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Ratko Mladic guilty of genocide, sentenced to life in prison

Former Bosnian Serb wartime army leader Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after being found guilty of genocide over atrocities committed during the Bosnian war from 1992 to 1995. More>>

Lebanon Prime Minister Saad Hariri puts resignation on hold

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced Wednesday he was putting his resignation on hold, more than two weeks after he shocked the country by saying he was stepping down. More>>

Suspects detained in German Christmas market terror plot

A possible terror plot on a Christmas market in Germany was uncovered Tuesday after six Syrian nationals were detained in raids by police, a German intelligence official told CNN. More>>

Zimbabwe awaits arrival of Emmerson Mnangagwa

Zimbabwe's presumptive leader is due to return to Harare today to replace ousted president Robert Mugabe, who resigned under pressure from his own party and the military Tuesday. More>>

Prime Minister Saad Hariri returns to Lebanon

More than two weeks after his unexpected resignation as prime minister of Lebanon, Saad Hariri has finally returned to Beirut, where he's likely to face tough questions over why he quit. More>>

Dramatic video shows North Korean soldier's escape across border

Dramatic video showing a North Korean soldier fleeing across the border into South Korea while being shot at by his former comrades was released by the United Nations Command Wednesday. More>>

China's former internet czar faces corruption probe

China's former internet czar has become the latest senior official caught in President Xi Jinping's massive anti-corruption dragnet. More>>

Argentina's missing submarine: What we know

Efforts to locate an Argentine submarine that has been missing since last week have been ramped up dramatically by a multinational search team of boats and planes, the country's navy says. More>>

Argentina: Missing sub could be out of oxygen soon

Worried relatives of 44 missing Argentine submariners were comforted Tuesday by banners and the support of countrymen who gathered outside a naval base here. For now, all they can do is wait, hope and pray the crew will be... More>>

How searchers are trying to find Argentina's missing submarine

The ongoing search for a missing Argentine navy submarine sheds light on the difficulty of finding a vessel that's designed not to be found -- especially one that might have lost its ability to communicate. More>>

Robert Mugabe resigns after 37 years as Zimbabwe's leader

Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe's President on Tuesday after 37 years of autocratic rule, finally succumbing to the pressure of a military takeover and the humiliation of impeachment. More>>

Delayed flight at Canadian airport turns into a party

Waiting for a delayed flight is usually a pain, but one group of passengers at a Canadian airport used it as an excuse to party. More>>

Nigeria bombing: 50 killed in early-morning attack on mosque

At least 50 people were killed on Tuesday in a suicide bomb attack at a mosque in northern Nigeria on the border with Cameroon, police told CNN. More>>

Emmerson Mnangagwa, the 'crocodile,' in line to be Zimbabwe's next leader

There were wild celebrations in the Zimbabwean capital Harare when Robert Mugabe bowed to the inevitable and resigned as President on Tuesday. But as Zimbabweans feted his demise, it was unclear whether they would welcome... More>>

UN Security Council seeks investigation into Libya slave trade

Diplomats at a UN Security Council meeting on human trafficking called Tuesday for investigations into slave auctions in Libya following a CNN report last week on the practice. More>>

Grace under fire: A first lady's ambition cut short

Grace Mugabe had the world at her feet, a national airline at her disposal for shopping jaunts around the world, where she stayed at luxury hotels without a care for the staggering cost. Her husband Robert Mugabe was... More>>

Palestinians freeze communications with Trump administration

The Palestinian leadership has frozen communications with the Trump administration following the White House's threat to close the office of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Washington. More>>

Robert Mugabe: Zimbabwe's war hero turned brutal autocrat

He reigned over Zimbabwe for nearly four decades with an iron fist, and infamously claimed that "only God" could ever remove him from office. But now, at the age of 93, President Robert Mugabe is witnessing his rule's... More>>

Was Zimbabwe's military takeover the world's strangest (non) coup?

From the moment it began -- with an army spokesman in military fatigues sitting at a TV desk insisting that he was not announcing a military takeover -- Zimbabwe's political crisis did not play out like any ordinary coup.... More>>

Robert Mugabe was in power for 37 years, but he wasn't Africa's longest-ruling leader

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's decades-long grip on power in the southern African nation ended Tuesday with his resignation -- but the continent still has a few leaders who've been in charge for nearly as long, or... More>>

Zimbabwe: Live updates

By James Masters, Lauren Said-Moorhouse and Luke McGee CNN () -- TM & © 2017 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. More>>

What next for Germany as Merkel myth implodes?

