World in 2:00

World in 2:00

$250 billion in deals were announced during President Trump's state visit to Beijing on Thursday, including a plan to export Alaskan natural gas to China.
President Trump delivers remarks to the National Assembly in South Korea. November 7, 2017. White House Photo / Shealah Craighead

Trump said Kim Jung Un would need to completely, verifiably and irreversibly end its nuclear program in order to start talks with the U.S.

Shinzo Abe's decision to befriend President Donald Trump could earn his country a reprieve from Trump's focus on trade imbalances.
Courtesy: ICAN

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons was awarded the prize for its efforts to create a treaty banning nuclear weapons earlier this year.
More than 500,000 people are estimated to have fled to Bangladesh, escaping violence in Myanmar. Photo: Tommy Trenchard/ Caritas/ CAFOD, September 2017.

Lawmakers met Thursday to discuss what the U.N. calls an ethnic cleansing of minority Rohingya Muslims by Myanmar's Buddhist government.
The flags of E.U. member states outside the European Parliament. Courtesy: European Parliament

The EU is stepping up efforts to recoup billions in back-taxes from Amazon and Apple, after Luxembourg and Ireland allegedly offered illegal tax deals.
Members of the Catalan government hold a demonstration to protest the use of force by Spanish police during Sunday's independence vote. October 2, 2017. Courtesy: Catalan Government

Spanish police are accused of injuring at least 800 people in Catalonia on Sunday amid efforts to prevent a controversial independence referendum.
President Trump addresses the U.N. General Assembly. September 19, 2017. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Trump downplayed the value of collective problem-solving, arguing instead for countries to look after their own interests.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres greets President Trump and Ambassador Nikki Haley. September 18, 2017. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

President Trump paid his first visit to the United Nations and praised the organization for beginning a complex reform process.

The UN says some 400,000 people have fled a violent military campaign Asian nation of Myanmar in recent weeks, with most seeking shelter in neighboring Bangladesh.