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Source: Early assessment finds TATP traces at Barcelona attack cell bomb factory

19.08.2017 - 00:08

Friday

Moment police shot Cambrils suspect
Witness Fitzroy Davis filmed the moment police shot a suspected Cambrils attacker several times, before he eventually "went down."
18.08.2017 - 17:07

Saturday

Many nationalities among victims of Barcelona attack
Two Italians were the first named victims of the terror attack in Barcelona.
19.08.2017 - 08:35

Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon is fired

19.08.2017 - 05:32

Bannon gets his old job back at Breitbart

19.08.2017 - 01:14

Thursday

High-profile exits: Who has left the Trump administration?

01.01.1970 - 01:00

Saturday

Suspect shot and arrested in Finland
Police in Finland have shot and arrested a suspect after several people were stabbed in the city of Turku.
19.08.2017 - 00:12

Charlottesville: A monumental week of debate over the US' identity
Violence in Virginia last weekend fanned running national debates about race and free speech, and could resonate politically and socially for weeks or even years to come.
19.08.2017 - 04:06

Friday

Mudslides death toll rises to 467
The death toll from this week's devastating mudslides in Sierra Leone has passed 400, with hundreds of people still missing, a government tourism minister told CNN.
18.08.2017 - 23:22

'#WAR': Breitbart set to take on Trump WH

18.08.2017 - 23:44

Schwarzenegger writes speech for Trump
In a video by ATTN:, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger calls out hate groups in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and has a message for President Trump.
18.08.2017 - 08:30

Becoming 'white supremacists by default'
Blame President Trump for his tepid moral response. Call the neo-Nazis and white nationalists thugs. Fill your Facebook and Twitter accounts with moral outrage.
18.08.2017 - 23:43

Saturday

New Confederate monuments go up
Since 2007, John Culpepper had been anticipating this moment: the unveiling of a statue to the common Confederate soldier in his hometown of Chickamauga, Georgia. In November of last year, three days before Donald Trump won the presidency, it became a reality.
19.08.2017 - 03:54

Friday

Next flashpoint: More statues face removal
More than 150 years after the Civil War ended, the Confederacy is memorialized with statues, monuments and historical markers across the United States.
18.08.2017 - 21:17

Saturday

'Pakistan's Mother Teresa' to receive state funeral
A German nun known as "Pakistan's Mother Teresa" is to be buried Saturday in a state funeral in the port city of Karachi -- a first for a Christian woman in the predominantly Muslim country.
19.08.2017 - 05:11

Friday

Indian video mocks Xi Jinping after Chinese state media posts 'racist' clip
It's a sight you'd expect to see in a colonial-era comedy act or a bad improvisation on the darkest corners of YouTube.
18.08.2017 - 12:00

Canada sees 'unprecedented' surge in asylum seekers
Canada is facing an "unprecedented" number of asylum seekers, who have crossed the border from the United States, officials said.
18.08.2017 - 12:01

Saturday

Pediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donors
When he was 11 years old, LJ Stroud of St. Augustine, Florida, had a tooth emerge in a place where no tooth belongs: the roof of his mouth.
19.08.2017 - 06:03

Friday

How animals react to a solar eclipse

18.08.2017 - 19:22

Is Taylor Swift about to drop a new album?
It seems Taylor Swift may be about to reveal something big and "Swifties" -- as her fans are affectionately called -- suspect it's a new album.
18.08.2017 - 22:24

Pussy Riot: Authoritarianism spreading like an 'STD'
Pussy Riot's Nadezhda "Nadya" Tolokonnikova, who was imprisoned for protesting Russian President Vladimir Putin, says "democracy is being eroded" by leaders like President Donald Trump.
18.08.2017 - 21:46

Thursday

Tired by war, some Syrians seek respite by the sea
Children splashing in the Mediterranean, young men and women in swimwear smoking hookah -- this could be any holiday hot spot, but it's Latakia, a seaside town in war-torn Syria.
17.08.2017 - 13:51

In Russia, this job can be a death sentence
Government control, reports of censorship and the harassment of some journalists -there are serious questions about the freedom of Russia's media. As CNN's Fred Pleitgen explains.
17.08.2017 - 02:14

Friday

Saving endangered turtles in a former war zone
In southern Lebanon, near the border with Israel, lies a distinctive orange house.
18.08.2017 - 10:31

Thursday

Daily Stormer: Now Russia blocks neo-Nazi website

17.08.2017 - 15:14

Europe's migrant crisis is changing
Much has changed since the height of the refugee crisis that gripped Europe in the summer of 2015. Since the shocking images of drowned Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi went viral, the crisis has largely been out of international headlines.
17.08.2017 - 17:15

