Zimbabwe sells elephants to China and Dubai for $2.7 million

Zimbabwe made $2.7 million from the sale of more than 90 elephants to China and Dubai, according to a spokesman for the country's wildlife agency.

Oil prices jump after Saudi Arabia reports drone attack on pumping stations

Oil prices climbed on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia reported "armed drones" attacked two pumping stations in the kingdom, underscoring rising tensions in the Middle East.

It's Trump vs. Xi in the China trade war -- and it's personal

Neither Donald Trump nor Xi Jinping can afford to blink. A personal duel between two rival presidents could ensure that the escalating trade war across the Pacific may last longer than anyone expected.

Nigerian police arrested 65 women in a raid. Some of the women say officers raped them

In a sparsely decorated room in Nigeria's capital city of Abuja, seven women are seated in a row, their backs turned to the assembled media to remain anonymous.

The royal baby is a boy, Meghan and Harry announce

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a boy in the early hours of Monday, Buckingham Palace has announced.

Harry and Meghan's new baby: What we know so far

The countdown is over. Meghan and Harry have welcomed a baby boy.

Sri Lanka bomb suspect's sister fears 18 relatives dead after attacks

The sister of the suspected ringleader of Sri Lanka's deadly Easter Sunday bombings has told CNN up to 18 of her family members are missing and feared dead since the attacks and subsequent raids.

Ex-US North Korea envoy says Trump approved signing of Warmbier pledge

Joseph Yun, the former State Department Special Representative for North Korea, confirmed Monday that he signed an agreement to pay North Korea $2 million for the release of American student Otto Warmbier in 2017.

Why the Vladivostok summit is a coup for Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin can be forgiven for appearing slightly weary at the banquet he hosted Thursday for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un: The venue in the far eastern city of Vladivostok is seven time zones ahead of Moscow.

Israeli soldiers shoot blindfolded, handcuffed Palestinian as he tried to flee

Israeli soldiers shot a blindfolded, handcuffed Palestinian teenager who had been arrested on suspicion of taking part in disturbances as he tried to flee.

Trump's unfair crackdown on visa overstays

First, they came for the asylees and the refugees. Then they came for the children at the southern border. And now they are coming for the visa overstays. In a memorandum issued on April 22, President Donald Trump ordered the ...

He lost two children in the Sri Lanka bombings

Matt Linsey's face is peppered with minute scars from the shrapnel and debris that hit him, as he recalls the split-second decision he and his two children made to run, rather than hide, just after the first of two bombs ...

Iran, Venezuela, Libya: Inside the 'high wire act' facing oil markets

Washington's crackdown on Iran is just the latest global flashpoint rippling through increasingly tight oil markets.

Iran's Zarif slams US officials for seeking clash with Tehran, offers prisoner exchange

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said he believes members of the Trump administration and some US allies are seeking a confrontation with Iran.

Sri Lanka - We can't rest

Eight hundred people were either killed or injured by a terrorist group last weekend in Sri Lanka. A holy weekend and place of worship became a grisly, heinous massive murder scene.