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Move over, Pizza Rat – Mouse Spider is the stuff of nightmares

Australia's answer to Pizza Rat is an enormous, mouse-toting spider – and it is beyond terrifying

North Korea slams threat of “criminal” sanctions

Efforts at the U.N. to strengthen sanctions already in place since 2006 over nuclear tests and rocket launches are infuriating Pyongyang

Iraq-U.S. forces launch military offensive in Mosul against ISIS

Iraqi troops backed by the U.S. military are trying to retake Iraq's second largest city, Mosul, from ISIS. Reporting from the frontlines of the fight against ISIS is sometimes chaotic. Holly Williams is there with more.

Olympic swimmer thanks fan who spotted concerning mole

Australian Olympic swimmer Mack Horton took to social media last week to thank a fan who raised concern over the growth

Iraqi forces are closing in on Mosul

Iraqi and Kurdish forces have launched a new offensive against ISIS to retake the city of Mosul. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams joins CBSN from northern Iraq with the latest details on the fight to reclaim the city.

Once the jewel of Syria’s rebellion, Aleppo now faces collapse

The opposition-held districts of the Syrian city have been surrounded and under siege for months from Russian and Syrian warplanes

Iraqi forces fight off ISIS on the road to Mosul

Ten miles from Mosul, ISIS tried to hold off the Iraqi military with suicide car bombs

100 inmates–some barefoot–escape Haitian prison

The escapees stole an unknown number of weapons and some exchanged gunfire with police during the chaotic breakout

Ex-police chief arrested in connection to 43 missing students

The students from the teacher’s college at Ayotzinapa were taken by police in Iguala on Sept. 26, 2014, and have not been heard from since

Malala makes surprise visit to Denver high school

Malala's visit hadn’t been announced, and when she walked onto the stage, the audience erupted into cheers and screams

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