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UN agency chiefs urge access for aid to civilians…

UN agency chiefs call for access to children, families cut off from aid in Syria, say world must not be 'silent'

Police: 5 killed in shooting at nightclub at Mexican resort

A Mexican police officer says a gunman has killed at least five people and wounded nine others at a nightclub in the Caribbean coast resort of Playa del Carmen

Fierce clashes between Iraqi forces and ISIS in…

Conor Powell reports from Jerusalem

Lawmaker Doesn't Want Food-Stamp Families Buying…

If state Representative Sheila Butt gets her way, a newly proposed bill would ban families using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program from buying unhealthy groceries like ice cream. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

France Hosts Israel-Palestine Peace Talks Without…

Both Israel and Palestine are absent from Paris peace talks aimed at a "two-state solution" to settle decades of conflict.

German vice chancellor rejects Trump's German car remarks

Germany's vice chancellor, responding to an interview with President-elect Donald Trump in daily Bild, has rejected threats by Trump to put tariffs of up to 35 percent on German automakers if they set up plants in Mexico instead of the U.S.

Knights of Malta seek to discredit pope's probe of ouster

The head of the embattled Knights of Malta is seeking to discredit a Vatican investigation into the removal of a top official over a condom scandal, insisting that he followed the rules in the dismissal

Deadly shooting rampage at popular Mexico resort…

Jonathan Hunt reports from Los Angeles

600-year-old Buddha statue emerges from lake

An ancient Buddha statue has been discovered under the water of a reservoir in China's Jiangxi Province - and there may be more archaeological discoveries.

Returned 100-Year-Old Overdue Library Book Has…

It might have take 100 years, but this library book was finally returned. Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) has the story.

The Eiffel Tower Might Be Getting A Makeover

Paris officials have proposed more than $300 million in renovations.

Belfast power-sharing faces Monday deadline for destruction

The Northern Ireland Assembly faces likely dissolution for an election that could make revival of a Catholic-Protestant government more difficult

UN report says numerous abuses have occurred in South Sudan

UN report says numerous abuses have been committed in South Sudan, but government has not investigated

Players, spectators run for their lives as roof…

Raw video: Sports center's roof bows under the weight of 15 inches of snow during floorball match in Czech Republic

What we know about Mexico club shooting

Gunfire erupted early Monday at a club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, leaving behind a deadly scene. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.

Winter In Greece Means Snow, Rain And Freezing…

Refugees and migrants at a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos are suffering from wintry conditions and poor shelter.

The Latest: Davos organizers urge shift in…

The World Economic Forum, which organizes the annual gathering of the global political and business elites in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, says the focus on economic growth, which has guided policymaking for decades, is no longer fit for purpose

Bahrain city hall set ablaze, gunfire heard after executions

Bahrain says a city hall was set ablaze during a night of clashes between police and protesters following the execution of three men convicted of a deadly bombing targeting police

Cargo plane crashes into village in Kyrgyzstan

At least 37 people dead

Explosion targeting policemen reported in Turkey's southeast

Turkish media says police have been targeted in an explosion in a pre-dominantly Kurdish city in southeast Turkey, in an attack that appears to have killed at least one policeman

Top UN official: 10,000 civilians killed in Yemen conflict

The United Nations' humanitarian aid official in Yemen says the civilian death toll in the nearly two-year conflict has reached 10,000, with 40,000 others wounded

Deadly nightclub shooting in Playa del Carmen…

Multiple people killed at beach resort music festival

Ethics watchdog investigating Canadian PM's…

Canada's ethics commissioner is launching an investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's recent family holiday at the Aga Khan's private island in the Bahamas

UK to close Halley Research Station in Antarctica for winter

British scientists have decided to close the Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica for the winter amid concerns about safety

China says 'One China' policy is non-negotiable

'End of the Asian Century' author Michael Auslin reacts on 'America's News HQ'

Why Uganda's sugar prices are rising

Over the holiday season, sugar prices in Uganda surged because of a high demand and drop in production. Marketplace Africa takes a look at why.