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13 killed in crush while waiting for food donations in Pakistan's Karachi
At least 13 people were killed and 10 others injured Friday in a crush among people waiting for Ramadan food donations in Pakistan's largest city Karachi, local police said.
CDC to warn some travelers to watch for Marburg virus symptoms as it investigates outbreaks in Africa
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is sending personnel to Africa to help stop outbreaks of Marburg virus disease and urging travelers to certain countries to take precautions.
King Charles wraps up triumphant state visit to Germany
Another week, another royal trip. This week, we joined King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla as they embarked on their historic first joint state visit abroad.
US bolsters forces in Middle East following series of attacks on US troops in Syria
The US has bolstered its military forces in the Middle East following a series of attacks on US troops in Syria attributed to Iranian-affiliated militias, the Pentagon said Friday.
Lullaby uses neuroscience to help traumatized Syrian children fall asleep
Syrian radio stations are broadcasting a new kind of lullaby every evening to help traumatized children across the country fall asleep.
Trump-related stocks surge after indictment
Three stocks with ties to former President Donald Trump surged Friday after two sources familiar with the case told CNN that Trump faces 30 counts related to business fraud in an indictment from a Manhattan grand jury.
Oscar Pistorius has been denied parole
South Africa's parole board is hearing early release submissions Friday for disgraced Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, who was jailed for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Wimbledon to allow Russian and Belarusian players to compete this year
Wimbledon will accept entries from Russian and Belarusian players for this year's tournament if they agree to compete as neutral athletes and comply with "appropriate conditions," organizers announced Friday in a statement.
The Fed's favorite inflation measure cooled in February
The Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge cooled back down in February after ticking up unexpectedly the month before, a welcome sign in the central bank's long battle to bring down historic price increases.
Who will end up paying for the banking crisis: You
It cost the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation about $23 billion to clean up the mess that Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank left in the wake of their collapses earlier this month.
Key inflation gauge in Europe hits record high even as overall price rises slow sharply
Inflation in Europe has fallen to its slowest pace in more than a year, though stark signs of persistent underlying pressure on prices will complicate policymakers' next move on borrowing costs.
Pope to be discharged from hospital on Saturday, Vatican says
Pope Francis is expected to be discharged from hospital on Saturday, Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said Friday in a statement.
CNN Hero of the Year Nelly Cheboi returned to Kenya with plans to lift more students out of poverty
Just weeks after being named the 2022 CNN Hero of the Year, Nelly Cheboi traveled more than 7,000 miles to bring her award home. Far from the lights, cameras, and celebrities who surrounded her at the gala event in New York City, Cheboi was greeted by her own heroes: the students she serves in rural Mogotio, Kenya.
'It's not zero.' Wall Street is pricing in a small but growing risk of a disastrous US default
A US default would have such devastating economic and financial consequences that many observers dismiss the possibility out of hand. But investors are not ruling out such a nightmare scenario.
Japan joins the US and Europe in chipmaking curbs on China
Japan will restrict the overseas sale of chip manufacturing equipment, joining the United States and the Netherlands in curbing the export of key technology to China.
China's services activity jumps to decade high as economic recovery gets back on track
A key index measuring the strength of China's massive services sector jumped to its highest level in more than a decade, as the country's economic recovery gained traction.
At least 35 killed after falling into underground stepwell in Indian temple
At least 35 people were killed Thursday after falling into a stepwell at a Hindu temple in central India after its floor covering collapsed, according to local officials.
UK reaches its biggest trade deal since Brexit, joining trans-Pacific partnership
Britain has reached an agreement to join a major trans-Pacific partnership, calling it its biggest trade deal since Brexit.
How a team of US and Canadian surgeons try to repair faces shattered by war in Ukraine
Lesya Belinska is proud of her son. She stands next to Roman Belinsky at her home and hugs him with one arm. Belinsky waves her away, embarrassed.
Pakistan's political heavyweights take their street battles to the courts -- as a weary nation looks on
Pakistan's leaders and the man who wants to unseat them are engaged in high stakes political brinkmanship that is taking a toll on the collective psyche of the nation's people -- and many are exhausted.