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Opinion: Israel's election aftermath: The good, the bad and the ugly

April 5, 2021

The good, the bad and the ugly. Aaron David Miller writes that Israel's fourth election in a little over two years may look like a repeat of the last three on the surface, the results reveal a trend that may have long term consequences in Israeli politics.

Ethiopian Airlines plane mistakenly lands at airport under construction

April 5, 2021

An Ethiopian Airlines plane mistakenly landed at an unopened airport still under construction in Zambia, the carrier confirmed Monday.

Reports, footage of Tigray executions are 'deeply disturbing,' US senator says after CNN investigation

April 3, 2021

US Sen. Chris Coons calls "deeply disturbing" reports and footage of executions in Ethiopia's Tigray region.

Conflicting reports emerge in Nigeria over video of downed plane

April 3, 2021

Conflicting reports have emerged in Nigeria over a video of a downed plane, after the country's air force disputed claims from Boko Haram that its militants shot down a jet.

Pope greets children who run on stage after Easter Mass - CNN Video

April 2, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the Vatican's Easter celebration, but CNN's Delia Gallagher reports on a 'moment of beauty' at this year's Good Friday Mass.

These Kentucky artists are ridding the world of hate, one tattoo at a time

April 1, 2021

Tattoo artists Ryun King and Jeremiah Swift are fighting intolerance by covering up hate tattoos for free.

British contractor presumed dead in Mozambique terror attack, family says

April 1, 2021

A British contractor missing since Islamist militants first attacked the town of Palma in northern Mozambique just over a week ago is presumed to have died, his family said Thursday.

British police officer convicted of membership of neo-Nazi organization

April 1, 2021

A London jury has convicted a British police officer of being a member of a banned neo-Nazi group.

When Covid-19 came for their community, these Choctaw tribal members mobilized to feed and protect families

April 1, 2021

When news of the Covid-19 pandemic first broke, Brian Mask, a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, immediately saw the danger it posed to his tribe.

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