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'In turmoil again': Central African Republic unrest spreads
'The whole country is in turmoil again': Fearful Central African Republic civilians seek help
Sri Lanka marks 8 years since end of bloody civil war
Sri Lanka has marked the eighth anniversary of the end of its bloody civil war with much of the legacy and divisions created by more than a quarter-century of violence still intact
Inside Marvel: Minds behind 'Secret Empire' talk about Hydra's takeover of the Marvel Universe
Marvel's Axel Alonso and Nick Spencer join FiveThirtyEight's Walt Hickey and ABC News' Michael Rothman for a look behind the panels of "Secret Empire."
Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego welcome their third child
ABC News' Diane Macedo reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Community Helps Beloved Crossing Guard Afford Prosthetic Repair
He lost his leg as a child soldier in Ethiopia, the school's principal said.
Texas School Community Surprises Beloved Crossing Guard With Funds to Afford Prosthetic Leg Repair
The Harvard Elementary School community in Houston, Texas, has come together to help a beloved crossing guard afford repairs to his prosthetic leg. The crossing guard, 42-year-old Fetene Yezengaw, has manned the intersection near the school for nearly a decade, according to Principal Laura Alaniz.
David Oyelowo on Showing 'Queen of Katwe's' Madina Nalwanga Her First Film
David Oyelowo is starring alongside Lupita Nyong'o in "Queen of Katwe," the true story of Phiona Mutesi, a girl who rises from poverty in rural Uganda to become Grand Chess Master with the help of chess coach Robert Katende (Oyelowo). Oyelowo calls the film "life affirming" because it shows
David Oyelowo Talks 'Queen of Katwe' on 'GMA'
The actor discusses his role in the new film and opens up about visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture with co-star Lupita Nyong'o.
Olympics' First Refugee Team To March In Opening Ceremony
Athletes marching in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio today will be joined by the first refugee team ever to compete in the Olympics. The 10 athletes on the refugee team will march immediately before participants from Brazil, the 2016 Olympics host country. The refugee athletes will
UN Seeks to Fund Education, Combat Extremism for Children in Crisis
Going to school can dramatically change the lives of children in conflict zones –- yet education is severely underfunded, children’s advocates from UNICEF and Save the Children say. Their comments follow the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul today, where United Nations Special Envoy Gordon