It was just before midnight on Sunday when Christian Lindner, leader of Germany's Free Democrats (FDP), made the stunning announcement that his party was pulling out of coalition talks. More>>

Zimbabwe's MPs begin impeachment process against defiant Mugabe

Zimbabwe's Parliament has begun impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe, the first time in the country's 37-year history that it has attempted such a move. More>>

North Korea punishes top military leaders, South Korea says

Two key figures in the North Korean military have been punished for "impure behavior," according to a South Korean lawmaker, a move analysts say is likely intended to help leader Kim Jong Un tighten his grip on power. More>>

This one photo tells you all you need to know about Syria

Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad, the Black Sea and a balcony corner of the Bocharov Ruchey State residence in Sochi, a favorite of the Kremlin head. You can also see one of Putin's many luxury watches peeking out from... More>>

Singapore teens have social skills as well as smarts, study suggests

Singapore's teens can add another feather to their caps. More>>

Meet 'Oumuamua, the first observed interstellar visitor to our solar system

On October 19, the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii spotted something strange zooming through our solar system. It turned out to be a visitor from beyond our solar system, and it's unlike anything astronomers have seen... More>>

Putin to speak with Trump after meeting with Syrian President Assad

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to call US President Donald Trump on Tuesday following a rare meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad to discuss the future of Syria, a statement from the Kremlin said. More>>

Flows of 'water' on Mars may actually be sand, new study reveals

Since the discovery of dark streaks on the slopes of Mars in 2011, astronomers have been excited about potential evidence of water beneath the surface of the red planet. More>>

Release of Bollywood epic postponed amid death threats sent to female lead

Producers of a Bollywood movie have delayed its release amid fears for the safety of its female star, following death threats from prominent Hindu hardliners. More>>

Blue whales tend to be righties -- with one exception

Here's a real whale of a tale you can use at the Thanksgiving table to impress your in-laws or to fill that silence after Uncle Jack goes too far expressing his political passions: Most blue whales tend to be "right-handed." More>>

US Marine arrested following fatal Okinawa truck crash

A US service member has been arrested following a deadly vehicle crash on the Japanese island of Okinawa early Sunday morning. More>>

Argentine navy says sounds detected aren't from missing sub

Sounds that were detected during the search for a missing Argentine navy submarine did not come from the vessel, the navy said late Monday. More>>

UN chief: Libya slave auctions may be crimes against humanity

The UN secretary-general said Monday he is "horrified" at reports showing African migrants sold as slaves and called for immediate investigations. More>>

Robert Mugabe to meet with ousted VP as impeachment looms

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has agreed to direct talks with the former Vice President he recently fired, the country's military chief said Monday. More>>

Merkel: New elections a 'better path' than minority government

Fresh elections in Germany appeared increasingly likely Monday evening after Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that she preferred a new vote over governing without a parliamentary majority. More>>

Arab League states condemn Hezbollah as 'terrorist organization'

Saudi Arabia ramped up its campaign against Iran's growing influence in the Arab World Sunday by persuading most of the 22 member states of the Arab League to condemn Iran's Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, as a "terrorist... More>>

Kenya's Supreme Court rules election rerun valid, opposition rejects decision

Kenya's Supreme Court ruled Monday that last month's presidential election rerun met all the constitutional requirements, meaning incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta is the winner. However the opposition rejected the... More>>

Turkish capital bans LGBT events

The governor of Turkey's capital, Ankara, has banned all public events relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, citing fears they could "provoke hatred and hostility." More>>

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip mark 70th anniversary with new portraits

New portraits of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, were released Monday to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary. More>>

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri says he is Cairo-bound

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who recently resigned, plans to visit Cairo on Tuesday before what he says will be his eventual return to Lebanon. More>>

Afghan commandos rescue 15 people from Taliban prison

Fifteen people were freed from a Taliban prison in the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand on Sunday, the international coalition said in a statement. More>>

Zimbabwe's Mugabe vows to stay in power despite pressure to resign

Embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe gave a rambling televised speech to his country Sunday but did not resign -- despite an ultimatum from his own party that said it would move to impeach him if he did not step... More>>

Mixed signals as rescuers hunt missing Argentine submarine

Amid reports a missing Argentine submarine tried unsuccessfully to contact naval bases seven times, a top navy officer said Sunday there is no indication the calls came from the ARA San Juan. More>>

