South Sudan's military has quashed an attempted coup, President Salva Kiir said Monday, after heavy gunfire gripped the capital of Juba.
A Filipino maid is covered in burns after she says her employer threw boiling water on her.
India on Wednesday invited the prime minister of its archrival Pakistan to the swearing-in of its new leader, Narendra Modi.
The United States has seen the first preliminary signs that Russian forces may be preparing to move away from the border with Ukraine, a U.S. defense official told CNN on Wednesday.
British royal watchers are in a tizzy over comments reportedly made by Prince Charles comparing Russian President Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.
A top researcher in Japan says TEPCO underestimated the damage at Fukushima, reports CNN's Will Ripley.
CNN's Myleene Klass speaks to the producer of a film that speculates on what happened to Flight MH370.
The U.S. Coast Guard's search for four British sailors missing in the Atlantic Ocean since late last week resumed Tuesday morning, the service said.
Apparently, dancing to a song about happiness in Iran can get you arrested.
The Pakistani military carried out airstrikes in the country's northwest early Wednesday, targeting alleged militant hideouts in the volatile region.
Thirty people were killed in separate Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria's Borno state this week, local residents told CNN.
Protests surge. Violence flares. And troops swoop in, claiming they're trying to calm things down. Here's a cheat sheet guide to understanding Thailand's fast-moving crisis.
At least 118 people were killed Tuesday in twin blasts at a market in the central Nigerian city of Jos, an official said, warning the toll could climb.
The South Korean Navy fired warning shots after three North Korean patrol boats crossed the maritime border at the Yellow Sea, an official with the South Korean Defense Ministry said.
A series of al Qaeda-based threats to attack American and Western targets in Europe, as well as threats to launch attacks in the United States, has caused significant concern inside the U.S. intelligence community, CNN has learned.
CNN's Samuel Burke explains how you can get your iPhone to stop tracking and storing your location data.
CNN's David McKenzie reports that China has denounced U.S. hacking charges against Chinese army officers.
Three explosions rocked the city of Jos in central Nigeria on Tuesday, two local journalists said.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and a veritable army of action stars invade Cannes. Myleene Klass reports.
It's being called the most expensive divorce in the history of ... well, marriage.