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Surgeons find gold bars in stomach

When a team of Indian surgeons opened up the stomach of a patient complaining of abdominal pain, they had no idea they'd extract a fortune.

Analysis: Obama aims to reassure Asia allies with visit

Looking to turn a few degrees in his long-awaited "pivot to Asia," President Barack Obama embarks on Tuesday on a four-country tour of the region in the hopes of convincing Pacific allies the United States remains focused on them.

Human viruses killing gorillas?

They are the world's largest primates and yet the constant threat of illegal poaching, deforestation and now human diseases mean that soon the world's mountain gorillas could be completely wiped out. Meet the woman trying to fix the situation before it's too late.

Sad, angry MH370 relatives in agonizing limbo

"Mr. Ambassador, as time goes on we know that the odds of my son and the other relatives on the plane having survived becomes smaller and smaller," said a grey-haired man named Wen.

Ferry divers search through chaos

Powerboats zipped across the sea off the South Korean coast Tuesday, ferrying divers to the area where the ferry Sewol sank last week with hundreds of people on board.

Drone strike 'kills 12 militants'

Yemeni officials say three operatives were among those killed in a drone attack. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

Pope Francis celebrates Easter

Pope Francis celebrates Mass at the Vatican on this Easter Sunday. CNN's Delia Gallagher reports.

Myanmar opposition leader dies

Win Tin, a founding member of Myanmar's National League for Democracy who was jailed for 19 years for political activism, has died at Yangon Hospital. He was 85.

MH370 search area almost covered

Investigators say they have nearly covered the current search area for MH370. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.

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