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Two nations say they'd resolved a number of issues, but are unable to forge comprehensive agreement on stepping up cooperation to end brutal war
Aftershocks are hindering the search for earthquake survivors in Italy. Nearly three days after the quake, a key road is still blocked and many survivors have been forced into makeshift camps. As Seth Doane reports, there are concerns the hardest hit towns may never recover.
Italy has pledged $50M to help the region, but there are doubts the hardest hit towns will be able to fully recover
Human rights groups are praising France's high court for suspending the controversial ban on burkinis in a coastal town. CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports on the uproar that led to this change.
Vogue Brazil is caught up in a wave of controversy after editing models to look like Paralympic athletes.
The director of a Russian zoo gave an abandoned squirrel monkey a new home with her 16-year-old cat. And while the cat never had babies of her own, she quickly let the little monkey cling to her back just as he would with his real mom.
For her unsportsmanlike comments, U.S. Soccer has suspended Hope Solo for six months; the same amount of time Michael Phelps was suspended for his 2014 DUI. Do you think it was fair?
Virgin Group boss flies head first off bicycle in British Virgin Islands
Czech woman says couple made several mistakes when they set out to hike scenic track in New Zealand winter
Ruling comes amid shock, anger worldwide after some Muslim women were ordered to remove body-concealing garments on French Riviera beaches
A new, powerful aftershock rocked central Italy on Friday. The death toll from Wednesday's devastating earthquake stands at 267. More than 200 people have been pulled alive from collapsed buildings, but hope of finding more survivors is fading. Seth Doane reports from outside Pescara del Tronto, one of the villages destroyed by the quake.
Attack on police checkpoint near border shared by Turkey, Syria and Iraq blamed on Kurdish militants
Officials in Bolivia say striking miners have kidnapped and killed the country’s deputy government minister, who had traveled to the area to mediate in the conflict over mining laws
One person is reported to have been killed and at least two injured in Belgium in an accidental explosion at a sports center near the French border
Officers arrived at a home in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough and found two people without vital signs, a third was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead
Sister Marjana Lleshi became the face of Italy's earthquake after a photo showed blood staining her veil, as she texted her family and friends in her native Albania that she was alive
A French court is expected to rule Friday on a controversial ban affecting Muslim women. More than 20 French cities have banned the "burkini," a full-body bathing suit worn by some Muslim women. Debora Patta reports from Nice.
The search continues for survivors in three small Italian villages that were flattened by Wednesday's earthquake. The rescue effort has been slowed by aftershocks. Seth Doane has more.
French officials that have banned the burkini say it oppresses women, but some women in the resort town of Nice say they just feel targeted and afraid
Police statement says Ryan Lochte will be informed in the United States so he can decide whether to introduce a defense in Brazil