The first time the South Korean factory owner watched his North Korean employees nibble on a Choco Pie, they appeared shocked -- even overwhelmed.
The Black Sea resort of Sochi, the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, is close to several volatile regions. This interactive map explains the region and the dangers.
One Royal Caribbean Cruise line passenger says this is the second time a mass infection on board ruined a vacation.
Australia is hoping a controversial shark cull will put an end to attacks on humans. Australia's Seven Network reports.
Ukraine's justice minister has warned anti-government protesters occupying her ministry that she will call for a state of emergency if they do not leave as unrest spreads in the Eastern European country.
A Kenyan TV production set in the year 2063 imagines a world where European refugees are fleeing to Africa.
China's brand new moon rover is already saying farewell.
Sergey Kislyak, Russia's Ambassador to the U.S., on what his country is done to keep the Sochi Olympics safe.
Once Russian henchmen, hundreds of Cossacks are patrolling the streets of Sochi, Russia, as the 2014 Winter Olympic Games approach to help with security.
Authorities in Pennsylvania arrested a 19-year-old Russian man Friday and charged him with possession of a weapon of mass destruction, Altoona police said in a written statement.
An anti-government protest leader was shot to death Sunday as demonstrators blocked a voting station in Bangkok, police said.
A day after parting ways with President Francois Hollande, France's former first lady discreetly left Paris for India on Sunday to support a nonprofit organization, CNN affiliate BFMTV reported.
Syria's two warring sides are still negotiating, but now they're sitting in separate rooms.
Egypt will elect a president before voting on a parliament, interim President Adly Mansour said Sunday, amending a road map laid down last summer.
Ukrainian military forces will not interfere in the current political unrest, a government minister said Sunday, despite ongoing protests and clashes that threaten to bring the eastern European country to a standstill.
A statement on Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's website said he offered government posts to leaders of two major opposition parties.
Deadly violence marred the third anniversary of the January 25 revolution, the popular uprising that brought down longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak.
French President Francois Hollande announced to a French news outlet on Saturday that he is ending his relationship with his partner Valerie Trierweiler.
Eight people are dead and 24 are still unaccounted for after a fire ripped through an elderly community in Quebec on Thursday, officials confirmed Saturday.
At least eight people died after a fire ripped through an elderly apartment complex in a small town in Canada's Quebec province, police Lt. Guy Lapointe said Friday.