Images Prove Russia Fired Artillery Into Ukraine, US Says
American intelligence agency releases surveillance photos from the Russia/Ukrain
Philippine Military Says at Least 16 Villagers Killed by Abu Sayyaf Militants in Road Ambush
Philippine military says at least 16 villagers killed by Abu Sayyaf militants in road ambush
China Profits Boost Asian Stock Markets
Asian stock markets boosted by growth in Chinese corporate profits
Rosario Murillo: Nicaragua's 'First Comrade'
Politics a family affair with president's wife Rosario Murillo as Nicaragua's 'first comrade'
AP PHOTOS: Editor Selections From Latin America
AP PHOTOS: A selection of our favorite images from Latin America and the Caribbean
Girls Killed, Hurt in Attack in Thailand's South
Roadside bomb kills 12-year-old girl, wounds others in southern Thailand
Police in China Remove Church's Cross
Police in China remove church's cross amid crackdown in region with thousands of believers
Israel, Hamas Hold out for More Gains in Gaza War
Cease-fire efforts troubled as Israel, Hamas hold out for bigger gains in Gaza war
Aruba Releases Venezuelan Diplomat Sought by US
Aruba releases and sends home former Venezuelan general sought by US on drug charges
Hurricane Hernan in Pacific Moves Away From Mexico
Hurricane Hernan spins in Pacific, moving away from Mexican coast and posing no danger to land
Israel Acknowledges Mortar Shell Hit UN School
Israel says probe shows errant mortar shell hit UN school, but could not have caused deaths
How US Embassy Personnel Left Libya
Secretary of State John Kerry points to ongoing unrest as the reason for the evacuation.
US Evacuates Embassy in Libya; Cease-Fire Continues in Gaza
State Department removes staff from Libya and urges Americans to avoid traveling to the country.
Baby Saved in Gaza After Pregnant Mother Is Killed
ABC News' David Wright visits the miracle baby in Gaza whose parents' home was hit by an Israeli airstrike.
Ramallah Hospital Treats 300 in 1 Day
ABC News' Bob Woodruff talks to doctors and patients after a violent day in the Middle East.
Thousands of Palestinians Clash With Israeli Forces
At least one protestor was killed during the fighting amid word of a possible week-long cease-fire.
Sudanese Woman Once Sentenced to Death Meets Pope
The US and Italy worked together for Meriam Ibrahim's freedom after she received a death sentence for marrying Christian man.
Air Algerie Plane Disappears With 116 on Board
Flight disappeared from radar 50 minutes after take-off.
Mercy Mission in Gaza Under Fire
ABC News' Alex Marquardt joins Red Cross convoy returning to heavily damaged neighborhood to tend to wounded and retrieve...
Day In Pictures
Wednesday July 23, 2014
See the Aftermath of the Taiwan Plane Crash
TransAsia Airways turboprop crash landed in stormy weather, killing 47 people.
GMA 7/27: Naked Reality Shows Taking Over?
American Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola Virus; 'Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice' Preview
This Week 7/27: US Evacuates Libyan Embassy
Guests: Donna Brazile, Tom Cole, S.E. Cupp, Robert Reich, Andrew Rosenthal
2020 7/25: Losing It!
Feud Between Two Neighbors Ends in Death; Why People Lose It Waiting in Line; U.S. Senator Punches Fellow Senator in the Head
Nightline Prime 7/26: The Elkhart 4: A Home Invasion Gone Horribly Wrong
Hiring a Hitman to Murder Your Own Mother?; Las Vegas Bar Fights Ends in Murder Charges for Calif. Pastor; Busting an...