Watch Video About 80 of the more than 100 schoolgirls who were missing after a suspected Boko Haram attack have been rescued, according to Nigerian officials.
Watch Video The United Nations is once again calling for a ceasefire in Syria after government planes bombed a rebel-held area, destroying some hospitals and medical centers.
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Watch Video The nation is reacting to the death of Christian evangelist Billy Graham. He died Wednesday at age 99.
Watch Video Some big changes are happening in South Africa. The country just got a new leader after the ruling party pressured former President Jacob Zuma to resign.
Watch Video Officials in Cape Town, South Africa, once again pushed back the date when the city is expected to run out of water.
Watch Video A close ally to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to implicate him in yet another corruption case.
Watch Video The Palestinian Authority president says the U.S. can't go it alone anymore with the peace process between his people and the Israelis.
Watch Video Europe hit a record-low number of measles cases in 2016; the World Health Organization recorded just over 5,200 cases of the disease.
Watch Video Although the mortality rate for newborns worldwide has gradually improved, the numbers are still high, especially in the poorest countries.
Watch Video A suspected North Korean hacking group is now a multinational threat, according to a new report. Cybersecurity research firm FireEye reports a cyber espionage group dubbed "Reaper," which primarily focuses on targets in South Korea, has expanded its scope beyond the peninsula.
Watch Video Dozens of people are dead in Syria's Eastern Ghouta after pro-government forces intensified attacks on the area late Sunday.
Watch Video Israeli police arrested members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's inner circle over the weekend. In total, police say they arrested seven people on multiple charges including obstruction of justice and fraud. These arrests came a few days after police said they had enough evidence to indict Netanyahu and recommended corruption charges against him in two other cases. Of the seven people arrested Sunday, two are close confidants of Netanyahu — one is his former spokesman and the other is reportedly a close friend.
Watch Video Some good news is coming to the island of Puerto Rico: A federal judge approved a $300 million loan for its electric utility.
Watch Video British charity Oxfam has apologized to Haiti following allegations it covered up sexual misconduct by aid workers.
Watch Video The Russian government denied interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election Monday following the indictments of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities Friday.
Watch Video Developed countries around the world have dealt with mass shootings over the years. But when it comes to sheer frequency and public response to those incidents, the U.S.
Watch Video An active volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted Monday morning, sending a gigantic cloud of ash into the air.
Watch Video The Olympic curling bronze medalist from Russia who faces accusations of doping has left the Olympic Village. Media outlets report Aleksandr Krushelnitckii is in Seoul waiting for a second sample to be tested. Krushelnitckii reportedly tested positive for a heart medicine that has been banned at the Olympics since 2016 and could lose his medal. Russia's major doping scandal prevented its athletes from representing their country while competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Watch Video Five people died Sunday in a church shooting in the southern Russian republic of Dagestan.