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Ukraine PM: Protesters Will Be Punished For "Illegal Acts"Published: 05 Dec 2013Total views: 209Video length: 1:10
Thai Protesters To Pause For King's BirthdayPublished: 04 Dec 2013Total views: 787Video length: 1:16
Kim Jong Un's Uncle Believe To Be SackedPublished: 04 Dec 2013Total views: 325Video length: 1:08
U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Lights Up WashingtonPublished: 04 Dec 2013Total views: 188Video length: 0:58
05 Dec 2013 : The National Security Agency is collecting billions of records on the location of mobile phones around the world, The Washington Post reported, citing documents from US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
05 Dec 2013 : A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said.
08 Oct 2013 : About 100 international experts will have to spend up to a year in Syria destroying its chemical weapons in a mission of unprecedented danger, UN leader Ban Ki-moon said Monday.
08 Oct 2013 : Test cricket's under-achievers New Zealand and Bangladesh will strive to resurrect their fortunes after a dismal run when they open a two-match series in Chittagong on Wednesday.
08 Oct 2013 : We all live longer when times are good, right?
08 Oct 2013 : French telecom-equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent will cut 15,000 jobs worldwide, but create 5,000 other posts, financial newspaper Les Echos said on its website Monday.
08 Oct 2013 : The US military was holding and secretly interrogating an alleged Al-Qaeda operative Monday, after weekend raids on Libya and Somalia which also targeted an elusive Islamist Shebab commander.
08 Oct 2013 : Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner was to undergo surgery Tuesday to drain a brain hematoma, officials said, leaving her party in uncertainty in the run-up to this month's congressional elections.
08 Oct 2013 : The "unthinkable" threat of a US default weighed on Washington Monday, as a standoff over raising the government debt ceiling drowned out angst over a week-long government shutdown.
07 Oct 2013 : Three Moroccan teenagers arrested for posting photos of themselves kissing on Facebook were released to their parents on Monday ahead of their trial for breaching public decency, judicial sources said.
07 Oct 2013 : Nicolas Sarkozy's comeback hopes were given a major boost on Monday when judges investigating an election financing scandal dropped a corruption charge against the former French president.
07 Oct 2013 : China's economy is on a smooth and controlled slowdown, President Xi Jinping said on Monday, emphasising there was no reason to fear a hard landing.