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Pistorius re-enacts shooting

Video of Oscar Pistorius re-enacting how he says he killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp was illegally obtained.

This machine gives you wings

A new generation of creatives are taking code to a more colorful realm, using digital media to push the boundaries of art.

How to become a World Cup ref

Kenya's national football team may not have made it to the World Cup Finals in Brazil -- but one man will be there for his African nation.

From hostage to Hollywood

A journalist held hostage for more than a year will now see her story told on the big screen. CNN's Jessica King reports.

Okinawa preps for super typhoon

A super typhoon packing Category 5 strength is expected to come close to Okinawa, Japan. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

Fuel trucks ablaze in Afghanistan

More than 400 fuel trucks were set on fire west of Kabul, Afghanistan, in an attack claimed by Taliban fighters.

Iraqi Army braces for combat

CNN's Arwa Damon gets exclusive access to the front lines of the Iraqi Army's defense against advancing ISIS militants.

Netanyahu: Teen's murder 'abhorrent'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday spoke with the father of the Palestinian teenager who was burned alive in Jerusalem last week, expressing shock at what he called an "abhorrent" murder.

63 women, girls 'escape from Boko Haram'

Sixty-three women and girls kidnapped by Boko Haram last month in Nigeria escaped from their captors and have returned to their burnt village, a security source and a local vigilante fighting the militant group said.