AP Photos: Latin American Catholics pay tribute to Christ with Holy Week traditions
Garcia Marquez's death brings back conflicted relationship with his native Colombia
Rabbi Pinchas Vishedski said masked individuals left anti-Semitic flyers at his synagogue in Donetsk, Ukraine.
Bomb explosion in busy Cairo square kills 1 police officer, causes panic
Images from across the globe: Good Friday, Commander In Chief Trophy, Jesus Yacente Brotherhood, Funeral In India
Official: 24 more schoolgirls kidnapped by Nigerian extremists have escaped; 85 still missing
Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child; 'GMA' Investigates Liquid Nicotine
Ex-Belfast leader of Continuity IRA faction killed; former comrades made death threat in 2011
Algeria's frail president wins a new term but now faces an emboldened opposition
The quake in central and southern Mexico resulted in falling debris and panicked people in the streets.
North Korea criticizes 'human rights racket' of US, allies after UN report blames regime
Into the World of 'Bears'; She's Expecting! Chelsea Clinton Announces Pregnancy
Probing Egypt's most powerful agencies, a state corruption watchdog faces heavy backlash
Tensions rise as pro-Russian militia in Donetsk reject U.S.-Russia brokered peace deal.
Loved ones wait for news three days after a ferry loaded with high school students sank.
An Indonesian vet removed gun pellet shrapnel from a 14-year-old male orangutan reportedly rescued in Sumatra this week after being shot by poachers.
Chelsea Clinton expecting first child in the fall; Captain of South Korea ferry abandoned ship.
Weather conditions hamper search and rescue.
Search and rescue teams battle strong currents and inclement weather in the search for survivors.
ABC News' Alex Marquardt reports from Mariupol where protests turned violent.
Ferry captain among First to abandon ship, diplomats urge end to Ukraine violence, Anniversary of West Texas explosion.
Images from across the globe: Obama Welcomes Wounded Warriors, Maundy Thursday Ritual in Philippines, Hamas Military Training, Pope Washes Feet
Russian President Vladimir Putin said today he hopes Russia will not have to use force in eastern Ukraine.
Oscar Pistorius' murder trial was adjourned today for two weeks after one of the Blade Runner's own expert witnesses contradicted his testimony.
Followers of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon believe international marriages promote world peace.
Guests: Samantha Power, Deval Patrick, Rand Paul
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