Latvia's president has described the deadly collapse of a supermarket roof in Riga as "basically mass murder" of defenseless citizens, local media reports.
A murky Islamic militant group has described a deadly attack in China's Tiananmen Square last month as a "jihadi operation" and warned of more violence to come, according to an organization that monitors extremist websites.
Just one day after Iran agreed to limit its nuclear program in exchange for lighter economic sanctions, the difference in the moods on the streets of Tehran and Jerusalem couldn't be starker.
China has told the United States to butt out of a territorial dispute with Japan in the East China Sea after Washington warned that a military claim by Beijing to airspace in the region raises the risk of "misunderstanding and miscalculations."
Security concerns and economic woes were top issues as Hondurans headed to polls to pick a new president on Sunday.
Egypt's interim president approved a new law on Sunday that restricts protests in the country.
Can you see the real North Korea by taking a package tour? Nic Robertson talks to one promoter.
A visit to Russia would be another achievement for a Pope who has already set himself apart from his predecessors.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacts to the international community's nuclear deal with Iran.
A Pakistani doctor accused of helping the United States find Osama bin Laden has been charged with murder over a surgery that authorities claim he was not authorized to perform, authorities said Friday.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on agreement reached between 6 nations and Iran on its nuclear enrichment program.
The diplomatic gridlock between Iran and the West seemed immovable for decades. But on Sunday diplomats made history, when Iran and six world powers came together on an agreement over Iran's nuclear program.
Police say three women were freed after 30 years in captivity in a London home. Atika Shubert reports on their release.
How do you dispose of Syria's chemical weapons stockpiles? Call in private industry.
South African newspapers published photos of President Jacob Zuma's home Friday in defiance of a verbal ban by the country's state security minister.
North Korea has confirmed to Swedish diplomats that it is holding a U.S. citizen, the U.S. State Department said Friday.
After centuries buried beneath the Vatican, and decades hidden away inside the Holy See, the bones of a man long believed to be St. Peter, one of the founding fathers of the Christian church, are to go on display for the first time.
For the last 220 years, the Louvre has been a people's museum. And with close to 10 million visitors a year, it's the most visited art museum in the world. Now we want to know what your favorite Louvre artwork is. Tell us via #LouvreFavorite and you could be part of a CNN feature.
Paula Newton tours Atelier Amaro where Poland's only Michelin starred chef cooks local dishes.
Tanzania, a country of 45 million people, has just one children's heart surgeon - and he must contend with crowded hospitals and power cuts during operations.