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'Inhumane' conditions in Melbourne

Temperatures hit 42.2 Celsius (108 Fahrenheit) at the Australia Open, leading to players and ball boys fainting and accusations of "inhumane" treatment.

10 things Taiwan does better

With 23 million people crammed onto an island that covers just more than 36,000 square kilometers, Taiwan ranks among the 20 most densely populated places in the world.

'Rock stars don't need oil,' Neil Young says

Rock icon Neil Young and the Canadian government don't see eye to eye on the country's oil sands energy projects and they most definitely have different views on how rock stars live.

China plans 'Titanic' replica

A Chinese theme park plans to build a replica of the Titanic that allows visitors to experience an iceberg "collision."

Nigeria bans same-sex marriage

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has signed a law banning same-sex marriage. CNN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Obama to visit Pope Francis, Kerry says

U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Pope Francis, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said after his own stop at the Vatican Tuesday -- though it wasn't immediately clear when the meeting between President and pontiff will happen.

Ronaldo wins top footballer award

Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo has won FIFA's Ballon d'Or, besting his rival Lionel Messi. Lara Baldesarra has more.

Egyptians vote on new constitution

For the second time in 13 months, Egyptians are trying to reshape their country's future by voting on a constitution Tuesday.

AK-47 inventor 'felt guilty'

Mikhail Kalashnikov admits to feelings of guilt over the creation of the AK-47. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.

Rodman's tearful return

Dennis Rodman apologizes for the situation in North Korea but insists he has done nothing wrong. Karl Penhaul reports.

India gun name sparks outrage

A light-weight gun named after an Indian gang rape victim has triggered a wave of criticism from advocates who call it "abhorrent."

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