U.S. senator Marco Rubio meets South Korean President in Seoul
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, widely seen as a possible Republican candidate for the White House in 2016, meets South Korean President Park Geun-hye in Seoul to boost ties. Mana Rabiee reports.
Now I Get It: World Cup
For the next month billions of people around the world will be talking about one thing: The World Cup. There’s a lot to learn about the popular sport, and hopefully after you watch this video you’ll say, “Now I Get It.”
Plane with first coffins of Malaysian airliner victims leaves Ukraine
The first bodies recovered from the MH17 crash site left Ukraine's Kahkiv airport and were flown to the Netherlands. Sarah Toms reports.
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Here's the latest news for Wednesday, July 23rd: Some bodies of victims of MH17 disaster depart Ukraine for the Netherlands; Bloomberg urges FAA to allow flights to Israel; Costa Concordia begins final voyage; Perdue wins Ga. GOP Senate nomination.
Israel keeps up Gaza assault; diplomats seek ceasefire
Israeli forces pound multiple sites across the Gaza Strip and says it's meeting stiff resistance from Hamas Islamists, as diplomats try to end the bloodshed. Sarah Toms reports.
Bodies of Malaysia Jet Victims Leave Ukraine
Ukraine held a departure ceremony before putting the bodies of Malayia Airlines Flight 17 on a plane to be flown to the Netherlands. Most of those on board the doomed plane were Dutch citizens. (July 23)
Fighting Rages Amid Mideast Truce Push
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Israel on Wednesday, to join the push for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza. (July 23)
'Downton' Cast on the Transition Into Season 5
As season five approaches, the stars of 'Downton Abbey' attempt the tricky task of talking up the upcoming series they can't really talk about. (July 23)
McAdams and Wright Remember Hoffman
At the New York premiere of Phillip Seymour Hoffman's last film 'A Most Wanted Man', co-stars Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright honor the late actor. (June 23)