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South African hostage's wife says she forgives his killers

South African hostage's wife says she forgives his killers

The wife of slain South African hostage Pierre Korkie has said she chooses to forgive those who caused his death.
A $7,500 slice of fruit cake

A $7,500 slice of fruit cake

  A slice of Prince William and Duchess Catherine's wedding cake sold at auction on Friday for an unexpected $7,500.
U.S.: Al Qaeda kills hostages during SEALs raid in Yemen

U.S.: Al Qaeda kills hostages during SEALs raid in Yemen

 The element of surprise was lost in a failed U.S. military raid to rescue two hostages being held by al Qaeda militants in Yemen, a senior Defense Department official said Saturday.
Sleepy space probe New Horizons awakens for close-up with Pluto

Sleepy space probe New Horizons awakens for close-up with Pluto

 (CNN) -- Three billion miles away from Earth, in an unchartered slice of our solar system, a small space probe is shaking off its deep sleep and getting ready to become the first spacecraft to visit Pluto and its moons.
Indian Uber driver arrested after alleged rape, police say

Indian Uber driver arrested after alleged rape, police say

Police on Sunday arrested an Uber driver accused of raping a woman in the Indian capital, authorities said.
Tropical Storm Hagupit batters Philippines, killing at least 21

Tropical Storm Hagupit batters Philippines, killing at least 21

The deadly storm that battered the Philippines for days weakened Monday as it rumbled from one island to another, moving closer to the densely populated capital city.
U.S.: Al Qaeda kills hostages during SEALs raid in Yemen

U.S.: Al Qaeda kills hostages during SEALs raid in Yemen

 (CNN) -- The element of surprise was lost in a failed U.S. military raid to rescue two hostages being held by al Qaeda militants in Yemen, a senior Defense Department official said Saturday.
At least 1 missing Mexican student ID'd

At least 1 missing Mexican student ID'd

The remains of at least one of the 43 students who went missing in Mexico's Guerrero state have been identified from among those that suspects showed police, lawyers for the victims' relatives told CNN en Español.
Typhoon Hagupit hits Philippines

Typhoon Hagupit hits Philippines

   (CNN) -- The eye of Typhoon Hagupit slammed into east-central Philippines on Saturday night, battering the area with rain and roaring winds as low-lying areas further to the west braced for the possibility of overwhelming storm sur
Royal family fans: You can own a slice of William and Kate's wedding cake

Royal family fans: You can own a slice of William and Kate's wedding cake

  You can now have a piece of Prince William and Duchess Catherine's wedding cake ... and eat it, too, thanks to an auction of royal family items on Friday.
A year after Haiyan's devastation, new typhoon threatens Philippines

A year after Haiyan's devastation, new typhoon threatens Philippines

In the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan last year, Roge Agujero's family went back to the plot of land near the sea where their house once stood. "We did not see anything, not even a single post," he said.
UAE woman arrested in U.S. teacher's mall restroom stabbing

UAE woman arrested in U.S. teacher's mall restroom stabbing

An Emirati woman arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing a U.S.
 Police helicopter finds huge swastika in bottom of pool in Brazil

Police helicopter finds huge swastika in bottom of pool in Brazil

Civil Police in Brazil say one of their helicopters made a startling discovery -- a huge swastika in the bottom of a swimming pool.
 How Ebola broke Sierra Leone's heart

How Ebola broke Sierra Leone's heart

"Blood, sweat, and tears" on the football pitch used to mean a very different thing in Sierra Leone.
A year after Haiyan's devastation, new typhoon threatens Philippines

A year after Haiyan's devastation, new typhoon threatens Philippines

  In the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan last year, Roge Agujero's family went back to the plot of land near the sea where their house once stood. "We did not see anything, not even a single post," he said.