Protesters gather near Libyan Embassy after CNN report on migrant auctions

Protesters gathered outside the Libyan Embassy in central Paris following an exclusive CNN investigation into migrant auctions in Libya. More>>

Argentina: Missing navy sub tried contacting bases

The crew of a missing Argentine military submarine tried contacting naval bases seven times, Argentina's Defense Ministry said. More>>

Gerry Adams plans to step down as Sinn Fein party chief

After more than three decades at the helm, Gerry Adams announced Saturday his intention to stand down as the president of the Irish republican party Sinn Fein. More>>

Robert Mugabe refuses to quit as Zimbabweans march for his ouster

Thousands of Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare on Saturday to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe, in what could spell the political end for the 93-year-old leader who has ruled the country for nearly... More>>

Jailed Venezuelan opposition leader escapes house arrest, flees to Spain

The former mayor of Caracas -- who is a staunch opponent of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro -- was welcomed Saturday in Madrid after escaping house arrest. More>>

Argentina searches for missing navy submarine

An Argentine navy submarine with 44 crew members has been missing for three days after the navy lost contact with it off the country's Atlantic coast, the military service says. More>>

Lebanese PM Saad Hariri returning to Beirut despite his resignation

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced Saturday that he will return to Beirut despite his resignation two weeks ago. More>>

How Saad Hariri's resignation could backfire on Saudi Arabia

All around the Lebanese capital of Beirut, posters of Prime Minister Saad Hariri have gone up proclaiming "Kulna ma'ak" -- "We are all with you." They don't seem to be an endorsement of Hariri as a politician; rather, they... More>>

Mugabe supporters mull his fate: 'It's as if their father has died'

The capital may be where Zimbabwe's political drama is playing out, but beyond the city limits, communities of traditional Mugabe supporters are coming to terms with its implications. More>>

Russia casts latest UN veto, blocking probe on Syria chemical weapons

Russia vetoed Friday night a last-gasp UN resolution to extend the mandate of the international inspections of chemical weapons use in Syria. More>>

5 Killed as Kenyan police, Odinga supporters clash in Nairobi

At least five people are dead after demonstrations in Nairobi for Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga erupted into clashes with police on Friday. More>>

Zimbabwe ruling party says Mugabe should step down

On a day Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe appeared in public for the first time since his nation plunged into political crisis, his ruling party is reportedly calling for him to step down. More>>

'It would be good if I too died': Rape as weapon of war against Rohingya

The slash marks on Rashida Begum's neck have turned into dark, red scars. More>>

Libya opens investigation into slave auctions following CNN report

Libyan authorities have launched a formal investigation into slave auctions in the country following an exclusive CNN report earlier this week, the government said Friday. More>>

The #MeToo movement plays out live on air in Israel

Oshrat Kotler sat behind the anchor desk, unable to calm her pounding heart. Her breaths came in staccato gasps. After 25 years spent presenting the news on camera, Kotler found she could hardly control her nerves. More>>

Germany supplants US as the country with the best global reputation

America's brand has taken a major hit in the age of Trump. More>>

The Chinese connection to the Zimbabwe 'coup'

A visit by Zimbabwean army commander Constantino Chiwenga to China would not normally be seen as unusual, given Beijing's status as Zimbabwe's largest foreign investor and longtime ally. More>>

Writing to survive: Baha'i woman's poetry was her best friend in Iranian jail

The sun had already set when the woman with long gray hair descended the steps to the same prison gate she had passed through all those years ago. More>>

Cambodia court orders main opposition party to dissolve

Cambodia's Supreme Court court ordered the dissolution of the country's main opposition party Thursday, a move observers say marks another disturbing blow to democracy. More>>

Twenty-six young Nigerian migrant women laid to rest in Italy

Twenty-six matching coffins for the mostly nameless victims of the latest Mediterranean migrant disaster were lined up in two rows in the center of the main cemetery in Salerno in southern Italy on Friday. More>>

Iraqi forces retake last ISIS-held town

Iraqi forces have retaken the town of Rawa from ISIS, one of the militant group's last footholds in the country. More>>

Earprints, tail therapy and calorie scanners: Japan's latest inventions

Located in the industrial city of Chiba, just outside of Tokyo, CEATEC is the biggest electronics show in Japan. More>>

