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Several dead in Bulgaria floods

At least 11 people have died in the biggest Bulgarian coastal city, Varna, as a result of massive flash flooding and mudslides, the interior ministry said.

U.N.: 1 million Iraqis have fled homes

More than a million Iraqis have been forced from their homes by conflict this year, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday -- a number only likely to rise as Islamist militants and Iraqi security forces battle for control.

U.S. reduces money to Uganda over harsh anti-gay laws

Uganda's government institutions will lose U.S. funding as punishment for a law signed earlier this year by President Yoweri Museveni that makes some homosexual acts punishable by life in prison.

7 ways to mark summer solstice

If Stonehenge is anything to go by, summer celebrations have a millennia-old history. While the ancient druids may have commemorated the fertility of the season, many of us are just happy to get outdoors.

Pakistan condemns drone strike in North Waziristan

Six suspected militants were killed in a drone strike in Miranshah Tehsil in North Waziristan, Pakistan, local tribesmen and Pakistani intelligence sources not authorized to speak to media told CNN on Wednesday.

Roma teen beaten in France

Authorities in France are outraged after a Roma teenager was viciously beaten. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.

Will Iraq borders be redrawn?

They came in their thousands. Old women in chador, zealous young men, in battered minibuses and family cars: Shia from Iran on a pilgrimage to the Askari mosque in Samarra, a city some 80 miles north of Baghdad.

King Felipe VI takes over in Spain

Flanked by his family and before Spain's Parliament, Felipe VI was formally proclaimed the new King of Spain Thursday, following the abdication of his father, Juan Carlos.