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Palestinians throwing rocks at Israeli forces fled after undercover agents opened fire
Seth Doane takes a look at button manufacturing in Qiaotou, China, where over 60% of the world's buttons are made
Coral reefs make up the habitat of over 25% of all ocean creatures
So far, not many Syrian refugees fleeing civil war have settled in the United States
Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing Syria's 4-year-old civil war have sought a better life in Europe. Charlie D’Agata reports from Berlin how many have found their new start on life to be full of challenges.
Germany first welcomed migrants with open arms, but there is a growing backlash against the thousands seeking to settle there.
After waiting two years in Lebanon during extensive background check, family is now making a home in North Carolina
CBS News' Seth Doane visits a town in China that produces 60 percent of the world's buttons
As many as four of the 26 long-range cruise missiles that Russia said it fired at Syrian targets landed instead in Iran, officials say
Ignazio Marino says he's being made a scapegoat for rooting out mafia infiltration in city hall, vows to expose the truth
World about to find out when auction house in England puts cracker recovered from sinking Titanic up for sale to highest bidder
Official death toll stands at 22 after American military mistakenly targeted facility run by NGO, but that could double
"This is 20 times to 50 times what would be normally expected," researcher says
Russia continues to conduct airstrikes in Syria despite questions about who is being targeted
"Sisters Uncut" group tries to get their point across by storming red carpet at opening of "Suffragette," movie about battle for women's right to vote
President Obama delivered a rare, personal apology to the head of Doctors Without Borders
Svetlana Alexievich wins for works Nobel judges call "a monument to suffering and courage"
Russia is launching its cruise missiles as part of a coordinated attack in the air and on the ground with the Syrian regime
Sepp Blatter and UEFA Preisdent Michel Platini hit with provisional ban by soccer's governing body
Pyongyang to host thousands of guests from inside and outside the country as Workers' Party celebrates 70 years at helm of the Hermit Kingdom