Friday News Roundup - International

Sep 1, 2017

North Korea’s latest missile test — this time over Japan — sparked a condemnation from the United Nations Security Council, and this tweet from President Trump.

Flooding in South Asia left over 1,000 people dead.

Iran was found to be upholding its end of the 2015 nuclear accord.

The world remembered Princess Diana on the twentieth anniversary of her death.

And in Kenya, a plastic bag could now cost you thousands of dollars, and a few years in jail.

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Michael Goldfarb, Host of the First Rough Draft of History Podcast

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Simon Marks, President and chief correspondent, Feature Story News, serving audiences in the U.K., South Africa, New Zealand, Asia and elsewhere

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