Ecuadorian police stormed the Mexican embassy. Here's why countries are upset.

Ecuador raided the Mexican embassy on April 5, where they arrested Jorge Glas, a former vice president of Ecuador who had been seeking asylum there. After being detained, Glas fell ill and was transferred to hospital, according to the national...

Yellen discusses national security concerns on trip to China

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is wrapping up her second trip to China in nine months. The trip is aimed at addressing escalating trade disputes between the world's largest economies as the two sides try to stabilize relations following a...

Hear what the Japanese prime minister said he wants to do in terms of US-Japan relations

Ahead of a closely watched summit with US President Joe Biden next week, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told CNN's Hanako Montgomery what he thinks of US-Japan relations and his country's changing defense capabilities.

On GPS: Does Israel have an effective strategy against Hamas?

Fareed asks former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett whether Israel can truly eradicate Hamas or its ideology through its war in Gaza.

Video shows police in Ecuador raiding Mexican embassy

Mexico is breaking diplomatic ties with Ecuador after police raided its embassy in Quito to arrest former Ecuadorian Vice President Jorge Glas. Journalist David Shortell reports.

Ex-Russian official issues warning about Putin

Vladimir Milov, Russia's former deputy minister of energy, tells CNN's Erin Burnett how he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin could impact the US presidential election and "complicate" President Biden's reelection campaign. Ex-CIA chief of...

"Tragedies like this happen in war," Israeli Minister on killing of aid workers

Bianna Golodryga speaks to Israel's Minister of Economy and Industry, Nir Barkat, after the IDF released a report blaming "mistaken identification" for Monday's airstrike that killed seven aid workers in Gaza.

Jim Acosta to Israeli spokesperson: Did Netanyahu make a bad bet?

CNN's Jim Acosta asks Tal Heinrich, spokesperson for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, about reports that first emerged in November that for years the Qatari government sent millions of dollars a month to Gaza. The New York Times reported...

Hear what White House official says Biden told Netanyahu

The National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby held a press conference after President Joe Biden's phone call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the humanitarian situation in Gaza and the White...

Watch Netanyahu's response to killing of World Central Kitchen workers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israeli forces "unintentionally struck innocent people in the Gaza Strip" after an IDF strike killed at least seven workers from the World Central Kitchen aid organization.

See protests in Jerusalem calling for Netanyahu to resign

CNN's Melissa Bell reports from Jerusalem where anti-government protesters took to the streets calling for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign.

Report: New Russia documents show Putin knew of terror threat

A report claims new documents suggests that Russian president Vladimir Putin had advance knowledge that a terror event in Russia was imminent just before the Moscow concert hall attack. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.

Expert has theory on why Putin may have ignored US intel before attack

Intelligence expert Beth Sanner discusses the possibility that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have ignored warnings and intelligence shared by the US ahead of the deadly attack at a concert venue complex in Crocus near Moscow.

The last Soviet leader's lost legacy, and Putin's path to dictatorship

From the Amanpour Archive: Christiane's 2012 conversation with Mikhail Gorbachev, and the legacy Putin has spent decades dismantling.

Hear Putin's response to terror attack at Moscow concert

Russian President Vladimir Putin released a statement after a terror attack at a concert near Moscow, calling it "barbaric." Despite ISIS claiming the attack, Putin says the "perpetrators" were headed to the Ukraine border before being captured.

Retired general has theory on why Putin is silent about attack at Russian concert hall

Ret. Lt. General Mark Hertling believes Russian President Vladimir Putin is 'a bit embarrassed' in the wake of an attack at a popular concert venue complex in Crocus near Moscow that has killed dozens.

Trump would be 'unpredictable' on Ukraine, warns his former ambassador to Moscow

John Sullivan, who served as US Ambassador to Russia under President Trump and President Biden, speaks with Christiane Amanpour about the war in Ukraine, Putin's re-election, and more.

Hear what Putin said about US court cases involving Trump after reelection win in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin won reelection and slammed the US political system in a post-election appearance. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.

'The Kremlin did not want this to happen': What voting lines tell expert about Russia's election

Former CNN Moscow bureau chief Jill Dougherty explains why the long voting lines and sporadic acts of defiance are significant for Russians who oppose Vladimir Putin.

Fareed: Putin doesn't need sanctions. He needs military setbacks

CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take as Russia votes in a presidential election that is expected to see President Vladimir Putin win a fifth term. Putin is already Russia's longest-serving ruler since Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.

Videos show Russian voters pouring dye on ballots, lighting fires near polling places

CNN's Matthew Chance reports on videos that are a show of defiance and indicate discontent bubbling in Russia as Russians go to the polls to decide if President Vladimir Putin has earned a fifth presidential term.