Sentencing of Nizar Zakka, a Lebanese citizen with permanent U.S. residency, comes as Iranian officials head to New York
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The United Nations shut down all aid shipments to Syria after a convoy was hit by an airstrike. The Syrian Red Crescent says the overnight attack killed several people, including at least one aid worker. It follows a weekend airstrike by an American-led coalition that killed dozens of Syrian government troops. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Aleppo, Syria, where the violence has left a weeklong cease-fire in shambles.
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Assad's army declares brief truce over and immediately resumes hammering rebel-held Aleppo amid outrage over strike on aid convoy
Successfully carried out ground test of new engine for space launch vehicle is possible indication North Korea might conduct prohibited long-range rocket launch soon
Veracruz state prosecutors’ office said the two men were kidnapped in the northern Veracruz city of Poza Rica; bodies found dumped by a roadside
The cease-fire in Syria has ended, and air strikes have already begun hammering the city of Aleppo. Elizabeth Palmer reports tensions have been high since a U.S. air strike hit the Syrian army.
Rescuers found the frightened baby koala alone on the side of a road being chased by crows
Aid convoy was part of a routine dispatch from government-held Aleppo to rural rebel-held parts of the province
Reports of airstrikes on rebel-held districts as Syrian military declares week-long cease-fire is over
Belgium is the only country that allows terminally ill minors of any age assistance in dying
Muslim mayor has been unusually outspoken about U.S. politics, insisting rhetoric from GOP nominee will only help ISIS
Regional commander says at least 8 officers killed in apparent friendly-fire incident near front-line city
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been outspoken about the American presidential race. Kahn is one of eight children born to Pakistani immigrants. The former human rights lawyer was elected in May as the first Muslim to lead a major western capital. Khan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss protecting cities from terrorism and why he's taking aim at divisive talk about Muslims in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
After weeks of relative calm, spate of attacks by knife-wielding Palestinians puts Israel back on edge
After 7 days of less death but few real signs of progress toward peace, there's no indication expired truce will be renewed
On Saturday, a U.S. Coalition airstrike targeting ISIS mistakenly took out Syrian government troops. The act threatens a cease-fire brokered by the U.S. and Russia, who have been fighting on opposite sides of the war. Elizabeth Palmer has more.
Palestinian stabbed an Israeli army officer near a West Bank settlement on Sunday; four Palestinians shot dead in attacks recently
Rodrigo Duterte has encouraged a bloody vigilante war against drug users and sellers in order to meet his promise to end problem in six months