Zimbabwe military: A calm transition is underway

Down the road from a fast-food joint serving peri-peri burgers and fries, three soldiers perch themselves on top of an armored personnel carrier to watch traffic. More>>

Trump hails China's North Korea envoy as 'big move' but experts doubtful

US President Donald Trump has hailed the Chinese government sending an envoy to North Korea Friday as a "big move" in the wake of his five-country trip to Asia. More>>

Qusai Kheder: Saudi Arabia's hip-hop pioneer

Qusai Kheder wants to create a musical revolution in Saudi Arabia. More>>

Mugabe seen in talks with military amid Zimbabwe political chaos

Zimbabwe's embattled President Robert Mugabe has been shown in talks with the commander of the country's defense forces, a day after the military seized control of the capital. More>>

New NASA tool can tell you which glacier may flood your city as the planet warms

Sea level rise is one of the most recognizable consequences of climate change and is likely to be one of the most destructive as well. Projecting when destructive coastal inundation could occur in your city just became... More>>

Protesters disrupt Poland independence day events

Ultra nationalists and fascist groups disrupted Poland's main independence day march Saturday, waving flags and burning flares as they marched down the streets of Warsaw. More>>

'Nobody knows where this is going': Zimbabwe faces uncertain future

In a country that has known only one leader since independence in 1980, the very idea that Zimbabwe could be seeing a change of guard at the top has people here wondering what change even means. More>>

Majority of Indians happy with PM Modi and economy, but there's a catch

Nearly nine out of 10 Indians are happy with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while eight in 10 are happy with the state of the economy, according to a new poll. More>>

Lebanese PM accepts invitation to travel to France

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has accepted an invitation to leave Saudi Arabia and go to France, an Elysee Palace spokewoman told CNN on Thursday. It comes a day after Lebanon's President accused Riyadh of holding... More>>

Athens flash floods: 16 dead as rain wreaks havoc on Greek capital

The death toll from flash floods that have devastated areas around the Greek capital of Athens has hit 16, according to the Ministry of Interior. More>>

As Germany hosts green summit, an energy firm is razing a nearby forest

This week, the German city of Bonn is the venue for hundreds of diplomats who are busy hammering out a road map to save the planet from climate change. More>>

Chinese envoy heads to North Korea for rare talks

A senior Chinese diplomat will travel to North Korea on Friday as a "special envoy" of Chinese president Xi Jinping amid growing pressure on Pyongyang to curtail its nuclear and missile program. More>>

Devel Sixteen: '300mph' hypercar prototype unveiled

The era of the 300mph supercar may soon be upon us. Or it might not. It depends if you're on board with astonishing claims of Dubai-based motor company Devel. More>>

Pope Francis gets a snazzy new Lamborghini -- and auctions it off

The two struck a striking figure: the Pope in his white cassock and his snazzy new ride with its white gleam. More>>

Zimbabwe is under military control after army seizes power from Mugabe

Zimbabwe's military leaders have seized control of the impoverished southern African nation, placing longtime leader Robert Mugabe under house arrest and deploying armored vehicles to the streets of the capital, Harare. More>>

Lebanon's Hariri to fly to France in coming days, Elysee Palace says

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri will fly to Paris "in the coming days," a spokeswoman for the French presidency said Wednesday, after days of speculation that Hariri was being held against his will in Saudi Arabia. More>>

Lebanon PM 'held captive' in Saudi Arabia, Lebanese president says

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri is being "held captive" in Saudi Arabia in violation of diplomatic protocol, Lebanon's President said Wednesday. More>>

Australia votes for marriage equality, but political brawl only beginning

Australians may have overwhelmingly voted "yes" in the same-sex marriage survey, but the battle over marriage equality isn't over yet. More>>

North Korea heaps insults on Trump, warns he will 'pay dearly'

US President Donald Trump may claim he would never insult Kim Jong Un, but North Korea clearly thinks differently. More>>

Lent Fast Facts

Here's a look at Lent, a season of prayer and penance in the Christian church and a period of preparation for the Easter season. More>>

The 10 days that shook Mugabe's 37-year rule

He's ruled Zimbabwe with an iron first for almost four decades straight, but it took just 10 days for Robert Mugabe to see his invincibility crumble. More>>

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. More>>

Johnson to leave 'no stone unturned' in case of British woman jailed in Iran

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met Wednesday with the husband of a British woman imprisoned in Iran and vowed that the UK government would leave "no stone unturned" in its efforts to bring her home. More>>

