and the status of minorities in the world's biggest democracy