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Acclaimed actor-director Richard Attenborough has died. CNN's Errol Barnett looks back at his long career.
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Surveillance video shows a boy being hit by an SUV in front of his home. The boy reportedly only suffered scratches.
Kurdish leaders in Iraq say U.S. airstrikes and Kurdish ground forces are driving ISIS back. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout is at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, for an in-depth look at the power of sport in China.
CNN's Andrew Stevens speaks to The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey about ISIS' strategy in Iraq.
CARE Pres. and CEO, Dr. Helene Gayle, discusses the dangerous economic fallout from West Africa's Ebola outbreak.
On Ukraine's independence day, separatists paraded prisoners through the streets of Donetsk. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.
Hamas militants claim to have executed at least 22 alleged spies. CNN's Ian Lee reports from Gaza City.
One Napa resident awakened by the earthquake likened the experience to "being on a roller coaster."
CNN's Alison Kosik speaks to a vineyard owner about the financial impact of the earthquake in Napa Valley.
Less than 24 hours after California's earthquake, another one shakes Peru. Are they connected? Chad Myers reports.
On the eve of Michael Brown's funeral, his father pleaded to the community for a day of peace and silence.
A strong earthquake rocks the Bay Area in California. CNN's Brian Stelter speaks to a resident there.
The Cal Fire PIO reports instances of "minor entrapment' after a strong earthquake rocks Northern California.
A strong earthquake struck Northern California. It was the strongest to hit the Bay Area since 1989.
Former CIA and NSA director Michael Hayden tells Jim Sciutto he believes ISIS is ready to strike the West.
An earthquake rattles Northern California, an unmanned rocket explodes over Texas, fear fuels the spread of ISIS, and a young lady makes baseball history.
American Peter Curtis was released after being held hostage by Islamist rebels in Syria. Nick Paton Walsh reports.
2013: Nick Paton Walsh spoke to journalist Matthew Schrier who was held hostage along with Peter Curtis in Syria.
Albert Ebosse, a striker for Algeria's JS Kabylie, died after being struck in the head by an object thrown from the crowd.
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