The French prosecutor in the aggravated pimping case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn told the judge the former IMF chief should be acquitted, after five of his six accusers dropped their charges against him. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobbe reports.
Turkey has long been mentioned as one of the host countries for the equipping and training of Syria's moderate opposition groups
Europe officials struggle with tracing the moment when someone transforms from a disgruntled criminal or a disaffected citizen into a terrorist
He left a $20M annual NBA contract behind 6 years ago to play basketball in Beijing, and both Marbury and his fans couldn't be happier
Change in suspected gunman's behavior set off enough "alarm bells" for jail authorities to alert Danish intelligence, source says
NBA player left his life in New York when personal problems overshadowed his career, but he tells CBS News' Seth Doane he was "reborn" in Beijing, where he's back on the court and basking in love.
As "pimping" case against former IMF chief unravels, prosecutor says "his notoriety shouldn't be in any way a presumption of guilt"
Ayatollah says he's never seen it -- and nobody in his country may be able to -- but he's convinced it will endanger Muslims
Officials delay execution of 6 drug convicts, including 5 foreigners, due to "technical problems"
Fight for key transport hub had marred cease-fire, but even if that battle is over the chance for lasting peace remains unclear
Mohammed Nisham slammed his Hummer into his security guard and hit him with an iron rod after pinning him against a wall
President el-Sissi says "there is no choice" but for a military coalition to prevent takeover of Libya by Islamic extremists
Denmark's counter-terror agency has reportedly said suspected gunman Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein was on their radar and that he may have been inspired by last month's attacks in Paris on satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo." On Monday night, some 30,000 people paid respects to the two victims in a candlelight vigil. Clarissa Ward reports from London.
At least 20 officers killed in latest assault on security forces as Taliban militants target station in Logar province
Power line falls on float during annual celebration in Port-au-Prince, but still unclear how revelers were killed
Cafe where gunman opened fire over the weekend briefly evacuated again as police inspect suspect envelope
2 days after peace plan came into effect, fighting over key town remains relentless and both sides refuse to even consider the next step
A recent study has found that HIV-infected people in Cuba developed AIDS within three years, much faster than the most common strains of the virus
Pyongyang says the United States ignored its offer to come to a conference in Washington to defend itself after being accused of human rights abuses
Residents of Japan's northeastern coast were warned to stay away from the shore