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New details emerge about teen killer of French priest

The 19-year-old nursed his obsession with jihad in a quiet French town, and twice was stopped while attempting to join ISIS

Post-coup purge in Turkey sets sights on journalism

Turkey's state run news agency says the government has decided to close at least 45 newspapers and 16 television stations

Pope Francis: The world is at war

Pope Francis spoke about the string of deadly terror attacks across Europe, including this week's murder of a priest in France. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane joins CBSN with more of the pontiff's reaction.

GOP: ISIS-linked plots against the West pass milestone

Republicans on U.S. House Homeland Security Committee find Americans a top target for terror group

Pope Francis: The world's at war, but not a war of religions

Pontiff visits Central and Eastern Europe in shadow of slaying of priest in France

Official: Bavaria bomber chatting online before attack

"There are indeed questions about whether he intended to set off the bomb at that moment," Bavaria interior minister says

Russia pushes back over responsibility of DNC email hacking

There is a growing consensus in the American intelligence community that Russia was behind the Democratic National Committee hacking. Agencies reportedly told the White House they have "high confidence" Moscow is responsible for the theft of emails and documents. Show More Summary

French priest's killer was awaiting trial over attempts to join ISIS fight in Syria

Social media pictures appear to show attacker as a youngster growing up in northern France, but sometime in 2015 he was suddenly radicalized

Floods and landslides kill dozens in Nepal

Tens of thousands of Nepalese still living in tents following set of devastating earthquakes in 2015

Reports: South Sudan soldiers raped dozens near U.N. camp

Rapes highlight problems of targeted ethnic violence and reluctance of U.N. peacekeepers to protect civilians

Report: Turkey orders detention of 47 journalists and executives

Concerns raised over possible witch hunt in wake of coup attempt that killed approximately 290 people

In India, "Pokemon Go" fans hunt Pikachus using VPNs

"I don't have to wait the whole morning as the people of New York would have to... I can easily sit here and battle till whatever time I want," player says

China sentences Hong Kong journalists to up to 5 years in prison

Hong Kong long served as clearing house for info on sensitive mainland topics; publishers considered themselves beyond Beijing's reach

Nepal's 68-year-old student

What does it take to go back to school at the age of 68?

ISIS claims gruesome church attack in France

ISIS says it is responsible for a gruesome attack in northern France where two men murdered an elderly priest. One of them was under house arrest for terrorist charges. Charlie D'Agata has more.

Anthrax outbreak kills hundreds of reindeer

Russian authorities are evacuating nomadic reindeer herders after the fatal outbreak

Mass killing challenges Japan's sense of security

Japan's reputation since World War II as one of the safest countries in the world may be creating a false sense of security

About 20 pct of Russia's Olympic team barred from Rio

So far, 86 of Russia's 387-strong Olympic team announced last week won't be allowed to compete as more sports issue bans

Attacks make Hollande most unpopular president in French history

After spate of terror attacks, poll shows that nearly 90 percent of French people disapprove of their president

Syrian government troops tighten siege on largest city

After taking more ground in the country's largest city, Assad's forces call on rebels to give up and citizens to kick them out

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