CNN's Ivan Watson talks to the man he calls the Snow Whisperer about whether there will be enough snow for the Olympics.
Newly released satellite photos show the destruction to major cities and towns in Syria. Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
French actress Julie Gayet, the woman at the center of an alleged love affair with French President Francois Hollande, has received a best supporting actress nomination from the French Academy of Cinema Arts and Techniques, the academy said Friday.
Italian authorities stopped Raffaele Sollecito -- convicted with ex-girlfriend Amanda Knox of the murder of Meredith Kercher -- near the border with Austria and Slovenia, Italian police told CNN on Friday.
Ukraine's military forces urged the President on Friday to act to restore stability, saying that a further escalation of the political unrest in the country threatens its territorial integrity.
Thai anti-government demonstrators say they will keep up protests in Bangkok ahead of a controversial national election in a nation gripped by a bitter, protracted political crisis.
An Italian appeals court convicted former exchange student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito on murder charges Thursday night.
The flamboyant Hong Kong tycoon who offered millions of dollars to any man who could win the heart of his lesbian daughter says the proposal is now off the table.
Russian police have identified two alleged suicide bombers believed to be responsible for the deadly Volgograd bombings and detained another two suspected accomplices, anti-terrorism officials said Thursday, according to Russian state news agency, Ria Novosti.
Thousands of Syrians have seen their homes or other premises razed as part of a collective punishment by authorities against residents of opposition strongholds, a report by Human Rights Watch says.
As political unrest continues in Ukraine, President Viktor Yanukovych is out on sick leave following an "acute respiratory disease accompanied by fever," his office said Thursday.
A Bangladeshi court Thursday sentenced 14 people to death for smuggling sophisticated arms and ammunition in a case that dates a decade ago.
Iraqi police have won back full control of a ministry building stormed by gunmen who took civil servants hostage, security sources said Thursday.
"In all my years investigating organized crime murders, none has been as horrific as this one," lead prosecutor Franco Giacomantonio says of the killing of Nicola "Coco" Campolongo.
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CNN's Nic Robertson speaks to one man who says he was beaten and raped after complaining about poor working conditions
U.S. student Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito are waiting -- once again -- for a verdict from an Italian court in the murder case of British student Meredith Kercher.
A U.N. convoy carrying food for the people of the old Syrian city of Homs is waiting to be allowed passage, as residents plead for the government to end a siege that's been starving them for nearly 600 days.
Even "the office cat" knew about phone hacking at News of the World, a former journalist at the tabloid insisted in court Wednesday, testifying that his phone hacking skills were the main reason former Editor Andy Coulson hired him.
Two Norwegian lawmakers have jointly nominated National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize, they said Wednesday on their party website.