International Organization for Migration says at least 8,940 people displaced since operation to retake Mosul began
Battle to retake Iraq's second-largest city from ISIS militants is underway, as thousands of Iraqi and Kurdish fighters are advancing on villages outside Mosul. American warplanes and Special Operations commandos are providing support, but the fight could take months. Holly Williams reports from the front line.
Airstrikes continue to pound the city of Aleppo. Talks on a ceasefire and access to humanitarian aid achieved little. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Aleppo, where she learned about some of the crude weaponry that is causing so much devastation.
The U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division is preparing an airbase in northern Iraq that will be the tip of the spear for the coming battle to retake Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, from ISIS. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams asks Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky about Americans' role in the fight.
Hurricane Matthew has left hundreds dead in Haiti and a cholera outbreak spreading in fetid floodwater. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers talks to survivors in Port-au-Prince.
Worldwide condemnation and concern follow Pyongyang's claims to have tested most powerful nuclear weapon yet. President Obama has promised "serious consequences." Adriana Diaz reports.
About 1,800 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday, pushing the total this week above 10,000. Over four million Syrian refugees are still living precariously in the Middle East. Holly Williams has more.
Muslim mayor has been unusually outspoken about U.S. politics, insisting rhetoric from GOP nominee will only help ISIS
More than 43 years after the Vietnam War ended, hundreds of thousands of cluster bombs dropped by U.S. planes are still maiming and killing people
“We don't want to stay in France. We want to go to England and England only. It doesn't matter if I go to jail here," migrant says
“It's the nuclear threats made by the U.S. that caused all of this. The question is whether the new president is willing to abandon hostile policies,” says North Korean official
Closure of Congo River Rapids ride is likely temporary; 4 died when similar ride in Australian amusement park malfunctioned
Country hosts five U.S. military camps as part of security deal to counterbalance China’s growing assertiveness in region
The alleged brutal gang rape of the woman by up to 10 men on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro has infuriated Brazilians
At camps outside the city, adult men are separated from other refugees and interrogated
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State Department said the two sides discussed regional terrorist threats, aviation security, information sharing, border security, safeguarding human rights, and countering violent extremism
The Obama administration has not set up a no-fly zone, but Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has called for it in parts of Syria
Syrian rebels in key besieged city say that while the airstrikes on civilian areas have decreased, the shelling has not let up
The gruff Philippines President Duterte is well known for his informality, which concerns the Japanese hosts of his next official visit
Despite years of effort to loosen their grip, armed groups still menace miners in eastern Congo who provide raw materials for electronics
New instructions ahead of All Souls Day calls cremation a "brutal destruction" of the body, but gives guidelines if Catholics insist on it
Police say teen’s attempt to frighten group while holding a hammer backfired; Austrian teen beaten by bat-wielding person in clown mask in separate incident
But so have at least two other Islamic extremist groups in Pakistan after assault that left dozens dead