Minister wants commemoration for Poles killed by Nazis in WW2
A Polish government minister has supported calls for a "Polocaust" museum to commemorate Poles killed by the Nazis during World War Two.
Polish embassy in Israel defaced
Poland's embassy in Tel Aviv was daubed with swastikas on Sunday, a day after Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki caused outrage by claiming Jews were among the perpetrators of the Holocaust.
Save the Children promises review after claims against former CEO
Save the Children has apologized for the past inappropriate behavior of its former chief executive towards female staff, promising a fresh review into the charity's "organizational culture."
Academic gets 32 years for pedophilia
A British university researcher has been sentenced to 32 years in prison for a litany of "warped and sadistic" crimes, including blackmail and sexual exploitation.
Russian athlete suspected of failing drugs test
A Russian athlete at the Winter Olympics is suspected of failing a drugs test, according to Russian news agency TASS.
'Tortured and held for ransom,' a child migrant's story
Souleiman says he was just 17 when he embarked on a treacherous journey through West Africa to Europe. Along the way, he says he was imprisoned, tortured and held for ransom.
Husband of murdered UK MP steps down from charities amid assault claims
Brendan Cox, the husband of murdered British MP Jo Cox, has stepped down from charities he set up in her name, amid allegations of sexual assault.
May: 'Ideology' must not impede Brexit security deal
UK Prime Minister Theresa May warned Saturday that "ideology" should not get in the way as she called for a new security treaty to be agreed between Britain and the European Union after Brexit.
Skier matches all-time medal record with gold
Marit Bjoergen led Norway to gold in 4x5-kilometer cross-country skiing relay, tying the all-time Winter Olympic record of 13 medals held by compatriot Ole Einar Bjoerndalen.
Prince dies, refused to be buried with queen
Prince Henrik of Denmark died Tuesday with his wife, Queen Margrethe, at his side. But he will not be buried in the plot next to hers, breaking a centuries-old royal tradition.
UK: Russia responsible for cyberattack
Actress quits as an Oxfam ambassador
Actress Minnie Driver is stepping down as one of Oxfam's global ambassadors following revelations of sexual abuse by aid workers in Haiti.
Whistleblower: Oxfam failed to act
A whistleblower has accused the scandal-hit Oxfam charity and its UK regulator of failing to act when told that senior staff paid for prostitutes during the relief operation that followed the devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Oxfam hit with pay-for-sex allegations in Haiti
The UK government says it is reviewing its current work with one of Britain's biggest aid agencies, Oxfam, amid allegations some of its senior employees paid for sex in Haiti in the wake of the devastating 2010 earthquake.
London airport shut after WWII bomb
London City Airport will remain closed through Monday after a World War II bomb was discovered by construction workers in the nearby Thames River a day earlier.
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Setting sail with the 'Airbnb of the seas'
Ever wanted to go on a sailing holiday but don't know your port from your starboard?
These roses last an entire year
Royal engagements through the years
Golfer and caddy wife savor $192K victory
Inside Sweden's new floating hotel
Thieves make off with millions worth of jewels
A shop inside Paris' Ritz Hotel was robbed of millions of euros worth of jewels by thieves reportedly armed with axes.
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.