CNN's Arwa Damon reports that U.S. sources now believe Boko Haram insurgents may be hiding on the islands of Lake Chad.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh returns to Aleppo, Syria, to find a city nearly destroyed by three years of civil war.
A Moscow court on Monday sentenced five men to prison for the 2006 killing of Russian journalist and fierce Kremlin critic Anna Politkovskaya, including two to a life term.
The USGS recorded the first ever POV footage from a polar bear on sea ice.
CNN's Isa Soares tours the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London.
New details emerge about Bowe Bergdahl's captivity under the Taliban. CNN's Barbara Starr has more.
More than 20 Indian college students and their coordinator were swept away after a dam opened its floodgates apparently without warning and sent water surging down a Himalayan valley.
In the latest move in China's anti-corruption campaign, more than 1,000 people in Guangdong Province have been marked as "naked officials" -- those suspected of storing graft gains with overseas family members.
Egypt's former military chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi was sworn in Sunday as President, vowing to lead the country through important changes.
U.N. peacekeepers and troops from the Democratic Republic of Congo are trying to bring peace to an eastern Congo town where a cattle-rustling dispute led to the deaths of 30 people.
Crowds of mourners gathered Sunday to bury a young man in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir after clashes the previous day between Kurdish protesters and Turkish security forces turned deadly.
Authorities have recovered human remains from a large crocodile that's believed to have taken a man from his boat in Australia's remote north.
The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for an hours-long attack at the country's largest and busiest airport that killed at least 28 people.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh returns to the besieged rebel areas of Aleppo, a pale skeleton of a city that has had the life bombed out of it by the Syrian regime.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli President Shimon Peres committed themselves to the quest for peace Sunday during a meeting of key figures in the Middle East peace process.
South African President Jacob Zuma was discharged from the hospital Sunday and will rest at home for a few days, state media reported.
The U.S. Navy rescued 282 people from six small vessels in the Mediterranean Sea after one of the boats began to sink, the military said Saturday.
(CNN) -- Three months to the day after a Malaysian jetliner vanished, relatives of those aboard are set to launch an effort Sunday to raise $5 million for investigations and a "whistle blower" reward.
Three men, who police say have ties to organized crime, escaped from a Canadian jail by helicopter.
In suspense, a nation listened to the Ukrainian President's inaugural speech Saturday, hoping for answers to the question: Will there be peace?