Outrage over the reported discovery of the bodies of almost 800 children at a former home for unmarried mothers run by nuns in Ireland prompted calls Wednesday for a full investigation.
British police say officers from the Counter Terrorism Command, SO15, have arrested two men in Dover on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism.
With just a little more than a week until the first kickoff of the 2014 World Cup, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff hosted a dinner for international journalists and countered criticism that too much money was spent on stadiums while infrastructure projects languished.
A U.S. official says a Russian fighter jet buzzed dangerously close to a U.S. military plane in April.
Researchers study sounds from underwater listening devices that could be Flight 370 crashing in the water.
Sudanese Christians fear that practicing their faith may make them a target for violence. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.
Germany's chief federal prosecutor has opened a criminal investigation into whether U.S. intelligence services monitored one of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cell phones, his office said Wednesday.
Holograms, limited-edition collectibles and more than 1,000 toys on display to mark franchise's 30th anniversary
Police in Nigeria's capital Tuesday made a U-turn, saying a ban on protests in support of the more than 200 girls kidnapped in April does not exist.
They may not be led by Katniss Everdeen, but Thai protesters have adopted one of her symbols. Jessica King reports.
James Zogby, President of the Arab American Institute, talks a new poll on how the Arab world views the United States
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro published a thinly-veiled complaint Tuesday that he is not being kept up to date on happenings in Cuba.
From samba and carnival to food, music and religion, African culture is everywhere in Brazil.
A Russian fighter jet buzzed dangerously close to a U.S. military plane in April, a U.S. official said Tuesday, describing the fly-by as "straight out of a movie."
Conflicting accounts emerged Wednesday from heightened fighting in eastern Ukraine, with a Ukrainian government official claiming forces loyal to Kiev had inflicted heavy losses on separatists while a pro-Russian official boasted militants had downed government jets and helicopters.
Twenty-five years ago, when tanks and automatic rifles silenced massive demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, CNN's Jaime FlorCruz was TIME magazine's correspondent in China.