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Newman Relased From North KoreaPublished: 07 Dec 2013Total views: 251Video length: 1:28
Hurricane-Force Winds Batter UK, Threaten EuropePublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 780Video length: 1:00
Mandela Dies At 95, Bynes Released From RehabPublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 222Video length: 1:33
Africa Loses Beloved LeaderPublished: 06 Dec 2013Total views: 230Video length: 4:04
07 Dec 2013 : A new documentary shines a worrying and grisly light on a growing Latino pop culture phenomenon in the United States inspired by the deadly drug violence which has ravaged neighboring Mexico.
07 Dec 2013 : Mitchell Johnson said on Saturday Australia want to "cook" England a bit more in the field before going after another landslide win over England in the second Ashes Test.
12 Oct 2013 : The International Criminal Court was under fire over its "unfair" and "totally unacceptable" treatment of Africa, with African Union ministers calling for cases against Kenyan and Sudanese leaders to be deferred.
12 Oct 2013 : Finance chiefs of the G20 called for Washington to quickly resolve the political paralysis over its budget and debt ceiling.
12 Oct 2013 : Manager Roy Hodgson warned England not to take Poland lightly in their final World Cup qualifier next week after they took another stride towards Brazil with a 4-1 win over Montenegro.
12 Oct 2013 : Dozens of migrants, including children, died on Friday when their boat sank off Malta near the Italian island of Lampedusa, officials said just over a week after a similar tragedy killed more than 300 refugees.
12 Oct 2013 : Finance chiefs of the G20 on Friday called for Washington to quickly resolve the political paralysis over its budget and debt ceiling.
12 Oct 2013 : American troops have captured a senior leader of the Pakistani Taliban, a US official said Friday, in what could prove a major blow to the group amid moves to boost peace efforts in Afghanistan.
12 Oct 2013 : Three-time champions Germany, Belgium and Switzerland reached the World Cup finals on Friday as England, Russia and Bosnia-Herzegovina edged closer to Brazil.
12 Oct 2013 : Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said Friday his hours-long kidnapping was a coup attempt, as a car bombing outside Sweden's consulate in second city Benghazi underlined Libya's increasing lawlessness.
12 Oct 2013 : In the wake of last week's shipwreck tragedy in Italy, refugee and immigrant rights advocates are hoping for a change of heart in a country that is struggling to accept a new multi-cultural identity.
11 Oct 2013 : The International Criminal Court ruled Friday that Libya can try slain dictator Moamer Kadhafi's former spy chief, the first time it has deferred a case to a national judiciary.