Men with knives attacked travelers at the Guangzhou Train Station Plaza in southern China, injuring six people, police said Tuesday.
Oscar Pistorius arrived in court Tuesday for another day under the microscope, a day after his neighbors testified that he was desperate to save Reeva Steenkamp's life after he shot her last year.
A diver searching the sunken Sewol ferry died Tuesday, according to South Korea's Government Rescue Headquarters.
The terrorist group that kidnapped 200 Nigerian schoolgirls says that they will sell them at market. Isha Sesay reports.
Al Qaeda gunmen killed at least two people Monday, including a French employee of the European Union's mission to Yemen, in one of the latest acts of violence in the country's capital after the government's crackdown on the terror group, two high-level Yemeni government officials said.
Fears for the fate of more than 200 Nigerian girls turned even more nightmarish Monday when the leader of the Islamist group that kidnapped them announced plans to sell them.
After a chaotic day that saw Libya pick a new prime minister only for the vote be declared invalid hours later, the volatile North African country appears to have a new premier -- the fifth in more than two years.
A 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook northern Thailand on Monday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
At least 22 people have drowned and 10 more are missing after two boats carrying migrants capsized off the Greek island of Samos, a coast guard official said Monday.
CNN's Nick Parker goes into the ring for a look at Mexico's "Lucha Libre" wrestling to find out why it's so popular.
As so often happens, news of North Korea's latest leadership move trickled out from the regime's official KCNA news agency and hinted at a power shift in Pyongyang.
A possible threat posed by thousands of westerners who have been drawn to Syria by the ongoing civil war has become a top worry among counter-terrorism officials in Europe and the United States, FBI Director James Comey said Friday.
Samuel Burke reports on the worldwide effort to bring back the roughly 200 missing girls captured in Chibok, Nigeria.
As the Oscar Pistorius trial continues, the manager of Pistorius' gated community and the manager's daughter testifies.
Australian, Malaysian and Chinese officials talk to members of the press about plans to expand the search for Flight 370.
A major search and rescue operation is underway after two cargo ships collided off the coast of Hong Kong early Monday.
Chinese police are appealing to the public for leads on the alleged assailants of the bombing and knife attacks that took place in the country's restive Xinjiang province last week.
Etihad Airways obviously had a clear agenda when redesigning the cabins on its Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger jets -- come up a product so outlandishly luxurious that the world's jet setters are left with no question as to who's leading the inflight glitz game.
The crowd stood in the rain and screamed, demanding freedom for the pro-Russian sympathizers held inside the police station.
Deadly explosions ripped through two passenger buses in Nairobi, Kenya's capital, on Sunday, killing at least three people and injuring a number of others.