Hundreds of investigators continue to sift through the wreckage of Saturday's train explosion in Quebec. In a news conference on Wednesday, the head of the Montreal Maine and Atlantic Railway pointed to insufficient hand brakes as a likely cause of the accident, which left 60 people missing or dead.
Leaders across Latin America shared concerns about the significance of the diversion of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane. Bolivian officials suggested the United States encouraged the diversion because Morales previously suggested he would consider granting asylum to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Nelson Mandela: In the latest chapter of an ongoing Mandela family feud, a court ruled that the bodies of three of Nelson Mandela's children must be moved from Mandela's birthplace back to the ailing former South African leader's hometown. Some who have been following the saga say the dispute is about greed.