MSNBC (International News)
· 'I Fight in Every Arena': The Druid Leader of Stonehenge Is Heading to Court
King Arthur was a British Army soldier and a member of biker gang. Now he is a pagan priest, a sword-bearer and a chieftain druid.
· Russians Are Fighting Within 'Hand-Grenade Range' of U.S. Troops in Syria. Here's Why
Washington and Moscow are both backing Kurdish YPG fighters as they take on ISIS. American and Russian commanders are in contact as a result.
· China Plans a Megacity the Size of New England
China's rulers are planning for the world's biggest megacity the size of New England, with an estimated population of 130 million.
· Why Russian Protesters Are Taunting Prime Minister With Bath Toys
Police detained more than 1,000 people in Moscow on Sunday during an unexpected surge of street protests that spanned 82 Russian cities.
· How the Photo 'Napalm Girl" Changed the Vietnam War
Photojournalist Nick Ut is retiring, in the same year that his famous picture "Napalm Girl" turns 45, ending his 50-year career with the AP.
· Border Agent Searches of Americas' Cellphones Spark Lawsuit
After an NBC News report on U.S. citizens having their cellphones searched at the border, an advocacy group has filed suit seeking answers from DHS.
· Infamous Terrorist 'Carlos the Jackal' Gets Third Life Sentence
The infamous Venezuelan, whose real name is Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, is already serving two life sentences for deadly attacks in the 1970s and 1980s.
· Ahmed Kathrada, Anti-Apartheid Leader, Dies at 87
Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada, who spent 26 years in jail â many of them alongside Nelson Mandela â for acts of sabotage against South Africa's previous white minority government, died in Johannesburg on Tuesday morning.
· Russian Meddling in U.S. Election Possibly an 'Act of War': Cheney
George W. Bush's vice president emphasized that he "does not speak for anyone else; I am not part of the government anymore."
· Cyclone Debbie Tears Into Australian Coast With 155 MPH Winds
Tourist resorts along Australia's Queensland coast have felt the full force of Cyclone Debbie.
· London Terrorist's Wife 'Saddened and Shocked', Condemns Attack
Rohey Hydara expressed her "condolences to the victims that have died" and wished a "speedy recovery to all the injured."
· 'It's Gone': Gigantic Gold Coin Worth $4.5M Stolen From Museum
"The thief, maybe thieves, broke open a window in the back of the museum next to the railway tracks," a spokesman for the Berlin police said.
· Soccer Match Ends Early as Fans Run on Field, Attack Players
Pitch invaders disrupted the Ivory Coast-Senegal match by getting past security guards and began chasing after players from both sides.
· Mexican Families Reunite at U.S.-Mexico Border Park
Friendship Park, located between the San Diego and Tijuana border is a place where Mexican families divided by their immigration status can reunite.
· Giuliani to Help Defend Accused Iran Money Launderer
Reza Zarrab is accused of laundering hundreds of millions dollars for the Iranian government and Iranian firms to evade sanctions.
· Russian Opposition Leader Jailed Following Protests
Alexei Navalny was sentenced to 15 days in prison after encouraging supporters to engage in nationwide anti-government corruption protests.
· U.S. to Send 275 More Soldiers to Iraq to Shore Up Mosul Efforts
Approximately 275 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division will head to northern Iraq as the military ratchets up the fight against ISIS in Mosul.
· Kin of U.S. Dad Killed in London Attack: We Bear No Ill Feelings Toward Terrorist
"His whole life was an example of focusing on the positive â¦ Not living life in the negative. And that's what we choose to do also."
· 7 High School Students, 1 Teacher Dead as Avalanche Hits Ski Resort
Japanese media said the students were participating in a three-day training program for members of mountaineering clubs from local schools.
· Escalator Suddenly Reverses Direction, Injuring at Least 18
At least 18 people were injured after an escalator packed full of shoppers at a Hong Kong mall suddenly reversed direction at high speed.
· U.S. Condemns Arrest of Russian Opposition Leader at Protest
A Reuters reporter saw police detain Alexei Navalny on Moscow's Tverskaya Street and put him in a police truck.
· ISIS, U.S.-Backed Forces Fight War of Words Over Fate of Key Dam
U.S.-led coalition forces said the 2.5-mile long Tabqa Dam was structurally sound and denied that any of its strikes had hit it.
· Eight Feared Dead After Avalanche Strikes During Student Training Climb
Emergency services say dozens of Japanese high school students and instructors were at the ski resort about 100 miles north of Tokyo.
· S. Korea Prosecutors Seek Warrant for Ousted President
Park became South Korea's first democratically elected president to be removed from office when a court upheld her impeachment this month.
· Iran Strikes Back at U.S. With 'Reciprocal' Sanctions on 15 Companies
Iran sanctioned what it described as 15 American companies, alleging they support terrorism, repression and Israel's occupation of land Palestinians want for a future state.