How do you dispose of Syria's chemical weapons stockpiles? Call in private industry.
South African newspapers published photos of President Jacob Zuma's home Friday in defiance of a verbal ban by the country's state security minister.
North Korea has confirmed to Swedish diplomats that it is holding a U.S. citizen, the U.S. State Department said Friday.
After centuries buried beneath the Vatican, and decades hidden away inside the Holy See, the bones of a man long believed to be St. Peter, one of the founding fathers of the Christian church, are to go on display for the first time.
For the last 220 years, the Louvre has been a people's museum. And with close to 10 million visitors a year, it's the most visited art museum in the world. Now we want to know what your favorite Louvre artwork is. Tell us via #LouvreFavorite and you could be part of a CNN feature.
Paula Newton tours Atelier Amaro where Poland's only Michelin starred chef cooks local dishes.
Tanzania, a country of 45 million people, has just one children's heart surgeon - and he must contend with crowded hospitals and power cuts during operations.
The death toll from the collapse of a roof at a supermarket in Latvia's capital has climbed to 45, making it the Baltic state's deadliest accident since it won independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, local media reported.
As talks on Iran's nuclear program enter what was scheduled as a final day of negotiations Friday, the country's right to enrich uranium remains a sticking point, diplomats directly involved in the talks said.
The death toll from this month's Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines has spiked to 5,209, the government-run Philippines News Agency reported, citing the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council.
A couple alleged to have held three women captive as slaves in London for more than 30 years have been released on bail, Scotland Yard says.
The outline of a possible deal to insure Iran will not build a nuclear bomb has begun to emerge in Geneva.
Russian authorities have released from jail most of the members of a Greenpeace group arrested on their ship in September while protesting oil drilling in the Arctic.
CNN's Paula Newton travels to Warsaw to visit the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
An oil pipeline exploded Friday in eastern China, killing at least 22 people, the state-run news agency Xinhua reported.
It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime for Merrill Newman, a Korean War veteran who had long wanted to go to North Korea.
Libyan militias surrendered their Tripoli bases to the military on Thursday, nearly a week after growing public anger over the presence of armed groups in the capital sparked deadly clashes.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged developed nations to "lead by example" Wednesday as a climate change conference bogged down over support for poor nations trying to adapt to a warming world.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos officially announced he will seek re-election, a decision that could affect the ongoing peace talks between the government and the FARC.
Police in London rescued three women who appear to have been held captive for more than 30 years, London's Metropolitan Police said Thursday.