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Mass Funeral For 52 People Killed In YemenPublished: 10 Dec 2013Total views: 182Video length: 0:42
Thai PM Dissolves Parliament In Face Of ProtestsPublished: 09 Dec 2013Total views: 1,706Video length: 0:55
Gunmen Tour Streets Of Central African RepublicPublished: 09 Dec 2013Total views: 237Video length: 1:44
Protesters Topple Lenin Statue In UkrainePublished: 09 Dec 2013Total views: 274Video length: 0:29
10 Dec 2013 : A radical group linked to Al-Qaeda kidnapped two Spanish journalists reporting in Syria in September and is holding them captive, El Mundo newspaper reported on Tuesday.
10 Dec 2013 : Uruguay is to give a green light Tuesday to making marijuana legal, in a social experiment that countries plagued by drug-related crime worldwide will watch.
27 Oct 2013 : Powerful armed groups in Syria said attending peace talks or negotiating with the regime would be an act of "treason," as fighting raged on Sunday near Iraq and in Homs.
27 Oct 2013 : German spy chiefs will travel to the United States next week to demand answers following allegations that US intelligence has been tapping Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone, as a row over US snooping threatened to hurt transatlantic ties.
27 Oct 2013 : Ten bombings mainly targeting Shiite-majority areas of Baghdad province killed at least 41 people on Sunday, while 24 died in other attacks in Iraq, officials said.
27 Oct 2013 : Jorge Lorenzo won the Japan Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of Marc Marquez meaning the MotoGP world championship will be decided in the final race of the season.
27 Oct 2013 : Emerging markets have helped rake in a corporate earnings bonanza in recent years, but a sudden plunge in their currencies in mid-2013 due to an expected cut in US stimulus has sorely hit sales and profit.
27 Oct 2013 : At least five people were killed in nationwide clashes as Bangladesh's opposition Sunday began a three-day strike to demand the prime minister quit and make way for polls under a caretaker government.
27 Oct 2013 : A Chinese newspaper issued a front-page apology on Sunday recanting its bold defence of an employee arrested after reporting on a company's "financial problems", adding another twist to the high-profile media controversy.
27 Oct 2013 : Finland's image as an island of fiscal virtue in an ocean of European profligacy has eroded to the point that many ask if it can keep its stellar credit rating.
27 Oct 2013 : As the young girl's voice rings out into the desert night, singing a soft lullaby to the restless baby she holds, the audience is spellbound.
27 Oct 2013 : Sunday's midterm elections in Argentina look likely to confirm the beginning of the political end of President Cristina Kirchner, the Peronist leader whose popularity has hit record lows, polls show.