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.
Senior North Korean official Ri Jong tells CNN’s Will Ripley that the US should take North Korea’s warning about a possible hydrogen bomb test “literally.”
What is a hydrogen bomb and how much damage can it do? CNN’s Paula Hancocks explains.
Filmmaker Gabriel Chaim has been embedded with US-backed forces in Raqqa. He has been filming GoPro footage throughout his time there.
Voters in Austria have cast ballots in a snap election, and exit polls show young conservative Sebastian Kurz is projected to become the new chancellor. CNN’s Atika Shubert reports.
After “Winnie the Pooh” was compared to Chinese President Xi Jinping, the country restricted use of the Disney character on social media.
China’s growing paranoia is impacting what its citizens can see on the internet. CNN’s Matt Rivers reports.
Watch what happens inside this bus after it gets hit by a car and rolls over in Zhuzhou City in central China.
An Airbus A380 battled a strong crosswind while landing at Düsseldorf International Airport in Germany.
President Donald Trump told Puerto Rican officials they should be “very proud” that hundreds of people haven’t died after Hurricane Maria as they did in “a real catastrophe like Katrina.”
Comedian Simon Brodkin crashes British Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech during the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, England.
At least 50 people have been killed and 400 have been taken to hospital after a mass shooting at a country festival in Las Vegas. This is what we know so far.
Canadian authorities are investigating two vehicle attacks in Edmonton, Canada, as acts of terrorism.
CNN’s Ivan Watson goes on board USS Kearsarge to meet the crew and see how their personnel and aircraft are helping the people of Puerto Rico.