With each passing minute, the possibility of survival diminishes.
Japan and South Korea are meeting over the controversial issue of 'comfort women' during WWII. Paula Hancocks reports.
The Pakistan Taliban said Wednesday they will not extend a cease-fire with the Pakistani government, six days after a weekslong pause in hostilities officially ended.
Barbara Starr has the latest on a new video of an al Qaeda meeting and the questions it raises about U.S. intelligence.
The Nigerian military searches for scores of girls abducted from their boarding school by Boko Haram Islamists.
An outbreak of the Ebola virus has spread to Conakry, Guinea -- a city of more than 2 million. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
After five days of relentless cross-examination that left Oscar Pistorius quivering, sobbing and fumbling, the athlete's defense team now has a chance to discredit the prosecution by presenting its witnesses.
Forty-eight people, including 15 Burkina Faso nationals and a Nigerian, died Tuesday after a bus crash in Togo, officials in the West African nation said. Fifteen others were severely injured.
The health of literary giant Gabriel Garcia Marquez is stable but "very fragile," his family said in a statement this week.
Five University of Calgary students were stabbed to death Tuesday morning in what the city's police chief called "the worst mass murder in Calgary's history."
With armored vehicles in its streets and troops reportedly in control of the airport, the city of Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine was at the center of a tense standoff.
Prince William and family arrive in Australia. This is their latest stop on a three week tour of the region.
Rescue boats and helicopters scrambled to pluck passengers, most of them high school students, from a ferry as it listed and slowly sank off the southwest coast of South Korea early Wednesday.
An underwater vessel searching for traces of the lost Malaysian jet is expected to complete its second dive Wednesday after the first attempt ended prematurely.
A new video shows what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering of al Qaeda in years. And the CIA and the Pentagon either didn't know about it or couldn't get a drone there in time to strike.
As many as 200 girls were abducted from their boarding school in northeastern Nigeria by heavily armed Boko Haram Islamists who arrived in trucks, vans and buses, officials and witnesses said.
A CNN team observes a Ukrainian military convoy believed to apart of Kiev's operation against pro-Russian separatists.
CNN's Robyn Curnow explains why screaming will be at the heart of the state's case against Oscar Pistorius.
In a ruling that human rights groups are calling historic, India's Supreme Court on Tuesday granted the country's transsexual and transgender individuals the right to self-identify their gender.
The Center for African Family Studies in Nairobi has teamed up with Kenyan artist Michael Soi to create eye-catching condom wrappers to promote safe sex and raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among young people.