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China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters, according to satellite images analyzed by Jane's Defence Weekly.
A court in Hong Kong has ruled that a British banker charged with the grisly murder of two Indonesian women is psychologically fit to enter a plea on both counts.
International negotiators in Vienna are scrambling to reach a deal on Iran's nuclear program, with media in Tehran suggesting a comprehensive agreement by Monday's deadline is "impossible."
President Obama has decided to extend the combat role of U.S. forces in Afghanistan into 2015. CNN's Erin McPike reports.
In Australia, a newborn baby was found in a storm drain, up to five days after he was abandoned there.
A fierce battle between ISIS militants and Iraqi military and tribal forces is raging close to the main government complex of Anbar province in the center of Ramadi, the capital city.
Kenyan security forces have killed 100 militants, an official said Sunday, one day after a deadly attack on a bus.
At least 45 people were killed and 60 others wounded when a suicide bomber attacked a crowd watching a volleyball match in Afghanistan.
A magnitude-5.9 earthquake struck a remote region of southwestern China, reportedly killing at least two people and causing a stampede at a primary school.
With tensions simmering over the deadly crisis in Ukraine, Russia has accused the West of seeking regime change in Moscow, prompting renewed comparisons with the Cold War era.
A strong earthquake shook central Japan on Saturday night, injuring several people as their homes collapsed in a village west of Nagano, an official said.
A top local police official in Mexico was arrested in connection with the disappearance of 43 college students, authorities said.
Growing up in Guatemala, Juan Pablo Romero Fuentes watched many of his peers succumb to drugs, gangs and crime.
A House report finds little to support questions raised about CIA actions on the ground during the 2012 Benghazi attack.
Qassim Shesho fled Iraq for Germany in 1990. Now, he's back with two of his sons to defend his land, family and religion from the terrorist group.
A reporter for Australia's Seven Network learned the hazards of live TV while reporting next to a skatepark in the U.S..
NATO has scrambled fighter jets more than 400 times this year to intercept Russian military flights, the alliance's secretary general says.
A college trip to Israel changed rabbi Kalman Levine's life, his childhood best friend Shimon Kraft remembers.
Protesters demanding justice for 43 missing students started throwing Molotov cocktails in Mexico City's main square.
A Honduran beauty queen and her sister were found dead Wednesday, police said, and the sister's boyfriend and another man have been arrested.