Lebanon is paralyzed, again. The judge leading the investigation into the August 2020 port blast has become a lightning rod for Lebanon's mounting tensions. Lives have already been lost in the dispute, which goes to the very heart, CNN's Ben Wedeman reports, of Lebanon's future.
Moscow will impose a 10-day lockdown from next week in an effort to curb soaring Covid-19 cases, the city's mayor has said, as Russia endures its worst-ever phase of the pandemic. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
At least four people were killed and more than 30 injured in the blast that happened in the northeastern city of Shenyang, according to local authorities.
The recent kidnapping of 17 missionaries by a gang in Haiti has highlighted a brutal yet common occurrence in the country. CNN's Matt Rivers reports from Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince.
The UN Security Council called an emergency meeting after North Korea said it successfully test-fired a new ballistic missile from a submarine. However, experts say in order for this system to be a real operational threat, North Korea has to demonstrate the ability to keep those submarines s…
The UK is seeing a rise in coronavirus cases months after having lifted all restrictions earlier this year. Dr. Eric Topol, Professor of Molecular Medicine at Scripps Research explains to CNN's John Vause why that might be.
Sixteen American citizens and one Canadian were kidnapped by the powerful "400 Mawozo" gang after visiting an orphanage in Croix-des-Bouquets, a northeast suburb of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Myanmar's junta has freed hundreds of political prisoners from Yangon's Insein prison, Reuters reported Tuesday, citing local media. It follows the junta's announcement that it would free more than 5,600 people arrested for protesting against military rule since a coup. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
North Korea has fired at least one ballistic missile from its eastern coast, according to South Korean and Japanese officials. CNN's Paula Hancocks has more.
CNN's Matt Rivers examines the last moves of the missionary group that was kidnapped in Haiti, reportedly by the 400 Mawozo gang - a dangerous and well-known group.
Experts are concerned about China's military capabilities after a report that the country recently tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile. CNN's Brian Todd has more.
Former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres talks about the Earthshot Prize alongside winner Vaitea Cowan whose company is turning water into green hydrogen.
As many as 17 American missionaries have been kidnapped by gang members in Haiti, including 14 adults and three minors, a source in Haiti's security forces told CNN.
Seventeen missionaries from the United States and Canada, some of them minors, were kidnapped in Haiti on Saturday, according to the organization Christian Aid Ministries. CNN's Kylie Atwood reports.
British lawmaker Sir David Amess was fatally stabbed while serving his community. Friends and constituents remember him as the moderate Conservative MP who got things done, but also as the animal lover who staged a music concert for people with learning disabilities.
North Korea is criticizing Netflix's worldwide hit show "Squid Game," slamming it for highlighting the negative aspects of South Korean culture, including consumerism and inequality. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
The worst violence the Lebanese capital has seen in more than a dozen years is bringing fears of a return to civil war to the surface, especially in a country where there's no shortage of weapons, but state authority is in dire short supply. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from Beirut.
The deadly protests in Beirut this week were the most violent the country has seen in more than a decade. The epicenter of the clashes, the Tayouneh neighborhood, is close to the birthplace of Lebanon's 1975-1990 civil war raising further tension and concern in the country. CNN's Ben Wedeman…
In Tunis, co-working spaces are allowing young Tunisian entrepreneurs to dream big by working together and supporting each other in order to build a bright future for their country.
After Diana and Prince Charles' engagement, Camilla Parker Bowles left Diana a note saying, such exciting news, love to see the engagement ring. Watch CNN's new series "Diana" on Sundays at 9pm ET/PT.
China's Shenzhou-13 spacecraft is set to depart for the country's second manned space mission to help build its new space station, a competitor to the International Space Station. CNN's David Culver reports from China's satellite launch site in Jiuquan city.
South Korea has dominated the Olympic sport of short track speed skating for decades, but there is a dark side to that success. A KSOC report earlier this week detailed 124 assault cases in the last five years -- 16 cases of sexual violence and two coaches who abused minors.
When the pandemic hit Bali's economy, his Plastic Exchange offered families an opportunity to receive free rice by collecting trash. So far, they have sent nearly 500 tons of plastic waste to be recycled.
Tensions are high between between Taiwan and mainland China as state media shows Beijing training for an invasion in a new propaganda video.
Abdulrazak Gurnah won the Nobel Prize for Literature and speaks to One World about the fact the award has historically been awarded to novelists in the West. Gurnah believes the lack of access to English translation limits some African authors from being considered.
Diana, Princess of Wales, is considered an icon by millions around the globe for so many reasons -- her royal status, her humanitarianism and her incomparable media savvy. Tune in Sundays at 9pm Et/PT to watch CNN's new series "Diana."
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's government has quietly shifted its position on the JCPOA, also known as the Iran nuclear deal, marking a break from the position of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. CNN's Hadas Gold reports.
On the 60th anniversary of Nazi Adolf Eichmann's trial, CNN's Elie Honig speaks to deputy prosecutor Gabriel Bach and investigator Michael Goldmann-Gilead about their memories of the case and the legacy of the trial.
Princes William and Harry lost their mother, Diana, at a young age. But she still has a strong effect on their interactions with the rest of the royal family, their relationships with the media and their charitable activism.
Taiwan's Defense Ministry said 56 Chinese warplanes made incursions into its air defense identification zone on Monday, the highest number since the island began publicly reporting such activities last year. CNN's Will Ripley has more.
CNN's Brianna Keilar talks to a family in Philadelphia about their arduous trip home from Kabul, Afghanistan, after the Taliban took over the country.
A former British police officer has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for the abduction, rape and murder of Sarah Everard, a case that sparked outrage and a national debate about violence against women. CNN's Eleni Giokos speaks with British MP Bell Ribeiro-Addy.
President Joe Biden has pledged to significantly increase the amount of Covid-19 vaccines it will ship to foreign nations beginning in 2022 in an effort to end the pandemic worldwide. Meanwhile the WHO says Africa needs seven times more vaccine than it currently receives to meet the target o…
Afghan refugees fleeing their homeland are making the treacherous journey to Turkey after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. CNN's Arwa Damon speaks to several Afghans who have attempted-- but failed -- to cross into Turkey.
Prince Andrew was served with legal papers in a civil sexual assault case against him when the senior British royal's US-based lawyer was sent the suit by FedEx and email, court papers show. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.
CNN's Becky Anderson sits down with Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and how the international community should engage with the Taliban.
North Korea fired two unidentified ballistic missiles into waters off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula on Wednesday, according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the latest photos from North Korean media showing Kim Jong Un's forces test firing new long-range cruise missiles that analysts believe is the North Korean leader's latest attempt to get the Biden administration's attention.
While a US court will hold a pretrial hearing filed by one of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers against Prince Andrew, a charity under Prince Charles is reportedly under investigation after a UK newspaper reported that a Russian banker had tried to donate a six-figure sum to the future king's found…
CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Nadia Nadim, an Afghan-Danish footballer, who fled Afghanistan after the Taliban killed her father in 2000.
Ali Nazary, head of foreign relations for the National Resistance Front in Afghanistan, says Afghans are answering the group's calls for an uprising against the Taliban.
A lot has changed since the Taliban were last in charge, like cell phones and social media. But much has not, especially Afghanistan's enduring problem: poverty. The week after Kabul fell a local journalist took a road trip from the border to the capital. On this journey, two things become c…
CNN's Barbara Starr asked Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, about the pain and anger he said he was feeling about the withdrawal from Afghanistan.