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Mugabe refuses to step down as thousands march in Harare
How Mugabe destroyed Zimbabwe's economy
Mugabe's Fast Track Land Reform crippled Zimbabwe's economy, which was once considered the breadbasket of Africa.
Hong Kong football fans take a stand as Chinese anthem law looms
Dressed in red and armed with flags, fans of Hong Kong's national football team politely applauded the Lebanese anthem while they waited to seize their moment.
Argentine navy says it's lost contact with submarine
The Argentine navy has lost contact with one of its submarines that was traveling off the country's Atlantic coast, the military service said Friday.
Kushner denies any campaign WikiLeaks contact
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner told congressional Russia investigators that he did not communicate with WikiLeaks and did not recall anyone on the Trump campaign who had, a source with knowledge of his testimony told CNN.
Rape used as weapon of war against Rohingya
The slash marks on Rashida Begum's neck have turned into dark, red scars.
5 killed as Kenyan police, Odinga supporters clash in Nairobi
At least five people are dead after demonstrations in Nairobi for Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga erupted into clashes with police on Friday.
How Saad Hariri's resignation could backfire on Saudi
All around the Lebanese capital of Beirut, posters of Prime Minister Saad Hariri have gone up proclaiming "Kulna ma'ak" -- "We are all with you." They don't seem to be an endorsement of Hariri as a politician; rather, they appear to be an expression of solidarity with man whom the Lebanese believe is in "captivity" in Saudi Arabia. It's a rare moment in Lebanon when country comes before sect.
Atletico Madrid fans long for 'home' ahead of Madrid Derby
"People were simply happier there. It was our home," Antonio Álvarez, a lifelong Atletico Madrid fan, says ruefully.
From prominent protester to popular politician
In just over the past year, Braxton Winston has gone from a prominent protester to a popular politician.
Moore accuser: 'It was full-on assault'
Tina Johnson, who accused Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of groping her when she was a teenager, talks to CNN's Erin Burnett about her experience.
People for sale: Where lives are auctioned for $400
"Eight hundred," says the auctioneer. "900 ... 1,000 ... 1,100 ..." Sold. For 1,200 Libyan dinars -- the equivalent of $800.
Russia blocks Syria chemical weapons probe
Russia vetoed Friday night a last-gasp UN resolution to extend the mandate of the international inspections of chemical weapons use in Syria.
White House blasts Russia for vetoing UN investigation into Syria chemical weapons
The White House blasted Russia in a statement Friday for vetoing a UN Security Council resolution on an independent group investigating the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
How 'The Simpsons' pushed stereotypes
Comedian Hari Kondabolu is taking on Apu, the Indian convenience store owner on "The Simpsons." He explains how the character has reinforced negative stereotypes about Indians for decades.
National Republicans can't get rid of Moore
National Republicans are increasingly resigned to what they see as a grim reality in Alabama: They're stuck with Roy Moore.
Fastest-accelerating car revealed -- and it's electric
Laid to rest: 26 women and girls who 'died looking for a better life'
The Brexit psychodrama is going exactly as expected
So far, the Brexit negotiations between Britain and the EU have been entirely predictable.
Lewis Hamilton: How I made history
Even by his high standards, 2017 has been a remarkable year for Lewis Hamilton.
J-Lo gets emotional over Puerto Rico
Superstar Jennifer Lopez talks about rebuilding the island after the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria and finding love with A-Rod.
Trump frustrates US allies as they lobby hard on Iran deal
US allies campaigning hard in the halls of Congress to preserve the Iran nuclear deal are finding the process frustrating and confounding.
New Star Wars video game under attack
Jesse Jackson has Parkinson's disease
Civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson said Friday that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. A neurological disorder with no cure, Parkinson's can cause tremors, stiffness and difficulty balancing, walking and coordinating movement.
Serena Williams ties the knot
Serena Williams' eventful year continues.
See how Earth has changed over 20 years
NASA has released a time-lapse video representing life on Earth over the past 20 years. It was created using data compiled from satellites.
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Top golfer hospitalized with chest pains
Former world No. 1 golfer Luke Donald has been hospitalized following a bout of chest pains and will not return to the course until 2018.
Woman survives jail in Iran by writing poetry
The sun had already set when the woman with long gray hair descended the steps to the same prison gate she had passed through all those years ago.
Details emerge on rapper Lil Peep's death
Rapper Lil Peep, an emerging voice on the hip hop scene and a YouTube star, has died at the age of 21, police and a business associate confirmed to CNN Thursday.
Rapper's death ignites conversation about opioid epidemic
News of Lil Peep's death shocked fans and ignited a new conversation about mental health and the opioid epidemic in America, which President Donald Trump declared a national public health emergency last month.
Fact Check: Trump's bizarre plane story
CNN's Jake Tapper, in partnership with FactCheck.org, on President Trump's claim that former President Obama "never got to land" in the Philippines. More at FactCheck.org
Saudi Arabia's hip-hop pioneer
Qusai Kheder wants to create a musical revolution in Saudi Arabia.
Soccer team in plane crash tragedy celebrate staying in first division
Less than a year after most of their players and staff were killed in a plane crash, Brazilian football club Chapecoense has secured its place in the country's first division.
Airline brings back historic planes
While flying is still considered a quintessentially modern way to travel, many airlines have now clocked up decades of history.
Nigerian women's bobsled team make Olympic history
Where to eat in Chicago right now
New York and Los Angeles might occasionally vie for the title, but many experts agree: Chicago is the best restaurant city in America right now.
Wild hotel designs in the 'Hawaii of China'
It's the island paradise in southern China referred to by people across the country as "the Hawaii of China."
Codename Zuma: All about SpaceX's super secret launch
Why Japan backs earprint as secure way to unlock phone
Located in the industrial city of Chiba, just outside of Tokyo, CEATEC is the biggest electronics show in Japan.
Study proves dogs could save your life
Dog owners may be at a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease and death, according to a new study released by Scientific Reports, a Swedish Publication.
Three questions, from Tolstoy, for mindful parenting
Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace" is one of literature's greatest hits. It also contains more than half a million words. I'll get to it eventually, possibly not before I retire.
Exploring the allure of 'the North'
Looking at the influence of the North on photography, fashion and art, on the occasion of the exhibition North: Fashioning Identity at Somerset House.
The ultimate Iceland escape?
There are already plenty of reasons to visit Iceland, but if its abundant waterfalls, lava fields, glaciers and natural baths aren't enough, there may soon be another.
New NASA tool can tell you which glacier may flood your city
Sea level rise is one of the most recognizable consequences of climate change and is likely to be one of the most destructive as well. Projecting when destructive coastal inundation could occur in your city just became easier, thanks to a new tool developed by NASA scientists.
How this F1 legend's legacy helps educate Brazil's youth
Just weeks before his death in May 1994, Ayrton Senna spoke to his sister about his plans to give back to Brazil.
Trump to UCLA players: 'You're welcome'
President Donald Trump on Thursday morning accepted the appreciation of three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China, offering some fatherly advice while also thanking his Chinese counterpart.
Majority of Indians happy with Modi and economy, but there's a catch
Nearly nine out of 10 Indians are happy with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while eight in 10 are happy with the state of the economy, according to a new poll.
Life in the shadow of a killer on the loose
Michael Haynes used to take long walks with his dog through Seminole Heights, the tree-lined neighborhood in Tampa, Florida, where he has lived for the last 17 years with his wife and three children.
Thousands march in Harare for Mugabe's ouster, but embattled President won't step down
Zimbabweans took to the streets of Harare on Saturday to demand the resignation of Robert Mugabe four days after a military takeover in the southern African nation.