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Tourist fears he was early victim of Cuba mystery attack

Chris Allen joined a growing list of private U.S. citizens asking the same alarming but unanswerable question: Were we victims, too?

Top tiers of Rome's Colosseum to open to public

The view from the fourth and fifth tiers have not been seen for four decades

Nicholas Kristof says North Korea has "galvanized for war"

When the New York Times op-ed columnist traveled to the reclusive country, the trip was "very different" this time around

German officials question Air Berlin pilot's airport fly-by

Federal Aviation Office says while aborted landings are common, this pilot's action in particular "needs to be clarified"

Spain vows to start taking power from Catalonia

Spain's central government took dramatic action in an attempt to thwart Catalonia's move toward independence. Seven and a half million people live in the northeast region of Spain. Tim Willcox of our partners at BBC reports.

N. Korea threatens "unimaginable" strike against U.S.

North Korea is issuing a new threat of military action against the U.S. The warning comes two days after a North Korean official said "a nuclear war may break out any moment." CBS News' Ben Tracy reports.

Questions surround Niger ambush that killed 4 U.S. soldiers

A key Republican senator says the Trump administration needs to explain how four U.S. Army sergeants were killed in Niger. Bryan Black, Jeremiah Johnson, Dustin Wright, and La David Johnson were told not to expect enemy contact on their mission to meet with community leaders two weeks ago. Margaret Brennan reports.

Spain to start seizing control in Catalonia over secession bid

Federal gov't responds to Catalan leader's threat of independence by saying it will trigger constitutional takeover

Taliban attack kills dozens, decimates army camp

Series of large-scale attacks on Afghan security forces leave more than 100 dead in just days

Ex-CIA chief John Brennan: Odds of N. Korean conflict "too high"

Puts the chances at 20 to 25 percent; also says it's "implausible" that Russia didn't have American help interfering in 2016 election

Tillerson says military leaders in Myanmar are accountable for Rohingya crisis

Over half a million Rohingya have fled the country under the threat of a brutal ethnic crackdown

2017 is second-warmest year on record, NOAA says

September was the fourth-warmest on record, resulting in a number of abnormalities across the globe

Tillerson lays out Trump administration's Asia strategy

U.S. tilts toward India and applies pressure on China, Tillerson said, ahead of Trump's Asia visit in November

Nikki Haley urges U.N. to adopt Trump's approach to Iran

U.S. ambassador says policies toward Iran should address all aspects of its "destructive conduct"

Croc suspected of killing dementia patient euthanized

Official says 14-foot saltwater crocodile's unusual behavior was a giveaway the killer had been found

Prospect of "no deal" Brexit looms larger and larger

As March 2019 deadline approaches without any sign of agreement between London, Europe, some worry while other take heart

4 U.S. soldiers killed in ambush were caught by surprise, official says

The U.S. Africa Command is investigating whether any of the soldiers could have been saved if they had been evacuated more quickly

Iran leader blasts Trump, urges EU to back nuke deal

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says he won't respond to "nonsensical comments by the foul-mouthed president," and refers to him as "mentally retarded"

4,000-year old statue linked to female Egyptian leader

Wooden head is believed to depict Ankhesenpepi II, the mother of King Pepi II of the sixth dynasty

Surfers head to Norway to ride Arctic waves

Our series Pushing the Limits explores how surfers from around the world head to northern Norway for a perfect wave and a spiritual experience. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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