New concerns have surfaced ahead of February's Winter Olympics in Russia. CNN's Phil Black reports.
South Korea's $230 million National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) opened in November with a towering ambition -- become what the MoMA is to New York and the Tate is to London.
Iran started suspending high levels of uranium enrichment Monday as an interim deal struck with six world powers went into effect, state media reported, making way for more talks and fewer sanctions.
Kenneth Bae, a U.S. citizen being held in North Korea, made a statement Monday saying he had committed a "serious crime" against North Korea, which does "not abuse human rights," according to China's state-run news agency Xinhua, which has a presence in Pyongyang.
Car bombs rocked a number of predominantly Shiite Muslim neighborhoods of Baghdad on Monday, killing at least 13 people and wounding 53 others, police officials told CNN.
Imagine a warm brew of lager so heady you had to plunge a straw through the thick surface scum to get to the fermented liquor below.
Ukraine's capital remained in a tense standoff Monday following clashes between anti-government protesters and police that left dozens wounded.
Iran needs to be part of the solution, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says. But the Syrian opposition counters: "This is a deal breaker."
From wearable technology to space tourism, 2014 will be a year of significant technological leaps. We take a look through some of the most ground-breaking developments of the year ahead.
For the first time since the revolution, cars go on sale in Cuba, but not without controversy, CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
A Mexican mayoral candidate faces trial for allegedly faking his death to avoid prosecution for rape. Rafael Romo reports.
An Indonesian migrant worker tells of her alleged abuse as thousands protest in Hong Kong. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
More than 200 dolphins are being held captive in a Japanese cove, where several of them are likely to be slaughtered Tuesday, according to the environmental activists.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pledged that visitors to Sochi for the Winter Olympics, due to start in less than three weeks, will be kept safe.
Last week, a hunter stunned the world by paying $350,000 to kill a black rhino. The deal went went viral and brought death threats against the hunter.
At least 22 people were killed and 38 others injured in a blast at an army checkpoint in the northern Pakistani city of Bannu on Sunday, intelligence officials said.
More than 200 bottlenose dolphins spent a second day penned in a cove by Japanese fishermen, U.S. conservationists said Sunday, many of them stressed and bloodied from their attempts to escape.
Homosexuals now live in fear of Nigeria's strict new anti-gay laws. CNN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.
At least 28 people were injured in two explosions at an opposition rally in the Thai capital of Bangkok on Sunday, authorities said.
Gunmen launched grenades and used machetes against Muslims being evacuated in a truck convoy in Central African Republic, killing at least three children and 19 adults, a humanitarian group said Saturday.