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Obama on why the U.S. won't "destroy North Korea"

In wide-ranging conversation with Charlie Rose, president also addresses China's military installations on man-made islands in disputed waters

Parents of missing Mexican students slam government investigation

Family of the missing students accuse Mexico's government of lying to them, planting evidence and not adequately investigating the case

More U.S. troops heading to Syria for supportive role

Plans are in the works to put 250 more U.S. troops on the ground in Syria

Broadway play "Eclipsed" features all-female cast

A history-making Broadway show is the first to feature an all-female cast, plus a female writer and director

Obama: Putin not "entirely persuaded" on idea of European unity

President Obama spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose about the migrant crisis and his concerns about European unity

President Obama on U.S. troops in Syria, European unity

"CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose is in Germany with President Obama

Will U.S. troops in Syria make impact vs. ISIS?

President Obama has announced that he will send an additional 250 U.S. troops to Syria to aid in the fight against ISIS

Trudeau confirms Canadian man decapitated by Philippine extremists

"Heinous act," says Canadian PM, after two men on a motorcyle leave decapitated head in a plastic bag along a street

Gay USAID employee, friend stabbed to death

Assailants fatally stab two men, including gay rights activist who also worked for USAID, Bangladesh police say

Obama on why he's increasing Special Ops in Syria

The president spoke with CBS News' Charlie Rose in Hannover, Germany

President Obama explains why he's sending more troops into Syria

Charlie Rose interviewed President Obama in Germany about the Obama administration's new counter-terror strategy

Young amputee survivors of Nepal quake forge friendship

Two eight-year-old girls help each other recover after suffering devastating losses

Pakistani grandfather's joy turns into fatal family tragedy

Man in Punjab province handed out sweets to mark the birth, but the gifts have killed about two dozen people

The Nepal quake: Then and now

One year after a devastating earthquake killed nearly 9,000 people in the mountain kingdom, little has changed

How much has Nepal rebuilt in year since quake?

Government gives update on reconstruction projects for heritage sites and homes amid criticism over delays

Bathrobe worn by Prince George sells out

The bathrobe worn by the young royal last week while meeting President Obama and the first lady reportedly sold out minuted after photos went public

Major U.S.-backed push against al Qaeda in Yemen

After year of war in impoverished nation leaves 9,000 dead and allows terror groups to flourish, an offensive begins in earnest

Obama sending additional 250 troops to Syria to fight ISIS

he White House insists these U.S. forces will not be in combat, but admits they will be in harm's way

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