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Where is the world's highest murder rate?

The same country that topped the list the last time the United Nations issued a report on murder rates stayed atop again, with a rate nearly 70 percent A United Nations report

Australian PM 'confident'

Hopes that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might soon be found fluctuated on Friday.

The 'bull dog' against Pistorius

He's known as the "bull dog" in South Africa's legal circles, and just two days in to Gerrie Nel's merciless cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius, it's easy to see why.

Cuba: U.S. using spam as a weapon

Cuban officials have accused the U.S. government of bizarre plots over the years, such as trying to kill Fidel Castro with exploding cigars. On Wednesday, they said Washington is using a new weapon against the island: spam.

U.N. approves peacekeepers for Central African Republic

The U.N. Security Council on Thursday unanimously approved the creation of a United Nations peacekeeping force for the Central African Republic, where competing militias have been fighting for months.

Mom mutilated by addict husband

23-year-old Sitara, a former child bride, was sleeping when her husband attacked her, asking for money to fuel his drug habit.

Putting planes back together

CNN's Stephanie Elam visits USC's Aviation Accident Lab for a look at how investigators learn to solve aviation mysteries.

India's most devoted voter

As Indians go to the polls, CNN's Fred Pleitgen has the story of the 97-year-old who has voted in every Indian election.

Ukraine offers protesters a deal

Put down your weapons and leave occupied buildings -- then you won't be prosecuted, Ukraine's acting President Oleksandr Turchynov tells pro-Russian protesters.

MH370: Searchers hear signal again

Investigators got new information that may help them narrow the possible whereabouts of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 as details emerged Thursday that shed light on the doomed flight's final moments early March 8 as it flew from Kuala Lumpur toward Beijing.

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