'Gucci Grace' and the 'Crocodile': The key players in Zimbabwe politics

Zimbabwe's 93-year-old leader, his 52-year-old wife and his veteran VP -- who was cast aside after years of loyal service -- are some of the key figures in an unfolding political crisis gripping what used to be one of... More>>

Newly discovered nearby planet could support life

You may want to get used to the name Ross 128 b. The newly discovered exoplanet is the second-closest found to our solar system, only 11 light-years away. And it could support life. More>>

North Korean defector on life support after being shot five times

A North Korean soldier who staged a daring break across the demilitarized zone (DMZ) into South Korea is on life support after almost two days of surgery. More>>

Tillerson refuses to label Rohingya crisis 'ethnic cleansing,' calls for investigation

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says more information is needed before Washington agrees with the United Nations that the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar constitutes ethnic cleansing. More>>

Australia votes 'yes' to same-sex marriage

Celebrations broke out across Australia after a two-month national postal survey came out "overwhelmingly" in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage. More>>

8 Weeks, 1 question: Australia's same sex marriage survey

Like many Australians, Melissa Chomel wants to marry the person she loves. More>>

Rehearsed condemnations mean little to persecuted Rohingya

At first they are just specks in the distance, blobs of color bobbing on the water. But as they get closer, you can make out more, a tangle of human forms huddled on rafts, paddling furiously to cross the water. More>>

Australia votes on same-sex marriage: What you need to know

Australia is the closest it has ever been to legalizing same-sex marriage. More>>

Myanmar's military clears itself over reported Rohingya atrocities

Myanmar's military has acquitted itself of any wrongdoing against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State in an internal report, denying widespread reports of murder, rape and destruction in the west of the country. More>>

Push to outlaw bad air as Delhi slum dwellers choke

As the Indian capital continues to choke under a blanket of thick brown smog, an opposition lawmaker wants clean air to be a legal right for all. More>>

North Korean defector begs China to free wife and young son

A North Korean defector has issued an emotional plea to one of the world's most powerful men, China's President Xi Jinping. More>>

Lebanese PM should be allowed to 'return home freely', France says

France has called for Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to be allowed to "return home freely" amid mounting speculation that he is being held against his will in Saudi Arabia following his resignation in mysterious... More>>

'They don't know my name'

Tripoli, Libya (CNN) -- Scores of people stand packed in the cramped quarters of the Triq Al-Sika Detention Center in Tripoli, helplessness etched across their faces. More>>

British PM to Russia: 'We know what you are doing'

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has mounted a stern attack on Russia, claiming that it interferes in elections and plants fake news stories to sow discord and undermine Western institutions. More>>

Rodrigo Duterte Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. More>>

Earthquakes Fast Facts

Here's a look at earthquakes worldwide. More>>

Oscar Pistorius Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of Oscar Pistorius, the South African double-amputee former Olympic sprinter convicted in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. More>>

People for sale: Where lives are auctioned for $400

Tripoli, Libya (CNN) -- "Eight hundred," says the auctioneer. "900 ... 1,000 ... 1,100 ..." Sold. For 1,200 Libyan dinars -- the equivalent of $800. More>>

Survivors struggle in aftermath of year's most deadly earthquake

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani traveled Tuesday to the areas worst hit by Sunday's devastating earthquake, where some residents say they are struggling to cope without basic necessities. More>>

Saudi Arabia to ease Yemen port blockade amid international outcry

Saudi Arabia is set to ease its blockade on Yemen's ports to allow humanitarian shipments to enter the war-torn country. More>>

Iraqi Kurds back away from independence bid

The government of Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region has taken another step back from its failed bid for independence, accepting a national court ruling that its disputed referendum was unconstitutional. More>>

Olympic weightlifter auctions his gold medal for Iran quake victims

Iran's Olympic weightlifting champion Kianoush Rostami has put his gold medal up for auction to raise money for the victims of Sunday's earthquake which left at least 452 people dead in Iran and Iraq. More>>

Rescuers save six beached sperm whales in Indonesia

A desperate rescue attempt managed to save half of a pod of sperm whales which beached off the coast of Aceh, Indonesia. More>>

Soldier shot by North Korean guards while defecting to the South

A North Korean soldier was shot by his former comrades while defecting to South Korea across the demilitarized zone, Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement Monday. More>>

