Police say militants in 4 off-road vehicles drove up and opened fire on worshipers during Friday prayers
A new report by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the nonprofit group Fortify Rights says there is "mounting evidence" of a genocide against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim population. Andrea Gittleman of the Center for the Prevention of Genocide joins CBSN to discuss the crisis.
U.N. leaders have called the violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state a clear example of ethnic cleansing. More than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled into Bangladesh. BBC News South Asia correspondent Justin Rowlatt joins CBSN from the Myanmar-Bangladesh border with more on the crisis.
Robert Mugabe has resigned as president of Zimbabwe after decades in power. The announcement was met with cheers as the announcement was made out of Parliament. CBSN's Anne Marie Green reports.
Doctors in South Korea say a wounded North Korean soldier whose dramatic defection was caught on video is now conscious. The United Nations released new video from security cameras that show the daring escape. Ben Tracy reports.
The BBC reports 250 ISIS fighters were permitted to leave Raqqa with 3,500 family members to ISIS-controlled territory. The U.S. and British-led coalition reportedly knew about the deal brokered by Syrian Democratic Forces and monitored the exodus. Quentin Sommerville of our partners at BBC reports.
An American military spokesman in Syria says coalition troops are trying to help civilians get out of the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa. Militias backed by the U.S. are close to driving ISIS out of the city it claims as its capital. One young civilian claims she was forced to go there from the U.S. Holly Williams reports.
Huge rallies were held in Spain against Catalonia's push to declare independence. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane joined CBSN from Barcelona with what's next for the country.
Our series Pushing the Limits explores how surfers from around the world head to northern Norway for a perfect wave and a spiritual experience. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
On the twentieth anniversary of the British royal's tragic death, a new book illustrates the remarkable life of the princess whose marriage, motherhood, divorce and social activism captivated the world.
An international agency said it detected an underwater sound that's consistent with an explosion near the sub's last-known position
City gives formal city property status to a statue commemorating women who worked in military-backed brothels for Japanese troops during World War II
Militants attack crowded mosque during Friday prayers in the Sinai Peninsula, settling off explosives and spraying worshippers with gunfire
Japanese media say investigators believe men were fishing and wish to return home, but they could still be in trouble
Emmerson Mnangagwa -- the "Crocodile" -- was a key Mugabe confidant for decades, until he was sacked earlier this month as vice president
Republican State Rep. Craig Tieszen was at daughter's wedding on South Pacific island chain when "tragedy at sea" struck
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal rules previous 6-year sentence too lenient for murder of Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
Robert Mugabe, 93, and his wife have not been seen in public since Saturday, and their whereabouts are unknown
The C-2A Greyhound crashed on Nov. 22 into the ocean southeast of Okinawa, Japan and eight sailors were rescued about 40 minutes after the crash
Damage being done to the planet by oil and other fossil fuels is putting coffee in trouble
U.S. and specialist agencies say the "hydro-acoustic anomaly" was produced just hours after the sub with 44 aboard vanished
North Korea has not said anything about the soldier's brazen escape but one former resident says the defection could have been a setup by regime
Navy plane crashed during "premier training event" between U.S. and Japanese navies as a show of force toward N. Korea
U.S. Navy detection of "hydro-acoustic anomaly" sees planes, ships return to patch of Atlantic already searched for Argentine vessel
According to initial reports, the plane suffered a rare twin-engine failure 575 miles south of Okinawa, near the end of a routine run out to the carrier Ronald Reagan
Airport in the capital of Sanaa would reopen to U.N. aircraft and the sea port of Hodeida would be able to receive urgent humanitarian aid
"I appeal to all genuine people of Zimbabwe to come together," Emmerson Mnangagwa said
Mayumi Saito was arrested on charges of abandoning bodies, a day after she turned herself in at the police station