A cargo train derailed Tuesday and crashed into a passenger train near Moscow, killing nine people and injuring 45, Russia's state-run news agency ITAR-Tass reported.
China has accused the United States of "hypocrisy" and "double standards" following its decision to charge five Chinese army officers with cybertheft against major American businesses.
The Thai army declared martial law throughout the country in a surprise move that an aide to the country's embattled Prime Minister said the government didn't know about beforehand.
The U.S. military doubled the number of aircraft standing by in Italy if needed to evacuate Americans from the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, Libya, CNN has learned.
Qingdao, famously known as the home of Tsingtao Beer and fine beaches, is hosting the 2014 International Horticultural Expo.
Anderson Cooper talks to a South African diver who fought off a great white shark with a spear and caught it on camera.
NATO is urging Russia to follow through on its many pledges to withdraw troops along Ukraine's eastern border, saying it has seen no signs of soldiers returning to their bases.
The raw satellite data used to shape the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could soon be made public, according to a senior Malaysian official.
Scientists in Argentina have uncovered the fossilized bones of the largest dinosaur ever. Fionnuala Sweeney reports.
Vladimir Duthiers speaks with the sister of a girl who appeared in the Boko Haram video showing the abducted girls.
South Korea's President made an emotional apology Monday over the ferry disaster that killed close to 300 people last month and said she would dismantle the country's coast guard.
The three-year war in Syria has claimed 162,402 lives, an opposition group said Monday, as the raging conflict shows no signs of abating.
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The U.S. Justice Department is filing charges against five Chinese officials, accusing them of hacking into U.S. companies.
A bus packed with children burst into flames in Colombia on Sunday, killing at least 32 people, officials said.
She was only crowned Miss Universe Thailand on Saturday but Weluree "Fai" Ditsayabut has already become caught up in the political crisis engulfing her country, after comments were found on her Facebook page referring to pro-government demonstrators as "dirty," "evil activists" that should "all be executed."
A bomb blast in the northern Nigerian city of Kano killed at least four people late Sunday, according to local police.
The U.S. Coast Guard said Sunday it has suspended its search for four British sailors missing since Friday.
Clashes near the northern Malian town of Kidal between government forces and Tuareg rebel armed groups have left eight Malian soldiers dead and 25 others injured, according to the country's Defense Ministry, the state-run newspaper, L'Essor National, reported Sunday.