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Intense manhunt underway for France terror suspect

An intense manhunt continues in France and Germany for the terror suspect who opened fire near a Christmas markey in Strasbourg. At least two people were killed. CBS News correspondent Roxana Saberi reports.

Manhunt underway for Strasbourg Christmas market attacker

An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman who killed at least three people in what's being called a terror attack. The shooter opened fired near a Christmas market in Strasbourg on Tuesday. Police named a 29-year-old suspect who has been flagged for extremist ties. Roxana Saberi reports.

Mom accused of kidnapping son and fleeing to Brazil speaks out

A woman accused of abducting her son in a case that drew international attention is speaking out in her first U.S. interview. Marcelle Guimaraes, a Houston mother, took her son to Brazil in 2013 and never returned. She is charged with international parental kidnapping. Houston affiliate KHOU’s Marcelino Benito reports.

Mom accused of kidnapping son and fleeing U.S. breaks her silence

Marcelle Guimaraes' parents face sentencing on a kidnapping charge for helping their daughter take the boy to Brazil

2 dead, several wounded in shooting at Strasbourg Christmas market

French media reports a shooting took place inside a popular Christmas market

“They were all praying”: Gunman opens fire in cathedral, killing at least 4

While Brazil leads the world in total annual homicides, mass shootings are relatively rare

Lacrosse team leads “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” singalong

The team played the song during their game, encouraging spectators to sing along to the controversial lyrics

“Fortnite” gamer arrested after allegedly assaulting wife on live stream

Luke Munday, who goes by MrDeadMoth, apparently streamed the violent incident to thousands of online viewers

Macron promises minimum wage hike amid protests

French President Emmanuel Macron broke his silence Monday on the recent protests in Paris. He promised an increase to the minimum wage and tax relief for struggling workers. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata has the latest.

“20 million Yemenis are hungry,” U.N. envoy says

U.N.'s emergency relief coordinator says another quarter of a million face catastrophic consequences from lack of food

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