Sixty-six Chinese flight attendants perform a synchronized dance in a terminal of the Shanghai Pudong International Airport to give travelers a pleasant spectacle during the Chinese Spring Festival travel rush.
As the investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 continues, fighting between the Ukrainian military and pro-Russian separatists intensified near the crash site in eastern Ukraine. International monitors and investigators were unable to examine the wreckage. Kitty Logan reports.
In the latest edition of "Flash Points," CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate and correspondent Bob Orr discuss Syria's alleged movement on its chemical weapons arsenal.
CBS News correspondent Seth Doane gives an inside look at what it's like traveling through Taliban territory in Afghanistan with the Army's 10th Mountain "Task Force Spartan."
Ron Prosor, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, sits down with CBS News' Pamela Falk to discuss the scope of Hamas' tunnels, its alleged use of civilian shields, and its resistance to acknowledging a Jewish state.
A deformed piglet, born without hind legs, has become a local celebrity in China's Sichuan Province. The piglet has earned the name "Zhu Jianqiang," which means "strong-willed pig."
In the latest edition of "Flash Points," CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate and correspondent Bob Orr discuss the changing definition of al Qaeda since 9/11, and how the counterterrorism community targets threats from within it.
Secretary of State John Kerry, meeting with foreign ministers in Paris, discusses the deteriorating security situation in Libya and why it led to the evacuation of American personnel from the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli.
The daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro scolded the press for incorrectly reporting that she had been killed in an air crash, saying it was sad that "news of actual victims doesn't get around the world as quickly as this false report."
Residents in the southern Gaza city Rafah picked through the ruins of a demolished house following an Israeli airstrike. Elsewhere in the city, more homes and businesses were badly damaged, and four people were killed by tank shelling.
Costa Concordia, the Italian cruise ship that sank off the coast of Italy in January 2012, is finally leaving her resting place. The ship is being towed to a port in Genoa, Italy, where it will be salvaged. Sabina Castelfranco reports from Giglio, Italy.
Typhoon Matmo made landfall in eastern Taiwan, causing damage to homes and property. Packing sustained winds of 85 mph, the powerful typhoon brought heavy winds and rain to central and northern Taiwan.
Riyad Mansour, the permanent observer of Palestine to the United Nations, discusses efforts to reach a cease-fire, the Palestinian people's reluctance to return to the status quo, Hamas' role in the national consensus government, and the future of Israeli-Palestinian relations. CBS News' Pamela Falk reports.
Ambassador Riyad Mansour, the permanent observer of Palestine to the United Nations, shared his thoughts on the #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies social media campaign with CBS News' Pamela Falk.
As fighting rages on between Israel and Hamas, the Twitter campaign #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies has been picking up steam. The creators happen to be former students of CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk.
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