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More than 40 Al-Qaeda militants infiltrated into Yemen's port city of Aden seeking to free imprisoned al-Qaeda militants, the defense ministry said Saturday.
Police in Tempe, Arizona, dismantled a drug trafficking cell associated with Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel and arrested 20 persons along with seizing three tons of marijuana, 30 pounds of methamphetamine and $2.4 million in cash, authorities said.
US-Extreme-Heat (will update)
A cold front is expected in some U.S. states this weekend, bringing much-needed relief in communities baking in a lingering heat wave for more than a week.
Libya-Election (will update)
After four decades of political exclusion, Libyans flocked to the polls Saturday in celebratory fashion to take their first steps to building a free and democratic nation.
Russia-Floods (will update)
At least 105 people have died as floodwaters surge through southern Russia's Krasnodar region, Russia's Interior Ministry said Saturday.
Syria-Unrest (will update)
Despite the escalating violence in Syria that led to the suspension of monitoring activities there, the United Nations' can continue to play a crucial role in the embattled country, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a report to be presented to the Security Council.
It used to be safe to say that most of us don't go looking for crime on our vacations, but that's not true anymore. Crime fiction travel, a juicier version of the well-worn literary pilgrimage, is a popular way for people to see the world.
Ahmadiyya Muslims, who represent a small sect in Islam that believes in the Prophet Mohammad's second coming, have the ear of top U.S. lawmakers but have earned the ire of much of the Muslim world, facing persecution in countries like Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. CNN.com takes a look at who the Ahmads are and why they matter.
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