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CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on claims that al Qaeda is building new bombs that cannot be detected by traditional means.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on President Obama's comments about the role of the U.S. in the crisis in Iraq.
Militants seized multiple cities in Iraq as the military fights back to regain control.
Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine's "chocolate king," says he won the country's presidential election. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
A billionaire candy tycoon known as the "Chocolate King" will be Ukraine's next president. A seasoned politician, Petro Poroshenko is known for his pro-European Union views and said Russia needs to participate in bringing peace to eastern Ukraine.
But his promises to work for peace are being overshadowed by a new round of bloody fighting.
CNN's Jim Sciutto is on the ground in Ukraine, where he's been reporting on the elections and ongoing violence there. In the 5 p.m. ET hour, after his live report on the Situation Room, Jim will jump onto Twitter to answer YOUR questions about Ukraine. Please send your questions to @JimSciutto using the hashtag #JimInUkraine.
Violence is surging again in Ukraine as pro-Russian militants are trying to impede Sunday's presidential elections. CNN's Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto is on the ground.
Putin said that Russian troops would be moved from the Ukraine border, but NATO says they have not seen any withdrawal.
In an interview with CNN, the President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition has some stern words for the United States and the Western world, slamming them for not coming to the aid of Syrian rebels fighting against the brutal regime of President Bashar al-Assad. But perhaps more importantly, he has a troubling warning: Syria is being overrun by Islamic jihadists, and they may threaten the West down the line. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
Putin makes his first visit to the disputed region of Crimea since Russia annexed it from Ukraine. Jim Sciutto reports.