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While covering a Jerusalem Day march,
While covering a Jerusalem Day march, where Israelis celebrate capturing east Jerusalem from Jordan in the 1967 war, some journalists were forced to take cover as attendees threw rocks, bottles and other objects. CNN's Hadas Gold reports.
Cyclone Mocha slammed into Myanmar's
Cyclone Mocha slammed into Myanmar's coast on Sunday as one of the strongest storms ever to hit the country.
Several "moderate" explosions were
Several "moderate" explosions were registered at Popocatépetl, one of Mexico's most active volcanoes, according to the country's National Center for Disaster Prevention.
Four children may be alive after a
Four children may be alive after a small plane crashed 17 days ago in a remote part of the Colombian Amazon rainforest. CNN's Stefano Pozzebon reports from Colombia where a massive search is underway.
The world's largest lakes are shrinking dramatically, and scientists say they have figured out why
More than half of the world's largest lakes and reservoirs have lost significant amounts of water over the last three decades.
How to help Cyclone Mocha victims
One of the strongest storms ever to hit Myanmar has left thousands of people in urgent need of food, water, shelter, and medical assistance.
Nearly two decades after someone stole
Nearly two decades after someone stole Hollywood's most memorable slippers, a man in Minnesota has been charged with theft.
CNN's Christina Macfarlane speaks with
CNN's Christina Macfarlane speaks with a South African official about the nation's role in the war in Ukraine.
Center for American Progress President
Center for American Progress President Patrick Gaspard says "we've got to get a deal done" before the U.S. defaults on its debts. "It would be perilous to go over that cliff," he tells Christiane Amanpour.
U.N. Humanitarian Chief Martin
U.N. Humanitarian Chief Martin Griffiths says "half the population" now needs immediate aid, as bloody conflict drags Sudan into a "viral, rapidly expanding crisis."
The shelling hit residential buildings
The shelling hit residential buildings in the devastated eastern city of Bakhmut, which has come under heavy fire from Russian troops.
Murder charge dropped against co-defendant in case of killer accused of faking his own death in South Africa
South African prosecutors have dropped a murder charge against Zolile Sekeleni, the father of the girlfriend of high-profile convicted murderer Thabo Bester, who is accused of escaping from a South African prison after faking his own death in a fire, officials told CNN Monday.
Two Russians claiming to be former Wagner commanders admit killing children and civilians in Ukraine
Two Russian men who claim to be former Wagner Group commanders have told a human rights activist that they killed children and civilians during their time in Ukraine.
'We left behind children in incubators:' Witnesses describe hospital shelled in Sudan's clashes
As fighting between warring factions has engulfed Sudan in recent days, hospitals treating people wounded in clashes have themselves become the targets for attacks, dealing the nation's healthcare sector a devastating blow.
Hospital fire in Beijing kills at least 21 people
At least 21 people have died after a fire broke out in Changfeng Hospital in China's capital Beijing, state media CCTV reported on Tuesday.
Students trapped and diplomats assaulted as confusion reigns over ceasefire in Sudan
Gunfire, explosions and overhead fighter jets were heard across Sudan's capital Khartoum on Tuesday, as gunmen stormed the homes of people working for the United Nations and other international organizations, amid conflicting reports of an agreed ceasefire in the country.
Look of the Week: Blackpink headline Coachella in Korean hanboks
Bringing the second day of this year's Coachella to a close, K-Pop girl group Blackpink made history Saturday night when they became the first Asian act to ever headline the festival. To a crowd of, reportedly, over 125,000 people, Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé used the ground-breaking moment to pay homage to Korean heritage by arriving onstage in hanboks: a traditional type of dress.
Top British defense official casts doubt on veracity of leaked Pentagon documents
The top British defense official has cast doubt on the veracity and impact of the recently leaked American intelligence documents, going further than US officials in questioning the contents of the hundreds of pages of classified intelligence.
Israeli police say two men shot near Jewish tomb in Jerusalem in suspected 'terror attack'
Two men have been wounded in what Israeli police say was a suspected "terror attack" that took place near the Shimon Hatzadik tomb in East Jerusalem early Tuesday local time.
Shooting of Indian 'godfather' politician sparks alarm about law and order in country's largest state
The brazen assassination of a former Indian lawmaker and his brother in front of live television cameras while under police custody has sparked renewed anger over the blurred lines between politics and crime in the country's most populous state.