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The crew gently digs around the dark, matted hair protruding from the rubble. As they pull away bits of debris, the stench of rotting flesh grows more pungent.
Six months ago, US-backed Iraqi forces retook the city of Mosul from ISIS control. But the long battle obliterated the ancient city and claimed an untold number of civilian lives. Now its remaining residents are left to survive in the rubble.
CNN's Paula Hancocks speaks with a former North Korean agent who is responsible for the Korean Air Flight 858 bombing in 1987.
Now 2018 will have two royal weddings. Princess Eugenie is getting married in the fall after Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in May.
Jeff Ballabon, a member of Pres. Trump's advisory board, says the president is a security hawk when it comes to the nation's borders.
"Sports events could be a very useful opportunity for the two Koreas to engage in a process of reconciliation," says South Korea's First Vice Minister of F.Affairs.
In President Trump's first year in office, ISIS has lost nearly all of its territory in Syria and Iraq. CNN's Arwa Damon reports from Mosul, Iraq, on the human cost of that victory.
Since the conflict in Yemen escalated, more than two-thirds of girls are married before they turn 18. Halima is 12 years old and is worried her father will soon marry her off and use her dowry to feed the family.
A North Korean delegation, including the lead singer of one of the country's most popular girl bands, is touring Seoul, South Korea, ahead of the Olympic Games. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
This photographer collaborated with survivors of rape in Haiti to capture intimate portraits that overcome stigma and victimization.
Government officials in Tokyo are conducting the city's first missile evacuation drill to counter the nuclear threat from North Korea. CNN's Will Ripley reports.
President Donald Trump's decision to move the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was "rash and uncalculated" and represented "aggression towards people, countries, cultures and civilizations," one of Sunni Islam's highest authorities told CNN.
One year after the inauguration of Donald Trump, many have returned to the Women's March, signs in hand.
The Taliban claim responsibility for an hours-long siege on Afghanistan's Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul that left at least six killed and more than 150 others in need of rescuing.
Turkey says rockets fired from Syria have hit inside its territory. It's not clear who fired the projectiles, but the attack comes a day after Turkey launched airstrikes on Syria's Kurdish-held Afrin region. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.