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World's most incredible origami

A new exhibition in New York is showcasing the delicate art of origami - used to create exquisite objects from miniature animals, to avant-garde fashion designs.

'5 militants killed' in attack on Ukraine border guard base

Five militants were killed in the volatile eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk on Monday after they took part in a large coordinated assault Monday on a border guard base, an official at the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service told CNN.

Who did U.S. swap Bergdahl for?

With the announcement that Sgt. Bergdahl was released also came news of five Gitmo detainees being transferred to Qatar.

Spain's King Juan Carlos: I quit

After nearly 40 years on the throne, King Juan Carlos I of Spain said Monday that he will be stepping down.

Modern marvels, seen through your eyes

What will the cities of tomorrow look like? Decades ago, people imagined the future looking like an episode of "The Jetsons," with flying cars and buildings perched high atop stilts.

Police arrest suspect in Belgian Jewish Museum shooting

Police have arrested a man in Marseille, France, who is suspected of killing three people last week in the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Belgium, Belgian federal magistrate Wenke Roggen said Sunday.

U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico

Andrew Tahmooressi claims he accidentally brought guns across the border into Mexico. CNN's Nick Valencia reports.

Spain arrests 6 suspected of recruiting for terror groups

Swooping in at 4 o'clock in the morning, Spanish police arrested six Spanish men on suspicion of recruiting and sending 26 radical Islamic fighters for terrorist groups in Syria, Mali and Libya, the Interior Ministry said Friday.

Myanmar ponders monk-backed interfaith marriage ban

Myanmar's government has begun unveiling drafts of proposed laws that critics say are motivated by religious hatred, and could take discrimination against the country's marginalized Muslim minority to new heights.

Meet armless table tennis champ

It's Ibrahim Hamadto's turn to serve. Holding the bat in his mouth, the Egyptian para-table tennis champion gets the rally going by flicking the ball up high with his right foot. Sinking through the air, the delicate white sphere meets his racket and comes out charging like a bullet with a powerful spin.