Russian media is reporting that a convoy carrying humanitarian aid is heading into Ukraine. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
A Twitter photo posted by an Australian Jihadist reveals ISIS's brutality. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
With just 72 hours of calm under the current cease-fire, Palestinians are rushing to try to fix some of the worst of the destruction caused by the conflict in Gaza.
The United States hopes the newly-designated Prime Minister of Iraq can form a cabinet quickly and build a united front against ISIS rebels, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday.
A proud father's boast accompanies an image the U.S. Secretary of State on Tuesday called "one of the most disturbing, stomach-turning, grotesque photographs ever."
An Australian couple addresses accusations of abandoning a surrogate baby with Down syndrome. Kristie Lu Stout reports.
An Australian father fighting with ISIS shared a photo of his son posing with the severed head of an alleged Syrian soldier.
The Obama administration has shipped weapons directly to Kurdish forces battling ISIS militants in northern Iraq and is considering ways to expand the transfer of arms, U.S. officials told CNN.
Ivan Watson flies along with the Iraqi military as they drop emergency supplies to the desperate Iraqi Yazidis
Michael Bociurkiw, OSCE Spokesman, explains the status of MH17 investigation, which was halted by rebel clashes.
More than 200 dinghy sailors caught in heavy weather off the coast of Northern Ireland have been accounted for and have now returned to shore, the coast guard says.
Indirect talks between Palestinians and Israelis, aimed at ending the hostilities in Gaza, have resumed in Cairo, Egyptian state-run EgyNews reported Monday.
Iraqi President Fuad Masum on Monday appointed Haider al-Abadi as Iraq's new prime minister despite PM Nuri al-Maliki having announced earlier in the day that he intended to stay in office for a third term.
An expatriate corporate investigator has been sentenced to two and a half years in a Chinese jail after being found guilty of stealing and selling personal information for profit, Chinese state media has reported. His wife and business partner was also found guilty of the same charge and was handed a two-year prison sentence.
A woman climbed a barbed wire fence at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia, Canada, on Sunday with the intention to stop the plane she thought was carrying her husband, said a Royal Canadian Mounted Police spokesman.
As a new cease-fire deadline is announced, CNN's Martin Savidge witnesses air attacks up close in Gaza.
CNN's Nick Valencia meets Iraqi sisters living in the United States who are seeking information about their family.
Watch a movie from acclaimed Japanese animators Studio Ghibli, and you might see a boy turn into a flying dragon, a deer morph into a monstrous god, or a fish transform into a young girl.
CNN's Erroll Barnett speaks to Middle East expert Rami Khouri about the current power struggle in Iraq.