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The Mexico Attorney General's Office told a Washington research group that it believes law enforcement was linked to the deaths of 193 people
Outages and connectivity problems have riddled North Korea’s Internet over the past few days, culminating in a widespread outage Monday. The outage comes after the Sony hack, which was traced back to North Korea. Bob Orr reports.
Havana says it has the right to grant asylum to U.S. fugitives, indicating it does not intend to send back Joanne Chesimard, American woman who killed NJ trooper
The country's Internet went dark Monday, prompting experts to wonder whether the outage was a result of a cyberattack
Communist government has nothing but warm words for the many proposals that come along with improved U.S. relations
A trio of incidents, including an apparent extremist knife attack on police officers, has France on edge over possible Islamic militant attacks
AP investigation helps track down two families in Myanmar who didn't know their loved ones were laid to rest at a cemetery in Thailand
The New Jersey governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate has been studying and quietly consulting the Republican party's foremost foreign policy thinkers to help him formulate his views on the international affairs
The Norwegian low-cost carrier offers transatlantic fares at half the price of other airlines
China says they are against all forms of cyberattacks, but Beijing has not denounced ally North Korea over the Sony hack. Meanwhile, the White House is looking to China for help preventing future hacks. CBS News Correspondent Seth Doane joins "CBSN" with more.

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