MSNBC (International News)
· Why India's Strikes in Pakistan Are 'Very Significant'
"India has grown increasingly frustrated that it has not been able to react without it escalating into nuclear war."
· 'Poisonous Air': Sudan Accused of Using Chemical Weapons
The chilling report cites evidence for at least 30 likely chemical attacks in a remote and inaccessible part of Darfur, one as recent as Sept. 9.
· 'Nazi Bride' Speaks for First Time During Three-Year Trial
"Today I judge people not by their origin or political stance, but by their behavior," the last surviving member of a right-wing terrorist trio said.
· Sisters Found Dead at Resort With 'No Marks on Them'
Annie Korkki and Robin Korkki were vacationing at a $2,000-a-night luxury resort on the Seychelles island of MahÃ©.
· Experts: Saudi Arabia May Still Fight Back against 9/11 lawsuit bill
Saudi Arabia has diplomatic and commercial tools it could respond with following the passage of a bill allowing 9/11 victims' families to sue.
· Boko Haram Puts Kids at Risk of Famine - UN
As many as 75,000 children will die over the next year in famine-like conditions created by Boko Haram if donors don't respond quickly, UNICEF says.
· Colombia May Receive Nobel Peace Prize for Ending Decades of War
Colombia will possibly be receiving a Nobel Peace Prize next week due to the signing of a peace accord that has ended half-century of war.
· Afghan President Pens Pact With Infamous Warlord
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, derided by some as the "Butcher of Kabul," was pardoned as part of a deal signed by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Ka
· Bold Art Helps Move Needle on LGBTQ Acceptance in the Baltics
With the help of bold art projects, like Estonia's "NSFW: A Chairman's Tale," activists are hoping to move the needle on LGBTQ acceptance in the Baltic states.
· Young Girl Saved From Rubble of Aleppo Building
Syrian 'White Helmet' volunteers pulled the five-year-old girl from the wreckage of a five-story building in the al-Shaar district of Aleppo
· Bill Clinton Pays Respects as Shimon Peres Lies in State
The former president was among those to mourn the former Israeli leader outside Israel's parliament.
· India Strikes Militants Inside Nuclear-Armed Pakistan
Both India and Pakistan have nuclear weapons. They have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947, two of them over Kashmir.
· Meet the 'Toy Smuggler' Determined to Make Kids Smile
His name is Rami Adham, but to people in Syria, he's known as "the toy smuggler."
· Gary Johnson Struggles to Name a Single Foreign Leader
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson struggled to name a single foreign leader when asked who his favorite was during an MSNBC town hall.
· Protesters in Mexico Fight for Abortion Decriminalization
Protesters gathered in a square in Mexico City to demand the decriminalization of abortion across Latin America.
· Rescuers Pull 15 Out From China Landslide, 32 Missing
Heavy rains brought by the remnants of Typhoon Megi caused the landslide to crash into Sucun village in China on Wednesday.
· U.S. Extradites Professor to Rwanda for Genocide Trial
Leopold Munyakazi, 65, was handed over to Rwandan police by U.S. officials at Kigali International Airport.
· Obama to Lead U.S. Delegation to Shimon Peres Funeral
Obama is one of several world leaders, including Bill Clinton, French President Francois Hollande and the U.K.'s Prince Charles, who will attend.
· Aleppo's Devastation as Seen By its Children
Millions of children in Syria remain prisoners of a horror without end.
· Watch Typhoon Megi Collapse Buildings and Hillsides
Heavy rainfall from Typhoon Megi caused devastation in parts of Zhejiang Province, China.
· U.S. Officials: 615 More Troops Heading To Iraq
The new troops will support offensive against ISIS in Mosul
· The Number of U.S. Troops in Iraq Keeps Creeping Up
The overall number has grown in sporadic bursts since June 2014, when President Obama first signed off on sending troops in the fight against ISIS.
· LGBTQ Festival Canceled in Haiti Amid Threats
Organizers of a cultural festival in Haiti celebrating the Afro-Caribbean LGBTQ community said it has been called off due to numerous threats of violence and a subsequent government order.
· Ban Ki-moon: Aleppo Worse Than a Slaughterhouse
The U.N. Secretary-General said those responsible know they are committing war crimes, adding that it's now "a war against Syrian health wor
· Poll: Australians Back Gay Marriage But Not Referendum Plan
A majority of Australians support gay marriage, an opinion poll on Wednesday found, but they do not back the government's plan to hold a national vote on whether it should be allowed.