Police say gunmen stormed a Sunni mosque in Iraq during prayers and opened fire, killing at least 65 people.
An Israeli airstrike killed two children in Gaza on Sunday, the Palestinian health ministry said. The same day, the Israeli military said rockets from Syria hit various locations through the Golan Heights.
Tropical Storm Cristobal formed early Sunday in the Caribbean, having strengthened from a tropical depression, the National Hurricane Center said.
Ukraine put on a display of military might to celebrate its independence day Sunday. Much of that military might will soon deploy to the conflict zone in the country's east to fight a pro-Russian insurgency.
As violence continues to wrack Iraq, another ethnic slaughter may be in the making by Sunni extremists from ISIS.
Thirty-five Nigerian policemen are missing following an insurgent attack Saturday on a police training school in one of the most volatile parts of the African nation, police said.
Control of Tripoli International Airport changed hands Saturday evening, after an alliance of Islamist militias from around Libya seized the reins from a rival group.
Several dozen Russian aid trucks left Ukrainian territory on Saturday morning, Russia's state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported, a day after they crossed the border without authorization.
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A Chinese fighter jet made several "dangerous" and "unprofessional" passes -- one as close as 20 feet -- at a U.S. Navy plane this week, Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby said Friday.
The West African country of Senegal has closed its borders with Guinea over fears that the Ebola outbreak could spread, according to the Senegalese Interior Ministry. The closure includes any aircraft and ships traveling to Senegal from Guinea, Sierra Leone or Liberia.
Heaps of trash pile up for miles in Kibera, a district of Nairobi that houses nearly 1 million people and is one of the poorest slums in the world. Aluminum shanties fill the horizon, and an odor of urine cuts through the air. A man trots through the narrow, unpaved streets on a camel.
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Gunmen shot and killed 65 people and injured 17 others in a Sunni Muslim mosque during Friday prayers in Iraq's Diyala province northeast of Baghdad, police officials in the province said.
At least 38 people were killed and 41 injured early Friday when two tourist buses crashed in northeastern Egypt, the country's semi-official news website Al-Ahram Online reported.
"If you're not scared, there's probably something wrong with you." Producer Jon Jensen reflects on his Gaza assignment.
Yazidi refugees who fled from ISIS are running out of supplies and running out of options. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
American Ebola patients Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol are out of the hospital.
A Ukrainian official accuses Russia of directly invading the country under the guise of humanitarian aid.