An open-pit coal mine collapse in India has killed at least seven workers and trapped dozens.
Tehran’s iconic Plasco building collapse has been captured on camera following a fire.
Five tons of explosives destroyed 19 buildings in Wuhan, China, in 10 seconds.
A garbage dump in Colombo, Sri Lanka collapsed and crashed into nearby homes, killing dozens.
China’s parliament agreed to a change to the country’s constitution that would allow for President Xi Jinping to rule the country indefinitely.
A Chinese journalist showed her contempt for a fellow reporter’s softball question with such force that videos of her facial expression went viral.
Take a look at 36 photos of the week from February 16 through February 22.
China is strengthening its People’s Liberation Army with state-of-the-art stealth fighters, a new aircraft carrier and soaring budgets.
Kim Jong Un is sending his younger sister, 30-year-old Kim Yo Jong, to South Korea for the Winter Olympics, the first time any member of the Kim dynasty has visited the country. CNN’s Brain Todd reports.
Jordan Greenway, a Boston University junior, is the first black Olympic hockey player in US history.
CNN’s Nic Robertson takes a deeper look at the civil war in Yemen, which has caused mass casualties, starvation and an outbreak of cholera.
In “ISIS: Behind the Mask” CNN’s Clarissa Ward reports on Western youth who fall under the sway of charismatic Islamic militant preachers like Fouad Belkacem. The documentary airs Friday, March 31 at 10 p.m.
ISIS is recruiting young would-be recruits all over the world, without them ever having to set foot in the Middle East.
A collective of 100 French women including film star Catherine Deneuve have signed an open letter defending men’s “freedom to pester” women, sparking an angry response from a group of feminist activists.
Bourdain travels to the area of Jamaica where tourists are less likely to visit. Watch Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST.
Japan’s national broadcaster NHK sent a false text alert reporting that North Korea had launched another missile. The broadcaster corrected itself moments later. The false alert comes days after Hawaii sent a similar mistaken message.
Exclusive footage reveals accounts of carnage from the village of Tula Toli in Myanmar, where the army allegedly massacred Rohingya Muslims.
Hundreds of people are dead and thousands are injured after a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the border region between Iran and Iraq.
Despite international condemnation, North Korea continues to pursue its nuclear ICBM development program. CNN’s Paula Hancocks explains why.
Footage of North Korea’s Hwasong-12 missile launch has emerged after it was fired over Japanese soil on August 29.