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Strikes touched off massive explosions in Yemeni capital, killing at least 19 and burying scores more under rubble
"I was prepared for death and I was willing to take the gamble," says a Somali who describes how he fled Africa in a crowded vessel
?Marc Wabafiyebazu, 15, faces a murder charge in connection with a drug-rated shootout that left his brother and another person dead
USS Theodore Roosevelt will join other U.S. ships in response to reports of Iranian arms convoy bound for Yemen's rebels
Rescuers respond to two new migrant emergencies off Libya and one near Greece after weekend disaster that left 700 feared dead
Crowd stormed police station the same day the military overthrew an elected but divisive Islamist president
Three days of mourning declared after video shows Ethiopian Christians held captive in Libya being shot or beheaded by militants
Police say 13-year-old killed a teacher and wounded four others in Barcelona while "saying strange and incoherent things"
Jason Rezaian faces espionage, other charges that carry a maximum penalty of 10 to 20 years in prison, newspaper's editor says
Native Americans have compared Rev. Junipero Serra's conversion of natives to genocide
Norway is thinking about shutting down FM radio. The Scandinavian country would be the first to make the change as more consumers use streaming radio services.
More than 1,000 people have fled their homes and hundred have been arrested amid wave of attacks on immigrants
Oskar Groening, 93, has acknowledged serving as an SS officer at death camp but denies committing any crimes
Award-winning journalist Tina Brown is getting ready for her sixth annual summit. This week’s conference brings familiar names and voices of change, tackling everything from education to equal rights. Brown joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the summit.
Hundreds of people have died in the last few weeks during attempts to migrate from Africa to Europe across the Mediterranean Sea. Activists are calling for European governments to do more to help the migrants. Pamela Falk discusses why the crisis is expected to only get worse on "Up to the Minute."
President Xi arrived in Islamabad Monday with $46 billion in promised investments and received a warm reception from Pakistan officials
The Italian coast guard is still scouring the water for survivors, but nearly two days after the boat sank, many believe more dead bodies is all they’ll find. One survivor told Italian officials the 70-foot vessel was carrying more than 900 people -- which could make this Europe’s deadliest migrant sea disaster ever. Holly Williams reports from Catania, Italy.
Italian Coast Guard still scouring water for survivors after ship reportedly carrying more than 900 sinks, but many believe bodies is all they'll find
Al-Shabaab claims more bloodshed in east Africa; at least 6 killed by bomb apparently planted on UNICEF bus
A 6.8-magnitude quake was at a shallow point where it struck south of Okinawa, prompting tsunami warnings from officials