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3 Palestinians, 3 Israelis killed in violence…

Palestinian kills 3 Israelis after day of street clashes with Israeli troops over key shrine that killed 3 Palestinians

Hawaii prepares for 'unlikely' North Korea…

Hawaii is the first state to prepare the public for the possibility of a ballistic missile threat from North Korea

Deadly 6.7 earthquake rattles Greece and Turkey

At least 2 killed, nearly 500 injured; Benjamin Hall reports from London

Boy rescued from ISIS: Canada please help me

A 12-year old Yazidi boy rescued by the Iraqi army having been captured by ISIS in 2014 wants to be reunited with his family in Canada.

This American Car Company Is Trying To Get Rid of…

Ford Motor Company has hired a team of experts to help them eliminate the iconic "new car smell" for cars being sold in China. TC Newman has the story.

How Donated Bikes Are Putting Education And…

World Bicycle Relief gets bikes to those who need them, which it says can increase access to health care, education and more.

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Mexico City sees drug-war-style violence come to…

In a raging gun battle with burnt-out vehicles and road blockades, drug war-style mayhem comes to the Mexican capital

The Latest: Neighbors ask Venezuela to put off…

The Mercosur trade bloc is asking Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to suspend his plan to rewrite the troubled nation's constitution

Clashes break out in Jerusalem over holy site

Palestinians call for a 'day of rage'

CNN Heroes: Making sense of cancer

After attending the first retreat offered by CNN Hero Jeanine Patten-Coble's nonprofit, one breast cancer survivor's profound experience didn't end there.

Coffee With Viagra-like Ingredient Is Being…

It’s a real pick me up - but a coffee with a viagra-like ingredient is now being recalled. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) has the full story.

Terror Attacks Worldwide Are Down For Second…

A new report on terrorism from the U.S. State Department says that for the second straight year, terror attacks and deaths are down.

Qatar's ruler voices willingness to talk to solve…

Qatar's ruler says nation remains open to dialogue with Arab countries isolating it, but solution cannot be dictated

US bans travel for Americans to NKorea after…

American citizens will be barred from traveling to North Korea next month following a prohibition on using U.S. passports to enter the country

US making right call by banning travel to North…

Marie Harf and Andrew Peek weigh in on move by State Department

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Linkin Park front man dies

CNNi talks to L.A. Times reporter August Brown about the death of Linkin Park lead singer, Chester Bennington.

Limited-Edition Birkenstocks Are on Sale for…

Birkenstock is selling $799 sandals because it can. They're almost sold out too. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) shows us.

Rohingya Refugees Flee Myanmar For Bangladesh But…

Those on the ground in Bangladesh's Rohingya refugee camps cite violence and other concerns.

Poland's senators to vote on contentious court…

Poland's Senate poised to back legislation Friday that would give politicians substantial influence over the country's supreme court, a move that critics say would defy the principles of the European Union

Nigeria: Bombed refugee center wasn't marked properly

Nigeria's military says the air force mistakenly launched an airstrike on a refugee camp in January because the camp was not appropriately marked as a humanitarian base in the operational maps

Teens from Burundi in US for robotics competition…

Fears they may no longer be in the country, two were spotted crossing Canadian border

Brexit teddy bears

As Brexit approaches, Britain's business community is becoming nervous. The country's last remaining teddy bear maker is bucking the trend. CNN's Nina dos Santos explains.

Why Use The Alphabet When Apple Has Given Us New…

Apple has unveiled new emojis that include yogis, breastfeeding moms, and zombies.

World's Authorities Shut Down Internet's Largest…

AlphaBay was billed as an anonymous way for buyers and sellers to interact. It used the Tor network designed to encrypt user information.

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UK girl left in tears after she's fined for…

A British man and his young daughter have gained international attention after being fined for selling lemonade outside

UN, aid group: Cholera in Yemen to worsen in rainy season

UN health agency, aid organization warn Yemen's cholera epidemic likely to worsen in the rainy season.

Report: US to ban all travel to North Korea

Details come from two travel agencies known for arranging travel to the coutnry