Global chemical weapons watchdog OPCW won the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to rid the world of devastating weapons
The Melbourne Zoo just welcomed its newest and cutest resident. A baby elephant cheered up zookeepers and visitors after the tragic loss of a much-loved calf.
As world powers meet to discuss moving the Iran nuclear deal forward, Iran’s FM decries the U.S. Congress’ threats
French auctioneers sell a trove of tribal masks despite protests, attempts to block sale
U.S. military transport aircraft to carry troops from Burundi to Central African Republic to help quell latest upsurge in violence
Nuclear team will visit Libya this month to assess the safety of thousands of barrels of milled uranium, U.N. official says
Mark Wise tells CBSNews.com that wounded veterans on 200-mile trek to South Pole are "ready to complete what we started"
Russian president names conservative news anchor as chief; new agency to project Russia's image abroad
Sectarian fighting leaves over 400 killed in two days in latest wave of violence
Nobel Peace Prize-winning watchdog leading mission to eliminate Syria's chemical stockpiles says civil war may delay completion of task
Third week of massive anti-government protests continue in Ukraine's capital
Security forces fill center of Kiev as demonstrations paralyze nation; President Yanukovych to meet with former leaders on ways to defuse crisis
Defense chief holds talks as ongoing protests over drone strikes hinder cross-border routes vital to U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan
Kim Jong Un will rule without mentor now that uncle has been dismissed for alleged corruption, drug use
South Africa says at least 70 current and former heads of state, government and ministers have confirmed they will be attending the Mandela service