A week after Edward Snowden revealed himself as the source of one of the biggest-ever intelligence leaks, it s assumed he s still in Hong Kong -- and in hiding. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
A week after Edward Snowden revealed himself as the source of one of the biggest-ever intelligence leaks, it’s assumed he’s still in Hong Kong -- and in hiding. NBC’s Ian Williams reports.
China s President Xi Jinping has arrived in California for an informal, unscripted summit with President Obama. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
Firefighters in Northeast China have contained a massive fire that tore through a poultry plant. At least 119 people have been killed and more are still trapped. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
As workers began the grim process of recovering the dead, they heard a faint cry from the rubble. Seamstress Reshma Begum spent more than 16 days trapped in a basement mosque, subsisting on dried foods and small amounts of water. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
Rescuers, refusing to give up hope, scour the rubble for survivors in the aftermath of one of the country s worst industrial disasters. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
With fears the bird flu could spread worldwide in much the same way SARS did a decade ago, the Centers for Disease Control is distributing diagnostic kits and monitoring travelers who have visited China. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
China's worst earthquake in three years on Saturday killed at least 157 people and injured more than 5,700. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
In spite of the angry rhetoric, life in North Korea goes on as normal - or at least what passes as normal in this isolated state. AP photographer David Guttenfelder has been chronicling life in North Korea for years. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
NBC's Ian Williams reports on the latest tensions emanating from North Korea.
North Korea said on Saturday it was entering a state of war with South Korea. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
Baengnyeong Island, home to 5,000 South Korean civilians, sits just 10 miles from the border with North Korea. Fearing an attack from the north, the island has become a fortress with fences, bomb shelters and mine fields. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
North Korea s young leader Kim Jong-un has issued almost daily threats, including the threat of nuclear strikes on Washington, D.C., and Seoul. In addition, Pyongyang has put its troops on combat readiness, warning that war may break out at any moment. NBC s Ian Williams reports.
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