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CNN crew roughed up in China

Chinese authorities have come down hard on international media covering the trail of a human rights lawyer in Beijing.

Hungary warned of Sochi threat

Hungarian athletes and nationals have been warned of a terror threat during the Sochi Winter Olympics in an e-mail sent to the country's National Olympic Committee.

See 'Africa in one country'

Known for its diverse geography and culture, Cameroon could be on the dawn of becoming known for tourism.

Ukraine protests turn deadly

Violence continues in Kiev after a controversial law was passed curbing people's right to protest. Diana Magnay reports

Syria, U.S. surveillance in focus in group's annual rights report

Syria has been killing civilians and international powers have failed to intervene. The United States has killed people with drones and listened in on private communications in the name of national security. Russia has passed laws that target gays and lesbians. These are some of the trends in 2013 that Human Rights Watch (HRW) cited in its annual account of human rights records around the world on Tuesday.

Tupac and Sinatra: Back from dead?

Is that Tupac and Sinatra performing live? How did that happen?! Meet Eyeliner: the optical system that can bring the dead back to life.

Kickstarter's millionaires' club

In the past 12 months, several ventures have managed to raise over $1 million. Check out the projects that joined the Kickstarter millionaires' club.

Military strikes in northwestern Pakistan kill dozens

At least 40 people were killed and scores were wounded in overnight airstrikes by the Pakistani military on areas in the country's northwest where militants are based, a senior military official said Tuesday.

State of emergency declared for Bangkok

The Thai government has declared a state of emergency for the tense capital of Bangkok amid anti-government protests, a security official said Tuesday.

Photos may prove torture

A team of internationally renowned war crimes prosecutors and forensic experts has found "direct evidence" of "systematic torture and killing" by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, the lawyers on the team say in a new report.

Kennedy: Dolphin hunt 'inhumane'

Local Japanese officials defend a dolphin hunt as a traditional form of fishing. CNN's Paula Hancocks has more.