Spain: 'Misinformation' on Catalonia referendum came from Russia

The Spanish government said it has intelligence suggesting Russian-based groups used social media to spread "misinformation" related to Catalonia's independence referendum. More>>

Powerful Iran-Iraq earthquake is deadliest of 2017

At least 452 people were killed and thousands injured after a powerful earthquake struck near the border of Iran and Iraq late Sunday. More>>

Lebanese official: We want 'the truth' from Prime Minister Hariri

Lebanon's foreign minister on Monday expressed doubt about the circumstances behind Saad Hariri's sudden resignation as Prime Minister during a trip to Saudi Arabia, saying he is waiting for the leader's return to learn... More>>

Prime Minister Hariri says he will return to Lebanon 'very soon'

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who unexpectedly resigned last week during a trip to Saudi Arabia, saying his life was in danger, insisted Sunday he will return to the country soon to "unite the Lebanese people." More>>

In Asia, Trump again finds success overseas easier than at home

US President Donald Trump flies home Tuesday after an Asia trip that went off without major incident and generally met critics' relatively low expectations. More>>

Fire destroys ancient Peruvian mural

A fire destroyed much of an archaeological site in northern Peru including a mural believed to be the oldest discovered in the Americas, site officials said. More>>

UK's Boris Johnson apologizes over Zaghari-Ratcliffe gaffe

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been forced to apologize for a gaffe that campaigners fear could worsen the situation for a British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran. More>>

A famed Russian daredevil is killed in a base-jumping accident

A Russian daredevil who fearlessly leaped off the world's highest peaks and swirled through the winds on top of the world died during a base-jumping accident in the Himalayas over the weekend. More>>

Macron stands with survivors and families of Paris attacks

French President Emmanuel Macron paid homage Monday to families and survivors of France's deadliest terror attack in Paris two years ago in which 130 people died and more than 35 were wounded. More>>

Swiss journalists detained in Abu Dhabi

Two Swiss journalists were detained while covering the opening of the Abu Dhabi Louvre in the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, according to a statement by Swiss public broadcaster RTS. More>>

Tense and tearful: Lebanese PM's 80-minute interview backfires

When Saad Hariri gave an interview to a TV station he owns from his home in Riyadh on Sunday, the aim was to put to rest the widespread belief that he is being held against his will in the Saudi capital after quitting as... More>>

UK says Rohingya crisis 'looks like ethnic cleansing'

The British government has said the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar "looks like ethnic cleansing," Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said Monday. More>>

Bob Geldof hands back award in protest against Aung San Suu Kyi

Musician Bob Geldof is handing back his "Freedom of the City of Dublin" award, also held by Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in protest over her handling of the Rohingya crisis. More>>

Stunning new images celebrate Kenyan female icon who stood up to colonialists

How do we immortalize people who have impacted the world and made it better in a significant way? More>>

Costa Rica hit by magnitude 6.5 earthquake

An 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Costa Rica on Sunday night, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. More>>

Accounts of rape, burning children and murder

Discarded and left for dead, Mumtaz says she found herself on top of a mound of charred, entangled bodies. More>>

How Japan changed video games forever

Japan didn't invent the first computer game. That accolade goes to Space War!, a game created in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States. More>>

Top UK politicians want Boris Johnson sacked over Zaghari-Ratcliffe case

Britain's beleaguered Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to sack her Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson over his handling of the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case. More>>

Queen Elizabeth hands over Remembrance Day duty to Prince Charles

Queen Elizabeth handed over royal duties to Prince Charles at London's Cenotaph ceremony as part of the Remembrance Sunday commemorations. More>>

Trump touts his dealmaking skills as solution to South China Sea dispute

US President Donald Trump has offered his services as a "mediator and arbitrator" over disputed territorial claims South China Sea issue, one of the most pressing issues for many of Asia's leaders. More>>

Mass graves of civilians executed by ISIS found in Kirkuk province

Mass graves containing the remains of civilians executed by ISIS have been found in the disputed Iraqi province of Kirkuk, Iraqi authorities told reporters on Saturday. More>>

Israel shoots down drone over Golan Heights

The Israel Defense Forces shot down a drone Saturday over the Golan Heights, according to the IDF's official Twitter account. More>>

Lebanese PM's allies believe Saudi Arabia is restricting his movement

Lebanon's government believes Saudi Arabia is restricting the movement and communications of its Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, a high-level ministerial source told CNN on Friday. More>>

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