Grace Mugabe asks for diplomatic immunity over alleged assault
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is seeking diplomatic immunity over allegations of assault in South Africa.
17.08.2017 - 01:05

Saturday

Festival at the top of the world
Rodebay.
19.08.2017 - 01:50

Thursday

Best things to do in New York's SoHo neighborhood
New York City's SoHo (shorthand for South of Houston Street) is synonymous with shopping thanks to its mix of major chains -- Uniqlo, H&M, Victoria's Secret -- and high-end brands such as Marc Jacobs and Prada. But as one of Manhattan's best-known neighborhoods, there's also world-class food, drink and art as long as you know where to look.
17.08.2017 - 16:19

Friday

Is US tour key to Real Madrid's success?
The first time Zinedine Zidane met Antonio Pintus, the Frenchman ended the day dry heaving at the side of the pitch.
18.08.2017 - 17:09

Is coconut oil healthy?
According to a recent survey, 72% of Americans think coconut oil is a healthy food.
18.08.2017 - 12:50

Becoming a jockey ... in 1 month
Coming from an equestrian background I have ridden all my life but never racehorses.
18.08.2017 - 11:20

Watching whales and icebergs -- and football?
It's not often you get to glimpse icebergs and whales while watching a game of soccer, but that's only one of the reasons why the Greenlandic football season is one of the sport's most unusual.
18.08.2017 - 18:25

Feeling the squeeze? Stop buying brands

18.08.2017 - 11:31

Inside the infamous Versace Mansion
Ocean Drive is one of the most iconic and most photographed stretches of Miami Beach.
18.08.2017 - 16:34

Thursday

Floyd Mayweather has big plans for his retirement

17.08.2017 - 18:20

The teenagers getting plastic bags banned
"Welcome to Bali! Do you have any plastic bags to declare?"
17.08.2017 - 04:38

The world's greatest natural wonders
Water, fire and ice have combined to make some of the most spectacular scenery in the world -- from giant crystal caves to mud volcanoes and rock formations that look like works of art.
17.08.2017 - 14:49

Why asthma is on the rise in older adults
In early June, Donna Bilgore Robins stood on a patio in Beaver Creek, Colo., under a crystal-clear blue sky and tried to catch her breath.
17.08.2017 - 19:19

Wednesday

Are probiotics safe?
Probiotic supplements may be a growing trend among health-conscious consumers, but the tiny bacteria that have been stuffed into capsules and stacked on pharmacy shelves coexisted with us before we were even aware of them.
16.08.2017 - 23:09

Thursday

Azarenka 'not willing' to leave son behind
Former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka might miss this month's US Open because of legal issues involving the father of her child, the two-time grand slam champion has said in a statement on Thursday.
17.08.2017 - 18:21

Tiny futuristic homes in France
Why aren't more of us choosing to holiday in plastic cabins?
17.08.2017 - 07:35

Friday

Why whiskey tastes better with a little water ...
If anyone has suggested adding a little water to your whiskey, you may want to give it a try. Rather than watering it down, the addition may act as a flavor enhancement, and we now know the science behind it, thanks to a new study.
18.08.2017 - 16:53

Thursday

... or at higher altitudes
Does whisky taste better at higher altitudes?
17.08.2017 - 02:47

Wednesday

Cameroon's Baka forest people face an uncertain future
Deep in the Dja Faunal Reserve in southeast Cameroon, Baka Pygmies endeavor to live as they have always done: off the forest and firmly within it.
16.08.2017 - 11:05

Thursday

'Pussyhat' and refugee flag shortlisted for design awards
An Olympic flag for refugees and a knitted hat worn in protest against Donald Trump have been named among the year's best designs.
17.08.2017 - 09:39

Hazard 'has capacity to win' Ballon d'Or
If Eden Hazard is to win the Ballon d'Or the Chelsea player probably needs to start scoring more goals, says his Belgian international teammate Radja Nainggolan.
17.08.2017 - 19:10

Wednesday

Daniel Craig confirms return as James Bond

16.08.2017 - 14:08

82 days, 1,850 km, 14,000 shots: The world's longest hole of golf
82 days, 1,850 kilometers across Mongolia -- they're calling it the longest hole of golf ever played.
16.08.2017 - 11:08

Friday

The Japanese fashion tribe keeping rock 'n' roll alive
Big hair, leather jackets and a touch of danger -- these were photographer Denny Renshaw's first impressions of Japan's "Roller-Zoku" gangs.
18.08.2017 - 07:01