Lebanon's government has stepped down in the wake of the deadly explosion in Beirut. Rage over the blast is fueling protest movements that demand the ouster of the country's ruling elites. CNN's Sam Kiley reports.
One man in Canada, sitting at his kitchen table with just a laptop and a phone with limited airtime, accomplished what the South African government failed to -- organize a repatriation flight for a group of South Africans stranded for six months in Wuhan because of Covid-19. CNN's David McKe…
CNN's Arwa Damon is in Beirut, Lebanon, where rescue crews are undertaking a bleak search for missing persons and beginning the long cleanup process after a massive explosion devastated the city.
After a deadly explosion shook Beirut, Lebanon, killing at least 154 people and injuring at least 5,000, protesters gathered in the city to demand help, answers and accountability from the government.
A couple standing less than 600 meters from the blast site survived the explosion in Beirut - they are now recovering in hospital.
A pilot and two passengers are dead after an Air India Express flight skidded off the runway at Kozhikode Calicut International Airport, also known as Karipur Airport, CNN News 18 reports.
French President Emmanuel Macron took aim at Lebanon's political class while speaking to reporters at Residence des Pins, the French ambassador's house in Beirut, Lebanon.
CNN gains exclusive access to a new coronavirus testing facility in Moscow, which Russia is promoting as more effective than Western counterparts. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
UK Bureau Chief of Al Arabiya, Rima Maktabi, gives CNN a look inside her Beirut home that was destroyed by a massive explosion that rocked the capital of Lebanon, leaving dozens dead and thousands injured.
A nurse was pictured carrying three newborn babies at Al Roum Hospital in Beirut in the aftermath of the blast that rocked the Lebanese capital.
A massive explosion ripped through central Beirut, Lebanon, injuring hundreds of people and blowing out windows in buildings across the city. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from the damaged CNN bureau.
The US' donation of two million doses of hydroxychloroquine to Brazil - which still recommends the drug for Covid-19 despite studies showing it has no effect - has been mostly untouched since arrival, Brazilian officials have said. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
The impact of Covid-19 is being felt in London, where previously bustling streets are now often deserted and some shops are still shuttered. But the British capital has a long history of enduring hardship. CNN's Phil Black reports.
Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates is slowly returning to normal after rolling out a massive coronavirus testing campaign that has been effective at stopping the spread of the virus. CNN's Becky Anderson reports.
North Korea claims that it is developing a vaccine for Covid-19 as state media maintains that the country is still "virus free." CNN's Will Ripley reports