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Analysis: India’s deep-rooted problem with women

Story highlights India has actually toughened up its laws governing serious crimes such as rape The Nirbhaya case in 2012 brought the subject into the national conversation But India has an underlying problem with its treatment of women By a

India works to curb violence against women

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Police: Same men rape woman 3 years later

Story highlights Family of alleged victim says it was offered money to drop case but refused Police: Woman says she was attacked by the same men who assaulted her in 2013 The woman, a Dalit, the lowest caste in Indian society, was returning

Police: ISIS-like flag found in train attacker’s apartment

Story highlights German authorities investigating video released by ISIS media group ISIS-like flag found in assailant's apartment. Attacker was a 17-year-old Afghan man living in Germany, official says Police shot and killed attacker; five passe

Turkey to U.S.: Extradite cleric

Story highlights Erdogan and Gulen are bitter rivals Request comes amid vast purge of security forces, judiciary EXCLUSIVE: Erdogan vows revenge Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames Gulen, a longtime bitter rival, for the attempted

Man with ax attacks train passengers

Story highlights The assailant was a 17-year-old Afghan man living in Germany, official says Police shot and killed the attacker; four passengers are in serious condition The assailant, armed with a knife and an ax, was identified as a 17-ye

Attacks scare millions of tourists away

After a night of tumult in Turkey, Erdogan still stands The world is a scary place... and several countries are becoming just too frightening for many tourists. Millions of travelers have been nixing their dreams of visiting places lik

Turkey’s President: Death penalty possible after coup attempt

Story highlights Turkey's president refuses to rule out death penalty Formal request for Fethullah Gulen's extradition expected within days "There is a clear crime of treason and your request can never be rejected by our government," said Pr

What exactly happened, and who is to blame?

What exactly happened? Late Friday, tanks rolled onto the streets of the capital, Ankara, and Istanbul. Uniformed soldiers blocked the famous Bosphorus Bridge connecting the European and Asian sides of Istanbul. Media outlets, includi

Who is the exile Turkey blames for coup attempt?

Story highlights Fethullah Gulen rarely leaves Pennsylvania home or allows journalists in Coup attempt in Turkey and protests outside his house lead to rare chance for an interview A nondescript driveway with a guard gate off a rural Pennsyl

Photos: Soldiers clash with protestors and police

Military coup in Turkey A photo showing a mass detention in Ankara, where dozens of detainees were forced to kneel, partially stripped. Hide Caption 1 of 37 Military coup in Turkey Images circulating widely in mainstream Turkish media sh

Turkey coup attempt: Reaction on the streets of Istanbul

Story highlights Turkey's president tells people to occupy streets following attempted coup Many flood Taksim Square in Istanbul, saying they support government Reactions from Turkish residents after a failed coup Saturday ranged from profou

Erdogan cracks down after failed coup, says he’ll show no mercy

Story highlights Turkish PM vows retribution against 6,000 plotters detained More than 8,000 Ministry of Interior officers, mostly police, dismissed Turkey will not be able to join the European Union if it reintroduces the death penalty, a s

Who is President Erdogan?

Where is President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during Turkey's coup attempt? In an interview via FaceTime on CNN Turk television, he urged people to take to the streets against the military. He vowed to return Ankara. His location was unclear. "This was

What you need to know about Turkey’s coup attempt

Why did the uprising happen now? Simple answer: The timing may be due to what analysts predicted would be a purge of high-ranking military officials at a military council meeting scheduled for August. The purge was expected to target mi

Erdogan rounds up suspected coup plotters

Story highlights Turkey reopens the airspace around Incirlik Air Base Around 6,000 detained since failed coup attempt, official says In the hours since Friday's uprising -- which left nearly 200 people dead in a chaotic night of violence --

Fighter jet buzzes buildings

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This is a huge deal for the United States

Story highlights Obama convened an emergency meeting in the White House Situation Room Saturday Turkey, a NATO member since 1952, has the second-biggest armed forces in NATO That's particularly the case, since Turkey is one of the world's fe

How a night of death and mayhem unfolded

Story highlights Dozens are killed in long night of violence Turkish PM: Attempted coup "a stain on democracy" Here's what happened, and when (all times Turkish local time): Suddenly, chaos, confusion Turkey, Friday night: Tanks rol

Who is Fethullah Gulen, the man Erdogan blames?

Story highlights Erdogan calls on U.S. to extradite or arrest Fethullah Gulen Gulen denies involvement, says it's possible coup was "staged" In the throes of a military coup attempt, Turkey's embattled president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pointe

Young lives destroyed in attack in Nice

Story highlights Children were killed, trampled and lost during Nice attack Images of forgotten items and child victims are striking a nerve They were reminders that, in the indiscriminate brutality of a terror attack, even the youngest are

Soldiers silence CNN Turk

Story highlights CNN sister network shut down by opposition troops Final moments before takeover caught on air Dramatic footage showed soldiers -- apparently engaged in the coup -- entering the Dogan Media Center in Istanbul, while the netwo

Soldiers surrender

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‘Government in control,’ Erdogan says; dozens killed in violent night

Story highlights At least 42 people -- mostly police officers -- killed in Ankara "The government is in control," President Erdogan says Dozens killed in Ankara after chaotic night of violence At least 42 people -- mostly police officers --

Updates: 42 reported killed, 754 arrested

However, the sounds of fighting were still being reported in Ankara and Istanbul after the chaotic attempt by members of the military to wrest control from Erdogan. At least 42 people died and 1,000 people were injured across the country. Here is