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Road Map, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, is your guide to international news. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin interviews analysts and experts, answering questions about the world and what’s next on the global stage. Catch up on past episodes here.

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How football saved this man from genocide

How football saved this man from genocide

07/01/15 10:23AM

Former Rwandan national football team Captain Eric Eugene Murangwa survived the Rwandan genocide due to his teammates' protection. Filmmaker Kyri Evangelou takes a candid look into Eric's story. watch

Is Greece about to set a new debt record?

Is Greece about to set a new debt record?

07/01/15 10:11AM

Tensions are running high across Europe after Greece failed to make a debt payment of 1.6 billion euros, unofficially putting the country on the brink of an unavoidable default. William Birdthistle, Professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law join to discus watch

Is the Islamic State becoming more ambitious?

Is the Islamic State becoming more ambitious?

07/01/15 10:00AM

The terrorist last week in Tunisia, Kuwait and Paris left many wondering if the Islamic State's reach is growing significantly outside of Iraq and Syria. The Quilliam Foundation's Charlie Winter join Ayman Mohyeldin to discuss. watch

Road Map: Is the ISIS’ influence growing?

Is the Islamic State becoming more ambitious?

07/01/15 08:33AM

Do the terrorist attacks in Tunisia, Kuwait and Paris demonstrate the Islamic State’s growing ambitions? Ayman Mohyeldin tackles this question as well as takes a look at the looming debt crisis in Greece and how it could affect the U.S. as well as high... watch

Doc looks to the past to tell Palestinian...

Doc looks to the past to tell Palestinian story

06/24/15 10:41AM

Ayman Mohyeldin talks to director Amer Shomali and Impact Producer Julia Bacha about the documentary "The Wanted 18," which tells the story of a West Bank town which became of symbol of non-violent resistance against the Israeli government. watch

Cat hangs on to dear life on wing of glider

Cat hangs on to dear life on wing of glider

06/24/15 10:28AM

Greece's financial meltdown prompts young adults to move back in with their parents, divers take the plunge into Sweden's longest underwater cave, Wikipedia gets a print edition and a cat ends up aboard a glider on this week's Off the Beaten Path headline watch

Can we feed 9 billion people by 2050?

Can we feed 9 billion people by 2050?

06/24/15 10:12AM

Can we figure out how to feed 9 billion people by 2050? An expo in Milan, Italy focuses on food technology and sustainability, in hopes of fighting global hunger. Ambassador Douglas Hickey and Ayman Mohyeldin discuss. watch

Was the mass killing in Charleston terrorism?

Was the mass killing in Charleston terrorism?

06/24/15 10:00AM

The government is classifying the South Carolina church shooting as a hate crime, but a growing chorus of people are calling for the mass killing to be considered a terrorist attack. Dean Obeidallah, Brit Bennett, Eric Boehlert, and Ayman Mohyeldin... watch

Road Map: Was Charleston shooting terrorism?

Was the mass killing in Charleston terrorism?

06/24/15 08:09AM

A growing chorus of voices are calling the mass shooting in a Charleston, South Carolina 'church terrorism,' food security is a big focus for the 2015 Milan Expo, we look at harsh gay laws around the world, and the refugee crisis hits an all-time high... watch

Clock winds down for Greece default

Clock winds down for Greece default

06/17/15 02:53PM

Greece and its creditors have two weeks to come to new agreements on a new bailout plan. The Economist's Patrick Foulis and CNBC's Louisa Bojesen join to discuss. watch

Prabal Gurung on crowdsourcing for Nepal aid

Prabal Gurung on crowdsourcing for Nepal aid

06/17/15 10:47AM

Fashion designer Prabal Gurung joins to talk about how his fundraising campaign with Shikshya Foundation Nepal is crowdsourcing aid money for the reconstruction efforts after the deadly earthquake in the country. watch

How a dead man in Mexico became mayor

How a dead man in Mexico became mayor

06/17/15 10:44AM

Enrique Hernandez becomes the first man to win an election from the grave, Vladimir Putin opens a Disneyland-like military park, and a flamingo learns to walk with a prosthetic leg. watch

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