From humble beginnings to a dazzling career. CNN's Alex Thomas looks back on Cristiano Ronaldo's football filled life.
Turkish police on Tuesday raided the offices of a Turkish Islamic charity on the border with Syria as part of an operation against the al Qaeda terror organization.
When France's President Francois Hollande steps out before the waiting press Tuesday, it's his private life that will be making the headlines.
Egyptians are far more likely to support military rule than people in many other countries in the Middle East, but they're also more likely to support Islamic law, according to a study released as the Arab world's most populous country prepares to vote on a new constitution.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators jammed key Bangkok intersections in anti-government protests intended to drive Thailand's Prime Minister out of office.
Between 200 and 300 women and children who were fleeing fighting in South Sudan drowned when an overloaded ferry overturned on a river, a South Sudanese army spokesman said Tuesday.
Two days of heavy rains set off floods and landslides in the southeastern Philippines, leaving dozens dead and thousands displaced.
A Chinese obstetrician convicted of selling seven babies has been sentenced to death, China's Xinhua news agency reports.
A Chinese theme park plans to open a full-scale replica of RMS Titanic, complete with simulation of an iceberg collision.
Our panel of pros tells you where to ski. Or at least where they do.
Cats and dogs in Venezuela may soon be getting a taste of the South American country's brand of socialism as the country weighs controlling pet food prices.
A former U.S. soldier charged with attempting to join a terrorist group was sentenced to seven years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to destroying records that could be used in a terror investigation, federal prosecutors said.
On a bitterly cold December morning in 2011, we watched as the last U.S. troops crossed the border into Kuwait, ending America's war in Iraq.
Macau wants to attract tourists with its cultural attractions. Pauline Chiou reports.
The northern Pakistani school where a teenage boy died while tackling a suicide bomber last week will be renamed in his honor, a top provincial official announced Monday.
Dozens of international correspondents came together Monday to demand that Egypt release three journalists they say have been detained arbitrarily for two weeks.
The youngest daughter of Spain's King Juan Carlos won't appeal preliminary charges against her for alleged financial crimes, and will give unprecedented testimony before a judge on February 8, a court and her lawyers said Monday.
In Egypt, the words "street food" and "gourmet" don't often go hand in hand.
Dennis Rodman is apologizing. Again.
An explosion in a village in southern China's Guizhou province caused 18 casualties on Monday afternoon, China's state-run Xinhua news agency reported, citing local officials.