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Newsweek International  |  15th April 2016  


Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, the North Koreans said, wanted to resume negotiations in hopes of ending decades of hostility between the two countries. Jonathan Broder investigates why the US might be wrong about Kim Jong and his nuclear intentions.
Newsweek International Magazine renowned combination of news, culture and thought-provoking ideas is now available on your digital device. Articles provide the type of in-depth analysis missing in 24 hour news coverage. The perfect weekly read for those more inquisitive about the world.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Newsweek International 15th April 2016.

Rich in Friends RUSSIA MAXIM SHEMETOV/REUTERS Moscow—President Vladimir Putin, seen before a meeting on March 31, was among the biggest names caught up in a massive leak of documents known as the Panama Papers, whic...
Ruins of War SYRIA MIKHAIL VOSKRESENSKIY/SPUTNIK/AP Palmyra, Syria— A member of Syrian pro-government forces carries a flag of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) on March 27 after troops recaptured the strat...
Let Me In GREECE MARKO DJURICA/REUTERS Idomeni, Greece— Stranded refugees at the Greek border with Macedonia gather to listen to Nadia Murad Basee Taha, an Iraqi woman of the Yazidi faith who was abducted and ...
Underbuilt Overpass INDIA SAMIR JANA/HINDUSTAN TIMES/GETTY Kolkata, India— A rescue worker photographs a truck crushed beneath an overpass under construction when it collapsed March 31, killing at least 26 and injuring ...
‘KIM JONG UN IS NOT CRAZY’ Why the U.S. may be dangerously wrong about the North Korean leader and his nukes @BroderJonathan ON A COLD AFTERNOON in February, several former American officials hurried to the Hilton hotel in Berl...
Hard Choices WE NEED A LOT MORE RESEARCH ON WHY WOMEN SAY, “NOT TONIGHT, HONEY” @jessfirger Ever since Alfred Kinsey first observed copulating couples in his attic, researchers have been on a quest to understand w...
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Newsweek International   |   15th April 2016   


Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, the North Koreans said, wanted to resume negotiations in hopes of ending decades of hostility between the two countries. Jonathan Broder investigates why the US might be wrong about Kim Jong and his nuclear intentions.
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