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Rio braces itself as terror threat hangs over Olympics

Brazil, which has long prided itself on its enemy-free foreign policy, has almost no experience fighting terrorism

Mexico drug lord convicted in killing of U.S. DEA agent leaves prison

Drug lord Ernesto "Don Neto" Fonseca Carrillo was convicted in the 1985 killing of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent

Pope Francis falls during Mass in Poland

The 79-year-old pope took a tumble while celebrating Mass during his trip to Poland, but quickly recovered and went on to deliver a long homily.

Al Qaeda branch makes move to put pressure on U.S.

Nusra has been al Qaeda's branch in Syria, one of most powerful armed groups fighting dictatorship

JetBlue introduces direct flights to Cuba

For the first time, JetBlue airlines is offering direct flights to Cuba. Seats go on sale today. USA Today travel reporter Charisse Jones joins CBSN to discuss the details.

North Korea: U.S. "crossed the red line" with latest move

Remarks from North Korea's top diplomat for U.S. affairs come ahead of joint military exercises south of Demilitarized Zone

World's deepest blue hole found in South China Sea

Questions remain about how the mysterious hole formed and what, if any, life it harbors

6 baby rhinos saved from drowning in floods

1.2 million people forced to flee homes as floods hit park with world's largest one-horned rhino population

Merkel: Germany will not change refugee policy after attacks

Terror by asylum-seekers "mocks the country that took them in," Chancellor says

Pope trips at Poland mass

After tumble, pontiff urges unity in face of divisions over refugees and migrants in first trip to Eastern Europe

Doping-depleted Russian Olympic team heads to Rio

More than 100 Russian athletes have been barred from competing after doping scandal

Lapel pins with images of ex-NKorean ruler found in South

All North Koreans must wear pins with images of leaders; possibility they were carried across border by propaganda balloons, reports say

"Large-scale humanitarian operation" to start in besieged Aleppo

Up to 300,000 people in rebel-held districts under siege for nearly 3 weeks as humanitarian groups warn of catastrophe

Second French priest killer named

Identified by DNA after brutal assault on Normandy church; was known to police for Islamist ties, sources say

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

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