United Nations human rights experts are urging authorities to investigate reports about gay men allegedly being targeted and detained in the Russian republic of Chechnya.
This year, Beijing's Palace Museum -- a vast, architectural complex that 24 Chinese emperors called home over 500 years -- will hosting a somewhat unexpected exhibition. Running until July 2 is a one-off show dedicated to Chaumet, the prestigious Paris jewelry house once patronized by Napoleon Bonaparte.
The US is sending "dozens" of additional troops to Somalia to train and equip the Somali National Army and the forces participating in the African Union Mission in Somalia there, a US military official confirmed Thursday.
The evacuation of thousands of rebels and civilians is underway in Syria as part of a demographic exchange deal involving four separate towns and villages in the war-torn country.
CNN's Will Ripley calls in from Pyongyang for a conversation with David Chalian about the atmosphere and life inside the secretive state ahead of another likely nuclear test.
Spanning seven seas -- and countless waterways in between -- the world's horizons stretch every which way for would-be cruisers.
Will Canada be known for another kind of leaf -- other than its iconic maple?
Investigations are continuing Friday into a "misdirected" US-led coalition airstrike that killed 18 allies in Syria earlier this week.
Bana Alabed, the 7-year-old girl whose tweets from besieged Aleppo drew the world's attention to the human toll of the Syria conflict, will publish her memoir this fall.
It's home to the tallest tower, the biggest shopping mall and the fastest police car, but why does Dubai aspire to be the happiest city in the world?
When US forces dropped the military's biggest non-nuclear bomb on Afghanistan, President Donald Trump described it as "another successful job."
While the US-led coalition has been pounding ISIS in Iraq and Syria, forces in Afghanistan are facing an increased threat by the group and its affiliate, Wilayat Khorasan.
Peter Bergen says the use of the bomb should be understood as part of an effort to reverse a war that is not going well for the Afghan government and, by extension, the United States.
Nintendo fans can't get enough of the Switch. Literally.
Russia is saying goodbye to Europe's beloved song contest Eurovision, according to the European Broadcasting Union.
Downtown Port Louis always feel hotter than the rest of Mauritius, maybe because this is the only place in the country where people are in a rush.
Sitting across a narrow channel, a mere 10-minute water taxi ride from its energetic sister island of St. Kitts, laid-back Nevis remains unspoiled, with no casinos or all-inclusives, nor any mega cruise ships calling on its mere 36 square miles.
The biggest CNN Heroes fan in the world might be a 5th grade social studies teacher in the suburbs of New York City.
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