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Yemen's cholera outbreak hits record 1 million

It had already become the world's biggest cholera outbreak in recent history, but now the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen since April has hit 1 million, and at an incredibly fast speed.

Trump 'fired up' about Yemen humanitarian crisis

President Donald Trump has become increasingly concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, which has been made worse by years of fighting between Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led international coalition, a United Kingdom official tells CNN.

8 US citizens among 12 killed in bus crash in Mexico

Eight Americans, two Swedish tourists and at least one Canadian were among the victims of a tour bus crash in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula that left 12 dead and more than 10 people injured, officials said Wednesday.

White House confidence in Mideast peace process faces challenges

The White House predicted Palestinian and Arab officials would need a "cooling off" period before welcoming the US back into the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. But two weeks after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, renewed protests and a diplomatic uproar are spotlighting the steep challenges facing US peace efforts.

What the train derailment felt like

The sudden jolt threw Bob Snyder's glasses off his face and knocked his phone out of his hand. On an airplane, it would have felt like normal turbulence, but Snyder was on a passenger train from Seattle to Portland.