Both pro- and anti-government demonstrators mobbed British Prime Minister David Cameron as he visited northern Sri Lanka Friday, CNN affiliate ITN reported.
Is Friday the beginning of the end for Toronto's troubled Mayor Rob Ford?
Cosmetic companies and animal rights groups have welcomed a proposal by China to allow sales of some cosmetics without requiring them to be tested on animals.
Experience what happens when a natural hot spring ejects water and steam into the air outside of Reykjavik, Iceland.
Max Foster looks at Afghanistan's surging opium poppy production with Angela Me from the UN's Office on Drugs and Crime.
Dozens were killed in Iraq during one of the most holy days for Shiite Muslims. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
CNN speaks with Toronto Police's Bill Blair about the global child porn sting that ended with hundreds of arrests.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will take legal action against the "lies" written about him and apologizes for graphic remarks.
Bolivian police have seized a massive stash of cocaine diluted inside hundreds of wine bottles, state media reported Thursday.
From Arctic tribes people to Yemeni child brides, and Africa's big cats, new National Geographic exhibition displays best work from female photographers.
The salacious allegations against Toronto Mayor Rob Ford took a lewd turn Thursday when the embattled leader made a vulgar reference on camera about oral sex and, then, moments later, apologized publicly.
A massive iceberg that broke off an Antarctic glacier in July is now moving toward the open ocean and could pose a threat to busy shipping lanes, researchers reported.
At least 27 people were killed and 58 others wounded in Iraq Thursday when a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest blew himself up among Shiite pilgrims, police said.
A Sudanese national was killed and 17 others injured in the Saudi capital during ongoing clashes over a visa crackdown, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
An international child sex abuse investigation in Canada resulted in the arrests of 341 people and the rescue of 386 children, police said.
The world's oceans have become 26% more acidic since the start of the Industrial Revolution and continue to acidify at an "unprecedented rate," threatening marine ecosystems, aquaculture and the societies that rely on them, scientists say.
International investigators say there's no evidence that poet Pablo Neruda was poisoned.
Much-needed relief arrived in the Philippines on Thursday, when two U.S. Navy ships sailed in to help hundreds of thousands who have gone without food and clean water for nearly a week.
Carl Azuz reports on the name mentioned most throughout electronic media -- and what has inspired it.
The mayor of the Iraqi city of Falluja was shot to death while bombings there, in Baghdad and in another city killed another 24 people Wednesday, police reported.