Egyptian security forces arrested a senior Muslim Brotherhood leader on suspicion of inciting violence after last month's ouster of then-President Mohamed Morsy, state-run media reported Thursday.
British authorities have charged a veteran children's television host with more than a dozen counts of child abuse stemming from an ongoing investigation into another TV personality.
At least six people died when a building collapsed in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tuesday, a state security spokeswoman said.
British and American scientists watching Greenland's massive ice sheet have found what appears to be a 460-mile "megacanyon" far beneath the frozen surface of the world's largest island.
An Ontario mom is speaking out after a family received an anonymous letter imploring them to move or euthanize their autistic son because of the "nuisance" the teen poses to the community.
A U.S. special envoy is expected to fly to North Korea on Friday to try to secure the release of Kenneth Bae, an American citizen imprisoned there for carrying out "serious crimes" against Kim Jong Un's regime.
The death of a four-year-old girl run over by a bulldozer in rural China has triggered outrage on Chinese social media, rekindling anger over the issue of forced evictions.
North Korea's sanction-hit regime has long been accused of drug trafficking as a source of hard currency, but a new report claims drug producers are finding a ready market closer to home and that as many as two-thirds of North Koreans have used methamphetamines.
A Syrian army captain was among four people charged in last week's deadly bombings in Tripoli, Lebanon, the Lebanese National News Agency reported Friday, citing a government official.
A Pakistani judicial commissioner has overturned the conviction of a doctor who is accused of helping the United States find Osama bin Laden, and has ordered a new trial, the official's office said Thursday.
A new "must" for couples seeking to tie the knot involves Photoshop, makeup and possibly the family cat.
At least 37 people were killed following a bus crash west of Nairobi, Kenya, police said Thursday.
Rio de Janeiro's state-of-the-art Operations Center is gathering real-time information on traffic jams and environmental emergencies around the clock. It's part of the mayor's vision to make the city safer and more sustainable.
Indian intelligence agencies have arrested Yasin Bhatkal, one of the country's most wanted terrorism suspects, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde said Thursday.
A gang rape allegedly involving the teenage son of a famous Chinese "singing general" has caused outrage in China, unleashing a tide of public anger over the behavior of so-called "princelings," the children of elite families.
China set a bold new course in its ambitious space program Wednesday, when it announced plans to land its first probe on the moon by the end of the year.
As the U.S. and other countries consider military action against Syria, the British government will publish its intelligence related to the deadly attack
The pictures may be difficult to look at, but 18-month-old Roona Begum's story of survival is remarkable.
When Michaela Cross, a U.S. student at the University of Chicago, posted a CNN iReport about the sexual harassment she says she experienced during a study abroad trip in India, the response was overwhelming.
The international effort to respond to a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria begs the question: Why intervene now, and not earlier in the civil war?