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Back-And-Forth Fighting In Syria Carries OnPublished: 09 Dec 2013Total views: 55Video length: 0:55
Families Searching For Bodies In Central African RepublicPublished: 08 Dec 2013Total views: 266Video length: 1:12
Newman Relased From North KoreaPublished: 07 Dec 2013Total views: 329Video length: 1:28
Hurricane-Force Winds Batter UK, Threaten EuropePublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 824Video length: 1:00
09 Dec 2013 : The almost seven-decade life of Russian revolution leader Vladimir Lenin's statue in Kiev ended in spectacular fashion, with a half backwards somersault and dive head-first into the ground.
09 Dec 2013 : A fine 84th-minute goal by substitute Gerard Deulofeu earned Everton a 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Sunday that prevented the Premier League leaders from moving seven points clear.
18 Oct 2013 : Google shares surged to a record high, close to $1,000, after quarterly earnings figures showed the Internet giant's profits are climbing despite a trend toward cheaper advertising on smartphones and tablets.
18 Oct 2013 : The All Blacks suffered a double blow on the eve of Saturday's Test against the Wallabies with captain Richie McCaw and wing Cory Jane ruled out after picking up injuries in training.
18 Oct 2013 : Spain's defending world champion Jorge Lorenzo topped both practice sessions on Friday as title challenger Marc Marquez struck trouble ahead of this weekend's Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island.
18 Oct 2013 : Nearly 40 years after Brian De Palma's cult horror movie "Carrie" shocked audiences, a new adaptation of Stephen King's masterpiece tells the story in an America haunted by the Columbine and Newtown massacres.
18 Oct 2013 : WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama warned Thursday that America's recent bout of political dysfunction had encouraged its enemies and dismayed its friends, and said the crisis left "no winners" in Washington.
18 Oct 2013 : China's gross domestic product expanded 7.8 percent year-on-year in July-September, the government said Friday, snapping two quarters of slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy.
18 Oct 2013 : Residents faced scenes of devastation Friday after bushfires ravaged communities and destroyed "hundreds" of homes in southeastern Australia, leaving one man dead with dozens of blazes still out of control.
17 Oct 2013 : GENEVA - Swiss customs authorities said Thursday that they had arrested a bird specialist who smuggled the eggs of protected parrots in his underwear and travelled the globe including Thailand trading in rare species.
17 Oct 2013 : Washington - The US Senate voted to raise the debt limit ahead of a Thursday deadline and reopen the federal government, sending the legislation to the opposition-controlled House of Representatives for approval.
16 Oct 2013 : Russian protest leader Alexei Navalny Wednesday faced a court hearing that could halt his soaring political career or even see him led away to serve up to five years in a penal colony.