The fight for control of Donetsk airport, now largely in ruins, has been ferocious in the last few days, leaving only uncertainty
A special prosecutor in Argentina was found shot to death in his home. Alberto Nisman had been investigating a 1994 bombing that killed 85 people, Argentina's worst terror attack. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan joins "CBSN" with the details.
After one of its rallies was shut down due to a "concrete" terror threat to an organizer, PEGIDA vows to not be silenced
Alberto Nisman had recently accused President Cristina Fernandez of shielding Iranian suspects over the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center
Miss Lebanon claims she was photobombed during Miss Universe contest by Miss Israel, and had tried to avoid her
There's a whole lot of drama at the Miss Universe pageant, all because of a selfie. As CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller report, Miss Lebanon has come under fire for smiling and standing next to Miss Israel.
Shin Dong-Hyuk gained worldwide attention and helped put a human face on the alleged horrific abuses in North Korea's prison camps
School children protesting the closure of their school playground were dispersed by Nairobi police using tear gas
Children had attempted to remove a wall around their school's playground after a powerful politician allegedly took it over
Belgian officials have confirmed to CBS News that the suspect they want to extradite from Greece may be one of the ringleaders of the alleged plot here. Troops and police are stepping up security in Belgium after an alleged terror attack was foiled last week. Charlie D'Agata reports from Brussels.
Shin Dong-Hyuk admits that times and places of many events in his story are not true. The best-selling book "Escape From Camp 14" tells the story of Shin's torture and eventual escape. Vinita Nair reports.
On-edge European nations flex their military muscle as new leads in the alleged plot to attack police prompt an extradition request
Fragile government in nation where al Qaeda's most dangerous branch is based says Shiite rebels have seized state media
A look inside the neglected, nearly lawless Paris project where the man who killed 4 hostages at a Kosher shop grew up
As man as 50 people were abducted in the northern region of the country in the latest offensive from the terrorist group
Ali al-Marri had been held by authorities until pleading guilty and serving more than eight years in prison
After the disease came back after the nation had nearly eradicated it, no new cases have been recorded in over a month and a half
Nine still held in custody as part of Charlie Hebdo attack investigation; Belgium officials ask Greece to extradite suspect in plot
President Poroshenko again puts the prospect of a successful truce further afield as fighting rages around the destroyed Donetsk airport
Officials say it's the first known extremist cell from growing terrorist group operating inside the country