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Greek authorities have begun an operation to gradually evacuate the country's largest informal refugee camp of Idomeni
U.S. and Vietnam reach agreement that will see the Peace Corps set up English-language training programs in the country's two largest cities
A man got an unexpected visitor while fishing off the coast of Corpus Christi. A three-foot long sharp-nose shark surprised the Texas man on his kayak. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more on what the man did during the close encounter.
Austria's presidential election ended in a narrow defeat for a far-right candidate Monday. Alexander Van der Bellen beat his opponent Norbert Hoffer.
French ship joined international effort to hunt for the black boxes and other wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804, searching for clues to what brought plane down
Pro-European Union candidate eked out a victory over a right-wing, anti-migrant rival to become Austria's next president
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The full episode of the CBS Evening news from May 23, 2016 edition
What was believed the most secure part of Syria was rocked Monday as ISIS detonated a series of bombs along the country's Mediterranean Coast. The area is home to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's family, as well as two Russian military bases.
A California Navy reservist who served in Baghdad has been reunited with a cat he befriended in Baghdad
Climbing Mount Everest is one of the greatest challenges known to man, but that doesn't stop scores of adrenaline seekers from trying to reach the top of the world.
Dutch climber, an Australian woman, and an Indian man, are among those suspected to have succumbed to altitude sickness
About 1,700 skeletons lay undiscovered for hundreds of years after a bloody battle in northern England
Insane drone footage shows about 70 tiger sharks on a feeding frenzy on a dead humpback whale in Australia.
Prosecutors say Slovakian model shot her ex-boyfriend twice in the head and once in the shoulder at his home in the southern beach resort of Estepona
A drone captured aerial shots of dozens of sharks going after a big feast
Mayu Tomita, 20, was stabbed about 20 times by a fan she had already reported for harassment near a concert site, police said
The president is on a week-long trip to Asia, which includes stops in Vietnam and Japan
Police tell British press calls were deemed hoaxes, but they were graphic and, it's not the first time this year
Prime Minister Abe speaks out after a defense contractor and alleged former Marine arrested over a woman's murder
Archaeological experts and local authorities are struggling to protect the legendary 17th century monument