For Thailand's Queen Sirikit, the 2007 attack on a minibus in southern Thailand's Yala province -- in which suspected Muslim militants shot eight Buddhists through the head in broad daylight -- was simply further proof of what she'd been saying for more than three years.
CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on information about a massacre in Syria, and death tolls continue to rise.
The fragile relationship between China and Japan came under fresh strain Tuesday as ships from both sides crowded into the waters around a disputed group of islands and nearly 170 Japanese lawmakers visited a controversial war memorial.
Two men were arrested after police say they planned to carry out an al Qaeda-supported attack against a passenger train traveling between Canada and the U.S.
Four months after a vicious gang rape left a 23-year-old physiotherapy student dead and triggered a national outcry over the treatment of women, more protests ignited in New Delhi after another brutal rape -- this time the victim was a five-year-old girl.
Something struck Tamerlan Tsarnaev's aunt when her nephew arrived in southern Russia last year.
A car bomb exploded just outside the French embassy in Tripoli early Tuesday morning, injuring two French security guards and a local girl, officials said.
Spanish police arrested two suspected terrorists with apparent links to an al Qaeda-affiliated group Tuesday but said they had no indication of an imminent attack.
The Syrian government is using chemical weapons against rebel forces, the head of the Israel Defense Forces' intelligence research departments said Tuesday.
Cherie Blair, the UK's former first lady, is a leading barrister who holds the senior advocate status of Queen's Counsel. In 2008, she founded the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, where she devotes herself to supporting female entrepreneurs in Africa, South Asia & the Middle East. She spoke with CNN's Leading Women team about her commitment to eradicating injustice for women, her rise from a working-class family and how she balances her charity work with her professional life.
A reporter in the middle of getting ready for her wedding left the make-up chair to cover the Sichuan quake.
Aunt Pateimat Suleimanova on Tamerlan Tsarnaev's possible role in Boston marathon bombing. Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Burmese security forces backed by Buddhist monks have "committed crimes against humanity" in a campaign of ethnic cleansing that has displaced more than 125,000 Rohingya Muslims in the southwest of the country, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch.
Two years after an earthquake damaged the Fukushima nuclear power plant, fishermen say it's still unsafe.
Taliban insurgents seized an Afghan pilot and nine foreign nationals from a transport helicopter after it was forced to make an emergency landing late Sunday night in eastern Afghanistan, authorities said.
Families badly in need of food and water are living in makeshift shelters near the shattered remains of their houses in China, where a strong earthquake struck over the weekend, killing more than 180 people.
The number of bird flu cases in China jumped Sunday to 102, including 20 deaths, the World Health Organization announced.
The bodies of at least 566 people who were killed over a six-day period across Syria were found Sunday, according to an opposition group.
Indian police have arrested a second man in connection with the alleged rape of a 5-year-old girl, a police spokesman said Monday.