Turkey blocks Wikipedia, sacks 4,000 officials
Turkey has blocked access to Wikipedia over linking the nation to terror activity, the government said Saturday, according to state-run Anadolu Agency.
Media freedom under threat, report says
Media freedom has never been so under threat, with even "model" democracies losing their way in a "new era of post-truth," Reporters Without Borders says.
Brexit: EU leaders take tough stance
EU leaders are meeting Saturday in Brussels, Belgium, to finalize their negotiating principles for Britain's exit from the European Union, amid signs they plan to take a tough stance over its financial commitments to the bloc.
Pope preaches tolerance in Egypt violence
Pope Francis sent a message of tolerance and co-existence as he celebrated Mass at a stadium in Egypt on Saturday.
Macron vows to avoid 'Hillary Clinton mistake'
The man who's hoping to become France's next president says he's not assuming he has the win in the bag.
Woman shot in counterterror operation
A woman was shot by police Thursday evening "during an ongoing counterterrorism investigation," according to London's Metropolitan Police.
Theresa May warns of chaotic Brexit
UK Prime Minister Theresa May warned that the opposition Labour Party would doom Britain to a "chaotic Brexit" as she clashed with its leader, Jeremy Corbyn, in a testy final Prime Minister's Questions before a snap general election is held on June 8.
Angry nationalists storm parliament
Violence broke out in Macedonia's Parliament on Thursday after an ethnic Albanian MP was elected speaker, sparking outrage from nationalists.
Russian ship sinks after collision
A research ship from the Russian navy's Black Sea Fleet has sunk after colliding with another vessel off the coast of Turkey, Russian state media said Thursday.
Merkel warns against 'illusions' over Brexit
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Britain not to hold any "illusions" about what Brexit means for its future, adding that it "cannot and will not have the same rights as a member of the EU."
The Pope's perilous mission to Egypt
American 'convert' detained by Turkey
An American and his family who were living in territory held by ISIS in Syria have been detained in Turkey, a senior Turkish official told CNN.
Boris Johnson calls party leader 'mugwump'
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson stepped into the UK election fray Thursday with an editorial describing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as a "mutton-headed old mugwump."
Will sludge-color packaging deter smokers?
Can the sight of a greenish-brown color really be enough to deter smokers from reaching for their next pack of cigarettes?
Sharapova wins on return from doping ban
Her serve was on. She ripped returns for winners, celebrating with a clenched pumped fist.
New exhibition goes inside Assad's Syria
How much would fictional houses cost in real life?
Tennis school days: The making of Andy Murray
If the pinnacle of Andy Murray's career so far took place on the pristine green courts of Wimbledon, the world No. 1 owes much of his success to the rugged, red clay of Barcelona.
Sevens coach Ben Ryan immortalized on currency
Photographer captures Italy's hidden courtyards
UK beauty spot spawns cycling revolution
World's 10 most scenic airport approaches
Gene Simmons on Prince: He 'did it all'
KISS bassist Gene Simmons speaks to CNN's Pamela Brown about his immense respect for Prince.
Mysterious fireball lights up night sky
A bright glowing object, believed to be a meteor, flashed through the atmosphere above northeast Scotland, lighting the night sky and startling residents.
The crystal Bible to last a billion years
Researchers in the U.K. have developed digital data discs that can survive possibly longer than the human race.
Cricket spaghetti sold in France
This business in northeastern France is making pasta out of creepy crawlies.
What is the European Union?
CNN's Max Foster explains the origins and founding philosophy of the European Union.
500-year-old shipwreck emerges from river
A 15th century merchant ship has been raised from a riverbed in the Netherlands.
Jews leave France in record numbers
New data from Israel shows that a record number of French Jews have left France in the twelve months since the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
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