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06/27/2017 10:27 PM
Syria may be preparing chemical attack, White House says
The White House said that there are "potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack" by the Syrian regime and warned the country's president, Bashar al-Assad, of a "heavy price" if one is carried out.
06/27/2017 09:05 PM
CNN obtains undercover video from Raqqa
CNN has exclusively obtained undercover video from Raqqa, Syria, the city ISIS calls its capital. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh breaks down the extraordinary footage.
06/27/2017 08:01 PM
Refugees: We thought America valued diversity
They fled terror, tyranny and persecution in search of a better life for themselves and their families. They believed that the United States would offer them that life -- that the country formed by immigrants would welcome them with open arms.
06/27/2017 05:21 PM
US lists China as among worst human trafficking offenders
A new US State Department report lists China as among the worst offenders for human trafficking, joining countries including Russia, Syria and Iran on the lowest rung of the annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.
06/27/2017 03:46 PM
Snap vote: German lawmakers to vote on same-sex marriage
German lawmakers will decide Friday whether to legalize same-sex marriage, according to CNN affiliate NTV. The snap vote comes after Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday that she would like to see parliament move towards a "vote of conscience" on the issue.
06/27/2017 03:10 PM
Controversial Russian ambassador leaving US
The Russian Ambassador to the US at the center of a political firestorm over his encounters with associates of President Donald Trump is leaving his post and returning to Moscow.
06/27/2017 02:24 PM
EU slaps Google with record $2.7 billion fine
European antitrust regulators slapped Google with a record €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday for systematically favoring its own search results above those of its competitors.
06/27/2017 12:20 PM
Why Iran's brightest graduates are leaving their country
Sporting earbuds and sagging backpacks, students lounge on patches of grass, shaded by trees from the harsh sun. They sit in the library, hunched over laptops, massaging their temples, cramming for tests or bashing out lines of code.
06/27/2017 08:50 AM
Hundreds of thousands flee ISIS in Philippines
Following a shock attack by ISIS-aligned militants which captured the southern Philippines city of Marawi last month, hundreds of thousands of its weary citizens have fled the horror of life under the control of jihadists -- a horror compounded by a relentless campaign of bombing by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).
06/27/2017 02:21 AM
Remains of kidnapped Mexican journalist found
Human remains found in the western Mexican state of Michoacán have been identified as those of journalist Salvador Adame, who was missing for more than a month, a state prosecutor said Monday.
06/26/2017 09:49 PM
How to put a stop to North Korea's brazen impunity
The death of Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old student from Ohio imprisoned in North Korea since last year, should be a wake-up call to the international community. Warmbier, who was arrested in January 2016 after attempting to remove a political banner from his hotel, was subject to a show trial and sentenced to 15 years forced labor.
06/26/2017 07:51 PM
'Couple of hundred' ISIS fighters left in Mosul
Only a "couple of hundred" ISIS fighters remain in Mosul, as a US-led coalition continues to rid the terror group from Iraq's second-largest city, a coalition spokesman said Monday.
06/26/2017 07:50 PM
Drone footage shows Mosul's devastation
Only a "couple of hundred" ISIS fighters remain in Mosul, as a US-led coalition continues to rid the terror group from Iraq's second-largest city. But as CNN's Nick Paton Walsh explains, civilians remain trapped in the complex battlefield.
06/24/2017 06:23 PM
Destruction of Mosul mosque desecrates history
Muslims consider mosques to be the houses of God, the bayt Allah. They are places of worship, sanctuaries, and where Muslim communities come together. The first mosque, which was a modest structure built in 622 in Medina, was the house of the Prophet Mohammed.
06/23/2017 01:51 AM
Would Trump make a good royal?
Prince Harry's thinks that nobody should want the crown. But would Trump? Probably, writes Rob Crilly