American pop start Cher and Dr. Amir Khalil, a veterinarian with Four Paws International, with Kaavan, the elephant.

Cher Helps 'World's Loneliest Elephant' Find A New Home

Cher and an animal rights group organized the transfer of a mistreated elephant from a contentious zoo in Pakistan to a new sanctuary in Cambodia.


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Iran Mourns Assassinated Nuclear Scientist And Vows To Chase Killers

0:26A man campaigning for NHS PPE stands outside parliament in London
Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

U.K. Stocking Up On COVID-19 Vaccines

1:13With the new data, Turkey jumped from being one of the least-affected countries in Europe to one of the worst-hit.

Turkey Sees Surge After More Accurate COVID Case Reporting

1:11Protesters march in Belarus

Hundreds Detained In Belarus Protests Over The Weekend

0:51Tigray people who fled the conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray region, stand on a hill
Nariman El-Mofty / AP

U.S. Embassy Reports Explosions In Eritrea Amid Unrest In East Africa

1:01North Korean army soldiers
Park Tae-hyun / AP

North Korea Beefs Up Sea Restrictions To Fight Virus

0:51Afghan national army soldiers arrive at the site of a suicide bombing
Rahmatullah Nikzad / AP

More Than 30 Killed In Suicide Bombings In Afghanistan

0:55Germany has ticked above one million confirmed coronavirus cases.

Germany Passes One Million Cases, Could Be Under Lockdown Until Spring

1:05Iranian protesters burn pictures of President Trump and President-Elect Biden
Vahid Salemi / AP

Iran's Supreme Leader Vows Vengeance For Killing Of Nuclear Scientist

0:53EU Negotiator Michel Barnier walks by an iconic UK phone booth
Frank Augstein / AP

Britain, EU Scramble For A Deal Weeks Before Brexit Transition Ends

1:54Mourning fans wave at the caravan carrying the remains of Diego Maradona to his resting place in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
AP / Rodrigo Abd

Fans Mourn Soccer Legend Diego Maradona As 'Man Of The People'

0:26The scene where Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed in Absard, a small city just east of the capital, Tehran, Iran.
Fars News Agency / AP

Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Near Tehran

2:32A restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden, on Nov. 20, 2020.
AP / TV4

Virus Surge Tests Sweden's Soft-Touch Approach

3:00President-elect Joe Biden behind a podium
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Urgent National Security Matters Await Pres.-Elect Joe Biden

0:33Mourners gather for the funeral prayer of Khadim Hussein Rizvi.
Waleed Ahmed / AP

Funeral of Radical Pakistani Cleric Attracts Massive Turnout

1:38An Iranian cemetery worker prepares new graves at the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery just outside Tehran, Iran.
Ebrahim Noroozi / AP

Iran Enacts New Restrictions as It Experiences Its Worst Virus Surge

0:25Ugandan security forces patrol a street

At Least 37 People Have Died In Protests In Uganda

1:17U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Maya Alleruzzo / AP

Pompeo Becomes 1st U.S. Secy. Of State To Visit West Bank Settlement

0:23Commuters wearing face masks to protect against the spread of the coronavirus walk on a street in Tokyo, Japan
Koji Sasahara / AP

Japan Reports Record Cases Of COVID-19

0:24An honor guard is formed at Defence Headquarters in Canberra, Australia
Australian Associated Press / AP

Report: Australian Troops Killed 39 Afghans In "Blooding" Practice

0:32Men wade through a street flooded after the passing of Hurricane Iota in La Lima, Honduras, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020.
Delmer Martinez / AP

Iota's Devastation Becomes Clearer In Nicaragua And Honduras

2:43President-elect Joe Biden speaks about economic recovery on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, in Wilmington, Del.
AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

How Will Joe Biden Change Foreign Policy?

0:37A man watches the rising waters of the Rio Bermejo in the wake of Hurricane Iota
Delmer Martinez / AP

At Least Six Dead After Hurricane Iota Devastates Nicaragua

0:23Pro-democracy protesters wears a mask and protective helmet outside Police headquarters during a rally in Bangkok, Thailand

Pro-democracy Protesters In Bangkok Rally Outside Parliament

0:31An army soldier inspects the scene of the rocket attack at the gate of al-Zawra public park in Baghdad, Iraq
Khalid Mohammed / AP

Rocket Attack On Baghdad's Green Zone Kills Child, Injures 5 Others

0:28A Boeing 737 Max jet prepares to land at Boeing Field following a test flight in Seattle on Sept. 30, 2020.
Elaine Thompson / AP

FAA Lifts Ban On Boeing 737 Max

0:25The logo of the World Health Organization

WHO Investigating Coronavirus Outbreak At Headquarters

0:48Wendy Guadalupe Contreras who was left homeless after the last storm hit the area, comforts her son in Honduras before Iota.
Delmer Martinez / AP

Hurricane Iota Makes Landfall In Nicaragua

1:22Relatives hug each other through a plastic film screen and a glass to avoid contracting COVID-19, at a nursing home in Italy.
Filippo Ciappi/LaPresse via AP

Some European Lockdowns Appear To Be Flattening COVID-19 Spread

0:36French police officers in a Paris courthouse
Francois Mori / AP

Trial Begins For 2015 ISIS Train Attack In France