It's supposed to be a summit about the global economy, but the debate over Syria and possible military strikes will likely overshadow the G-20 conference in Russia.
"You're listening to Fukushima FM." The cheery jingle on the radio reminds you of a different time in this part of eastern Japan, a different world that existed before March 11, 2011.
Even a king can get them.
At least 100 vehicles smashed into each other in a massive pile-up Thursday in England's southeastern county of Kent, police said, injuring six people seriously and leaving 200 others with minor injuries.
A car bomb apparently targeting the Egyptian interior minister's motorcade exploded in eastern Cairo Thursday, leaving four people injured, state media reported.
Authorities have cleared about 110 tons of dead fish from a 40-kilometer section of the Fuhe River.
When it comes to fighting corruption, virtually all Chinese give the "thumbs up."
She calls herself "Diana, the Hunter." Authorities say the elusive woman has killed at least two bus drivers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Media report that they have received e-mails from the suspect, claiming the killings were to avenge women who have been raped by bus drivers.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry calls it proof "beyond any reasonable doubt." Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says it's "very clear."
The pope has pulled out the Vatican's ambassador to the Dominican Republic, a move a local church representative says is linked to child abuse allegations.
More than two years on from the worst nuclear disaster in a quarter of a century, the situation at Japan's stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains toxic, prompting the Japanese government to announce new measures to attempt to deal with radioactive leaks.
Presenting mooncakes to relatives and business associates may be an integral part of China's Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations, but a new law aims to dampen the spirit of mooncake giving -- at least among government officials.
Thousands of South African gold miners walk off the job, as CNN's Errol Barnett reports.
Chinese police say the late aunt of a young boy whose eyes were gouged out is the prime suspect in the horrific attack, state media news agency Xinhua reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he "doesn't exclude" supporting a U.N. resolution on military strikes if there's proof that the regime used poison gas. But he cautioned against the U.S. striking without one.
A refugee and mother of three young boys who is being held in indefinite detention in Australia has two days to convince the country's highest court why she should be freed.
Egypt is reconsidering its ties with countries that haven't been supportive of the government that the military installed after ousting the country's first democratically elected president, the interim president said.
Radiation readings near tanks holding toxic water at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant have jumped to a new high, the plant operator said Wednesday.
A postcard-sized painting bought as part of a job lot for $46 has been identified as work by John Constable worth more than $390,000.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman arrived in Pyongyang Tuesday on a five-day visit amid speculation he may try to negotiate the release of jailed U.S. citizen Kenneth Bae, China's Xinhua news agency reported.