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Among Rohingya, refugee squalor can seem better…

With the first repatriations of Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar just days away, and more than 1 million living in squalid camps in Bangladesh, international aid workers, local officials and the refugees say preparations have barely begun

Deaths of Canadian billionaire, wife a…

The deaths of one of Canada's wealthiest men and his wife remain a tantalizing mystery

Untold story of first operation in Afghanistan…

Power Player of the Week: Retired Lt. Gen. John Mulholland on how new movie '12 Strong' shines limelight onto America's first response to Sept. 11.

Dimitrov on to QF, Fleetwood wins Abu Dhabi

Grigor Dimitrov beats Nick Kyrgios, Tommy Fleetwood wins the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship.

Electricians Find Victorian-Era Cigarettes and…

A royal discovery unearthed at Buckingham Palace dating back to the late 1800s. Buzz60's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.

Germany's 2 Rival Political Parties Agree To…

Chancellor Angela Merkel has been trying to form a coalition government since September.

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Dismissive words on abuse scandal cast pall over…

Pope Francis demanded rights for indigenous groups, decried the region's scourge of corruption and denounced violence against women _ yet his visit was defined by 27 dismissive words that sparked outrage among Chileans over a clerical abuse scandal

S. Koreans burn Kim's photo as N. Korean band…

Conservative activists attempted to burn a large photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the head of the North's popular girl band passed by them at a Seoul railway station following a visit to potential Olympic performance venues

Taliban claims responsibility for Kabul hotel…

Gunmen stormed the hotel, taking guests hostage.

Pope Francis blesses child on the street

The family of a disabled child got an unexpected papal audience on the streets of Lima while Pope Francis was visiting Peru. CNN's Rosa Flores reports.

Turkey Launches Offensive In Syria To Push Back…

Turkey considers the U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters to be terrorists.

Vietnam jails former oil execs in high-profile…

A former oil executive has been sentenced to life in prison and a former high-ranking Vietnamese government official has received a lengthy prison term in a major corruption case involving 22 defendants

Not all South Koreans are happy about unified…

South Koreans seem generally happy to see the North Koreans at their Olympics, but not on their own team

North Korea visits South ahead of Olympics

Nation sending 22 athletes to the games.

Kerber, Halep into 4th round.

Day 6: Kerber, Halep into 4th round. Dimitrov discusses increased attention.

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Jordan's King Let His Opinion Be Known Over Lunch…

King Abdullah II gave Vice President Mike Pence a firm talking-to over lunch.

Bombing at market in southern Thailand kills 3, injures 18

Three people have been killed and 18 injured by a bombing in a market in southern Thailand

Women's marches organizers hope to keep building…

Thousands of people poured into a football stadium in Las Vegas on the anniversary of women's marches around the world, capping off a weekend of global demonstrations that participants hope will continue building momentum for equality

Eric Shawn reports: Kim Jong Un's Olympics

Rebecca Grant's message to Moscow and Beijing.

Gunmen launch attack on hotel in Kabul

Gunmen on launched an attack on Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to Najib Danish, a spokesman for Afghanistan's interior ministry.

Siege On Kabul Hotel Ends With At Least 5…

The Haqqani Network, a Taliban ally, claimed responsibility for the attack.

Rocket launched in New Zealand deploys commercial…

A rocket launched from New Zealand has reached orbit carrying commercial satellites for earth imaging and weather and ship tracking

The Latest: US condemns Kabul hotel attack that…

Secretary of State Tillerson says the United States strongly condemns the militant siege of a hotel in Afghanistan's capital in which 18 died, most of them foreigners

How the fight against ISIS has changed under Trump

Insight from Nicholas Rasmussen, the former National Counterterrorism Center director, on 'America's News HQ.'

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Russian athletes appealing Olympic ban

Russian athletes plan to contest the claims they were doping during the Sochi 2014 Olympics. CNN's Paula Newton reports.

At Least 4 Attackers Target State-Owned Luxury…

Officials said parts of the hotel were on fire, and there are reports of people "shooting at guests."

UN Peacekeepers Again Accused of Raping Kids

The UN publicly maintains a zero tolerance policy on sexual abuse. Less publicly, it stands by as peacekeepers rape women and children in the Central African Republic, victims and human rights organizations allege. Four years after UN peacekeepers were first accused of rape in the country following a decade of...