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Airport Bomb Plot Foiled in Manila, Officials Say

A bid to plant car-bombs at the Philippines' main airport and a nearby shopping mall was foiled on Monday, authorities said.

TV Screens Go Blank as Protesters Seize Network's HQ

Pakistan's PTV channel and its English-language PTV World service were taken off the air Monday after protesters stormed its headquarters.

Activists Clash With Police in Hong Kong

Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong strive with police in an attempt to disrupt a speech by a senior Beijing official.

WATCH: What It's Like to Ride World's Fastest Zipline

NBC News' Jamieson Lesko flies headfirst at speeds of up to 100mph over a former slate quarry in Wales.

Protesters Force Pakistan's State TV Off the Air

TV news channels report as anti-government protesters storm the HQ of Pakistan TV in Islamabad.

'Stockpile Toilet Paper,' Japan's Government Says

A message Japan began delivering Monday is a bit unusual, but true enough: Don't wait until it's too late to think about toilet paper.

Why Oktoberfest Fans May Not Be So Thirsty This Year

Beer tents at the world-famous Munich Oktoberfest may face a pretzel shortage this year after local bakers threatened to go on strike.

Ukraine Slams Russia's 'Direct and Open Aggression'

Ukraine's president said Russia's involvement radically changed the balance against Kiev in its fight against pro-Russia separatists.

U.S. Rebukes Israel Over West Bank Land Appropriation

"We urge the government of Israel to reverse this decision,” a State Department official said in Washington,

China Official Heckled in Rare Case of Open Defiance

Hong Kong lawmakers disrupted a Beijing official's speech as he sought to explain a decision to tightly limit voting reforms for the financial hub.

U.S. Believes Embassy in Libya 'Secure,' Official Says

The U.S. embassy personnel and operations in Tripoli were relocated on July 26th due to the ongoing fighting between militias occurring very close to the compound.

Destination Jihad? French Girl Arrested On Way to Syria

A man around age 20 was later arrested on suspicion of being her recruiter and of buying her an airline ticket to Turkey.

Parents of Critically-Ill British Boy Face Extradition

A critically-ill 5-year-old boy driven to Spain by his parents against doctors' advice is receiving medical treatment for a brain tumor.

Liberated: Iraqi Forces Free Town From ISIS Seige

Iraqi security forces and Shiite militiamen liberated the town of Amirli on Sunday after a two-month siege by ISIS militants, officials told NBC News.

Ukraine Says Rebels Fired on Border Guard Vessel

Vladimir Putin on Sunday called on Ukraine to immediately start talks on a political solution to the crisis in eastern Ukraine.

Lesotho's Prime Minister Flees Country During 'Clashes'

Deputy Prime Minister Mothetjoa assumed power in Lesotho after Prime Minister Thomas Thabane fled during a military uprising.

Light Up the Night: Hong Kong Protests Gain Steam

Democracy activists vow to step up protests after China rules out allowing open nominations in the inaugural election for Hong Kong's leader.

A Fairytale Night for Girls in Rio Slum

Dressed in long evening gowns, girls from Rio de Janeiro's Santa Marta favela celebrate a fairy-tale evening at a debutante ball sponsored by police.

Fairy-Tale Night for Girls in Rio Slum

Dressed in long evening gowns, girls from Rio de Janeiro's Santa Marta favela celebrate a fairy-tale evening at a debutante ball sponsored by police.

Two Dead as Paris Building Collapses After Explosion

A child and an elderly woman were killed when a four-story building in a Paris suburb collapsed following an explosion, French authorities said.

Pro-Wrestlers Put On a Show for Baffled North Koreans

A group of brawny pro-wrestlers took their antics to Pyongyang this weekend in an oddball attempt at sports diplomacy.

Sen. Feinstein on MTP: 'I Believe the Goal Is Baghdad'

Senate Intelligence Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein details ISIS’ latest offensive in Iraq.

Feinstein: ISIS Is 'a Major Varsity Team'

Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Dianne Feinstein says ISIS is a serious threat.

Sen. Feinstein on MTP: Not Sure Russian Sanctions Will Work

Intelligence Chair says people of Russia will not break under economic sanctions, will turn to Putin.

Will U.S. Fight ISIS in Syria?

Richard Engel explains a possible reluctance by the Obama administration to take the fight against ISIS beyond Iraq’s borders.

Michael Leiter on MTP: Al-Nusra Front Just As Dangerous As ISIS

NBC News analyst says other organizations within Syria could pose a greater threat to the U.S.

Putin and Obama Face Off: Who's Winning?

Jim Maceda reports on Russian incursion into Ukraine.

Michael McFaul: Putin Escalating Conflict Off the Battlefield As Well

Fmr. Ambassador to Russia says Russia is making moves to support separatists politically in Ukraine.

Russian Protesters Get Creative Despite Danger of Arrest

Under relentless pressure from heavy handed officials, Russians protesting their country’s policies in Ukraine are getting creative.

Paris Building Collapses After Explosion, One Child Dead

A child was killed Sunday morning when a four-story building in a Paris suburb collapsed following an explosion, French authorities said.


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