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World Thousands killed. Millions starving. Rocket launchers litter mountaintops. This is war.

From atop al-Manara mountain, just east of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, it is possible to think that fighting here might be over soon. More

World This is the frontline of Yemen's civil war

Yemen's civil war has raged for three years now — famine is imminent and 10,000 civilians have died. For the Saudi-backed government forces, this treacherous mountainside is the frontline in their... More

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The inspirational story of how Akwasi Frimpong became Ghana's first ever skeleton competitor in the 2018 Winter Olympics. More

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The bobsled team trio from Nigeria are fast, female and fearless More

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The U.N. says India is the most dangerous place to be born a girl. CNN's Sara Sidner reports. More

World Foursquare, Pokémon Go, And Now Fitbit – The US Military's Struggle With Popular Apps Is Not New

Heatmap released by Strava, which tracks users' outdoor workouts via GPS. Strava / Via Strava Fitness trackers are just the latest headache for the Pentagon when it comes... More

World This Leaked Government Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario

David Davis and Theresa May Shutterstock The government's new analysis of the impact of Brexit says the UK would be worse off outside the European Union under every... More

World Republicans Just Voted To Ask Trump To #ReleaseTheMemo. Here's What You Need To Know.

Rep. Devin Nunes, chair of the House Intelligence Committee. Mark Wilson / Getty Images It’s now called simply “the memo.” Four pages and the subject of... More

World Three Ukrainian Investigations Into Manafort Deals Are Stalled By US Officials

Paul Manafort Joshua Roberts / Reuters Ukrainian prosecutors say three separate corruption investigations have been stymied because American law enforcement officials... More

World This Is What It's Like To Be Your Country's First Potential Winter Olympic Athletes

Sajjad Husaini heads back to the car after a trial race was canceled due to bad weather. “It’s disappointing when a race gets canceled,” he says, “the more races we... More

World Despite An Opposition Leader Being Detained, Hundreds Of People Kept Marching In Russia

Protestors gather in Moscow on Sunday where opposition leader Alexei Navalny was arrested. Maxim Shemetov / Reuters A key Russian opposition leader has been detained as... More

World They Blamed A Victim For Her Own Murder. Here's How Women Are Responding.

“Every woman deserves to be heard,” Instagram user @2day4night told BuzzFeed News. “And I think Russian women are little heard.” “This is not a reason to kill,” thousands of... More

World Check Out These Insane Photos Of Paris After The River Seine Overflowed

A picture taken on Friday shows the flooded Ile aux Cygnes and banks of the river Seine with a model of the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower in the background. Ludovic Marin /... More

World 23 Pictures That Capture The Horrors Of The Holocaust

Tourists stand between the snow-covered concrete steles of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial on Jan. 18, 2017. Jens Kalaene / AFP / Getty Images... More

World A Suicide Bomber Driving An Ambulance Has Killed More Than 100 People In Kabul

Wakil Kohsar / AFP / Getty Images More than 100 people died and 200 others were injured after a blast tore through a crowded street in Kabul on Saturday morning,... More

World 52 Baboons Escaped In A Paris Zoo And Everyone Had To Evacuate

All of the baboons have since been recaptured. A zoo in Paris had to shut down and evacuate on Friday after 52 baboons escaped from their enclosure, police told Le Parisien... More

World French People Say That Viral Video Of The "Nutella Riot" Reveals A Sad Truth About Their Country

A viral video of shoppers "rioting" over Nutella in a French supermarket has led to headlines all over the world today. Twitter: @kennylebon... More

World Trump Got What He Wanted In Davos: Elite Acceptance

Fabrice Coffrini / AFP / Getty Images Hundreds of men and women, collectively worth billions of dollars, pushed and shoved each other to get into a cavernous conference room to... More

World Saudi authorities to net over $100 billion in corruption purge

Saudi Arabia's government has arranged to seize over $100 billion in financial settlements with businessmen and officials detained in its crackdown on corruption, the attorney general said on Tuesday. More

World Police Tried To Stop People In Switzerland From Protesting Trump's Visit And It Didn't Go So Well

Here’s how the Swiss welcomed President Trump this week. Every year, 2,500 of the world's top business leaders and politicians go to Davos, a sleepy Swiss skiing village,... More