International | WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio

International

RSS Feed
NPR

Pentagon: China's Government Hacked U.S. Networks

In a new report, the Department of Defense says that China's government is directly responsible for hacking into U.S. diplomatic, economic and defense networks.
NPR

Death Toll In Bangladesh Factory Collapse Surpasses 650

Workers continue to pull bodies out of the rubble from the collapse from last month's collapse of an eight-story garment complex.
NPR

Could Syria's Civil War Become A Large Regional Crisis?

Two Israeli airstrikes outside of Damascus in one weekend signal escalating tensions between Syria and its neighbors. The Syrian government has said the attacks "open the door to all possibilities," giving rise to concerns that the conflict could spill over the border.
NPR

Police Ask Passersby To Return Cash From Stolen Safe

When thieves in a Belgian town tried to shake the cops, they dumped a safe out of the getaway car. The safe popped open, spilling $1.3 million worth of cash. People scrambled to pick it up. One woman even brought out a broom. Two weeks later, police are asking for the money to be returned.
NPR

PHOTO: The Six-Story Rubber Ducky That's Gracing Hong Kong

Created by a Dutch artist, it's floating in Victoria Harbor for the month of May. See if the same song pops into your head as popped into ours.
NPR

Trip Update: Walking Out Of Digital Africa

Journalist Paul Salopek set off from Ethiopia this January on a seven-year hike. He has now left Africa and reached Saudi Arabia, and he sends this update.

Pages