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Refugees are becoming more impoverished in Jordan but one aid worker says he is trying to keep the hope alive.
Life may look normal in the capital but aid worker sees the toll of war on people’s faces.
Meeting the needs of refugees has become a struggle in a country where roughly one in four inhabitants are displaced Syrians.
A 7.7-magnitude temblor struck about 40 miles southeast of the coast of New Guinea, generating a small tsunami
Boko Haram staged attacks throughout Nigeria as residents headed to the polls to vote in that country's presidential election. Results could come Monday. Debora Patta reports.
An Air Canada jet carrying 138 people touched down hard during a storm in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mark Albert reports on an early clue in the investigation.
The deadline for reaching a deal on Iran's nuclear program is Tuesday, but some key sticking points remain. Margaret Brennan reports.
Leaders of the Arab League announced plans to create a joint military force to Shiite rebels in Yemen, who are backed by Iran. Julianna Goldman reports.
A German paper published what it says is the transcript of the Germanwings cockpit voice recorder on Sunday. It details the pilot's desperate attempts to get back inside the cockpit before the fatal crash. Allen Pizzey reports.
The aircraft crashed into a bank of antennas at the Halifax, Nova Scotia airport, breaking off its nose cone and an engine, and injuring 25