USA TODAY: International (103)

Hoop dreams? Dennis Rodman thinks he can bring Trump and 'friend' Kim Jong Un together

Rodman knows both president Trump and Kim Jong Un and believes the two leaders "are pretty much the same people."         

Why the cheetah population is shrinking

The current estimate of cheetahs that remain in the wild is 7,000 in Africa and 100 in Asia.         

How this cheetah mom shows tough love to her cubs

Experts figure that about 95% of cheetah cubs don’t make it to the age of 2.         

Russia begins its partial withdrawal from Syria

Russia begins its partial withdrawal from Syria Video provided by AFP         

Jaguar fights crocodile to the death

Take a look at this exclusive video shot by National Geographic of a jaguar fighting off a crocodile.         

'Jaguar vs. crocodile': Two predators fight to the death

Days spent tracking the world's third-largest cat species in South America culminate in a breathtaking battle between two predators.         

Charles Jenkins, former U.S. deserter to North Korea, dies at 77

Jenkins disappeared in 1965 while on patrol along the Demilitarized Zone.         

These women in the Philippines scour a dump site for trash to turn into 'something beautiful'

The women search tons of trash in hopes of finding reusable or recyclable items they can sell.         

Dennis Rodman wants Trump to let him travel to North Korea

Rodman knows both president Trump and Kim Jong Un.         

Stalking is increasing in England, and police aren't doing enough to stop it

Campaigners say early intervention by the police is vital.         

Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army deserter has died in Japan

Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77.         

U.S., S. Korea 'discuss' military drills amid Olympic worries

The U.S. and South Korea 'discuss' military drills amid worries about the upcoming Olympic games. Video provided by AFP         

France awards scientists with 'Make Our Planet Great Again' grants

Eighteen climate scientists from the U.S. and elsewhere hit the jackpot Monday as French President Emmanuel Macron awarded them millions of euros in grants to relocate to France for the rest of Donald Trump’s presidential term.         

Oscar Pistorius bruised in a jail fight over telephone use

A prison official said that Pistorius sustained a minor injury.         

Central African Republicans serve up a tasty cricket treat

Central African Republicans serve up tasty cricket treat Video provided by AFP         

World leaders, Schwarzenegger, gather for Paris climate summit

Sean Penn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Gates and Elon Musk are among prominent figures joining the world leaders.         

Austria: 1 dead, 18 hurt in explosion at natural gas plant

The blast occurred in Baumgarten an der March, east of Vienna.         

A millionaire's giving away his $3M mansion & you could win it

A British millionaire is giving away his mansion to one lucky lottery winner. Buzz60's Josh King has more.         

Putin's troop withdrawal from Syria may not be all he says it is

Analysts say Russian President Vladimir Putin's pledge to reduce forces in Syria won't impact his support for Syrian President Bashar Assad.         

North Korea's newest claim: Kim Jong Un can control the weather

Pyongyang's state media implies Kim Jong Un can control 'the nature.'         

Baby milk maker orders global recall over salmonella fears

Baby milk maker Lactalis and French authorities have ordered a global recall of millions of products over fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.         

Palestinians protest Trump recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital

        

U.K. leader says there’s new optimism in Brexit talks

Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday there is a new sense of optimism about negotiations over Britain’s departure from the European Union.         

Six months after London's Grenfell Tower fire

        

U.S. braces for North Korean missiles; drills with S. Korea and Japan

With the elevation of North Korea’s missile program, the U.S., South Korea and Japan have launched their first trilateral anti-missile drills since late November.         

Chaos hits European flights as snow snarls major hubs

Air travelers in Europe faced more disruptions Monday after a winter storm snarled flights at several hub airports this weekend.         

Saudi Arabia lifts 35-year-long ban on movie theaters

Another major change coming to Saudi Arabia, the kingdom lifting its ban on movie theaters.         

Russia’s Putin orders 'significant' withdrawal of troops from Syria

Partial withdrawal two years after Russia entered Syria’s civil war indicates an all but certain victory for President Assad.         

Backlash, protests continue over Trump's Jerusalem decision

Violence flares in Beirut; security guard stabbed in Jerusalem.         

The Latest: Security guard stabbed in Jerusalem; violent protests in Beirut

Attack near central bus station appears to be the first since Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.         

The Latest: Protest near U.S. Embassy in Beirut sparks clashes

Lebanese and Palestinian demonstrators have clashed with security forces in Beirut over Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.         

Thousands of Indonesians rally at U.S. Embassy over Jerusalem

About 10,000 rallied Sunday outside the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta to denounce President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.         

'Exceptional day': 2 ancient tombs discovered in Egypt’s Luxor

The tombs, located in a cemetery for noblemen and top officials, are the latest discovery in the city famed for its temples and tombs.         

Israeli strikes kill 2 Hamas men after Gaza rocket attack

The flare-up followed clashes Friday between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops in dozens of West Bank hotspots and along the Gaza border.         

Archaeologists in Egypt make an 'exceptional' find

Archaeologists in Luxor, Egypt have discovered two small ancient tombs dating back about 3,500 years. The tombs were likely part of a cemetery for noblemen and top officials.         

Iraq says its war against the Islamic State has ended

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced Iraqi forces were in full control of the country’s border.         

Iraq says its war against IS has ended

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced Iraqi forces were in full control of the country’s border.         

Israeli airstrikes kill Hamas members amid tensions after Trump's Jerusalem announcement

The flare-up followed clashes Friday between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops in dozens of West Bank hotspots and along the Gaza border.         

Supreme Court blocks order for White House to disclose DACA documents

The Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Trump administration does not have to turn over documents connected to its decision to end the DACA program .         

The most northerly town in the world is at risk of disappearing

The 2,000 residents in Longyearbyen -- Norway in the Arctic Circle wish for more snow and freezing temperatures.         

Clashes erupt on Gaza's border with Israel

Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops across the West Bank and Gaza, and Muslim worshippers from Jordan to Indonesia poured into the streets after Friday prayers to protest President Trump’s recognition of contested Jerusalem as Israel’s capital         

Demonstrators in Lebanon protest Trump's Jerusalem moves

Demonstrators in Lebanon protest Trump's Jerusalem moves Video provided by AFP         

Fringe parties rise as Australians lose faith in mainstream

Fringe parties rise as Australians lose faith in mainstream. Video provided by AFP         

Brexit: Where the U.K.’s divorce from the EU stands

A summit of European Union leaders will be held in Brussels next week.         

Trump's tweets taint travel ban, federal judges say

President Trump's travel ban ran into a familiar problem Friday at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit: President Trump.         

14 U.N. peacekeepers killed, over 40 hurt in Congo attack

Congo, a country the size of Western Europe, has seen immeasurable cruelty and greed as a result of its vast mineral resources.         

Protesters in West Bank, Gaza, Mideast and Asia rail against Trump's Jerusalem decision

More than a dozen Palestinians were hurt during Friday's the clashes with police.         

Brexit deal clinched, talks can shift to trade

European stocks rally to the week's high and sterling rallies as Britain and the EU announce a deal to move on to talk about trade and a Brexit transition period.         

YouTuber cements head in microwave, fire department is not impressed

A YouTuber got his head stuck in a microwave and the West Midlands Fire Service in the UK was not impressed.         

Women in Germany's east earn close to what men do. Can we thank socialism for that?

If someone in Germany calls you a “raven mother,” it's not a compliment.