The United States has expressed "deep concern" about mob violence reportedly targeting international NGOs operating in Myanmar's restive west.
It's perhaps the most iconic scene in the most iconic Hong Kong movie of all time.
Shigeru Ban, the 57-year-old winner of this year's Pritzker Prize -- arguably the world's most prestigious architecture award -- is the Rumpelstiltskin of building design.
In yet another display of the city's commitment to 24-hour culture, Seoul is unveiling its biggest nighttime attraction yet in the neon-studded, wildly trendy shopping district of Dongdaemun.
It was confirmation of her worst fears: The lump Audrey Guth found on her breast turned out to be cancer.
Ultra-nationalists in Ukraine say farewell to their leader after he was killed this week. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.
The publisher of a French tabloid has to pay a French actress 15,000 euros ($20,645) for photographs of her and President Francois Hollande that it said proved the two were having an affair.
Turkey has made the "administrative decision" to block access to YouTube, the semiofficial news agency Anadolu reported Thursday.
A Qatari judge sentenced California couple Grace and Matthew Huang to three years in prison after they were found guilty in the death of their 8-year-old adopted daughter.
Christiane Amanpour has the story of some incredible point-of-view footage from a Syrian tank.
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko declared her intention to run for the Ukrainian presidency during a news conference in Kiev Thursday.
A day after North Korea test-fired two missiles, South Korea captured a fishing boat from the North that had crossed into South Korean waters, officials say.
Private schools that employ humanistic pedagogy for young children are becoming popular in China. A look at the factors behind the boom and potential pitfalls.
Another satellite has captured images of objects floating in the southern Indian Ocean.
Just when you thought this divorce couldn't get any messier.
Over the past few days, the families of the 154 Chinese passengers who were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been oscillating between grief and visceral anger as the search for the plane carrying their loved ones continues.
The former Malaysia Airlines CEO, Aziz Abdul Rahman, defends the pilots of Flight 370. CNN's Jim Clancy reports.
President Barack Obama and Pope Francis meet for the first time at Vatican City.
Virtual "killing sprees" in Iran and Iraq led to a spike in the number of executions globally last year, according to Amnesty International, at odds with a steady decline in the use of the death penalty around the world over the last two decades.