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North Korea has arrested what it claims is two spies who worked for South Korea's intelligence service, a North Korean official said Thursday on condition of anonymity.
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Cumberbatch to read poem at Richard III's reburial
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Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch will read a specially-written poem at the "funeral" of Richard III, the King found buried beneath a parking lot -- his own distant relative.
Germanwings plane dropped from 38,000 feet
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Thousands gathered to see the moment an unusually high tide surrounded the historic site of Mont Saint-Michel in northern France.
Giving a face to Sudan's refugee crisis
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As a well-traveled photographer, Pieter ten Hoopen is no stranger to refugee camps.
German students, teachers thought to be aboard
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Sixteen students and two teachers from Haltern, Germany, were aboard the Germanwings plane that crashed Tuesday in France, the airline's CEO Thomas Winkelman said.
Japan's 31 most beautiful places
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From the tallest waterfall to the largest sand dune, from the floral tunnel to the sacred shrines, the islands of Japan is a trove of photogenic wonders.
How the Maasai choose a chief
Wed, 03/25/2015 - 11:26am
For Kenya's Massai warriors, ritual is key. An adolescent rite of passage used to be pretty standard: Spend three months in the forest, learn how to herd cows, kill a predator.
26 arrests after mob beats, burns Afghan woman
Wed, 03/25/2015 - 11:03am
Grieving women carried her coffin high on their shoulders in scenes many said they had never witnessed before in the Afghan capital.
Girls who escaped Boko Haram risk their lives to go to school
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In a side room at the American University of Nigeria, four girls chat and giggle. One teenage girl in particular catches our attention. She looks familiar. Then we realize why.
Knox and Sollecito: Equal time?
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When Italy's highest court meets Wednesday to consider the latest verdict in the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher, most eyes will be on Amanda Knox, the 27-year-old Seattle native who stands convicted of killing her former roommate.
The beauty queen criticized for not being Japanese enough
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A biracial beauty queen in Japan is facing criticism for not being Japanese enough.
Cheers, tears for U.S. Army convoy in Europe
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A convoy of U.S. Army armored vehicles is drawing crowds, cheers and tears as it makes an 1,100-mile journey from the Baltics through Poland and the Czech Republic to Germany.
'Uber for motorbikes' takes off
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Hang Son Doong in Vietnam is the largest known cave in the world. Photographer Ryan Deboodt took a drone inside to capture this spectacular footage.
Do low-budget air carriers crash more often?
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CNN's Cristina Alesci reports on the rise of low-budget airlines and their track record on safety.
Bus falls in sinkhole, swept away by river
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Intense flooding in Brazil caused an evacuated tourist bus to collapse into a sinkhole and was washed away by rapid floodwater.
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