Spanish chefs battle it up in Tapas competition

Chefs take part in the final phase of the tenth edition of the National Skewers and Tapas competition at the Cupola del Milenio in Valladolid, Spain on November 4, 2014. Duration: 00:40 Nov 5, 2014

Sudan, S.Sudan to resume work on disputed border

The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan agreed Tuesday to resume work to demarcate their contested border, a dispute that boiled over into armed conflict between the countries in 2012. Duration: 00:41 Nov 5, 2014

Kerry: US and China need long-term strategic vision

US Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday the relationship between the United States and China presented a "profound opportunity" for both powers, warning it needed to be "carefully managed." Duration: 00:49 Nov 5, 2014

AU sets Burkina two-week deadline for return to civilian rule

The African Union council has given the new Burkina Faso regime two weeks to return to civilian rule following the ousting of the president. Opposition leader Zéphirin Diabré said dialogue would be needed to meet the target. Duration: 01:02 Nov 4, 2014

France and Canada stand side by side in terror fight

Visiting French President François Hollande brings a message of solidarity in the global fight against terrorism to Canada's parliament, less than two weeks after a lone gunman stormed its halls. Duration: 00:53 Nov 4, 2014

Australian novelist wins top French literary award

An Australian writer, Lily Brett, on Tuesday won France's Prix Medicis literary award for best foreign book for "Lola Bensky", a novel drawing on her experience as a 1960s rock journalist and the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Duration: 00:41 Nov 4, 2014

Two dead, thousands evacuated in Argentina floods

Two people have died and thousands evacuated during floods in Argentina's Buenos Aires province following more than 40 hours of incessant heavy rains since Thursday. Duration: 01:19 Nov 4, 2014

Suspended India and Pakistan border ceremony resumes

Wagah Border, Nov 4 (ANI): India and Pakistan on Tuesday resumed daily flag-lowering ceremony on the main land border crossing, a day after it was suspended as mark of respect for those killed in a suicide bomb attack on the Pakistan side near the border. At least 57 people were killed and 110 wounded when an explosion ripped through a car park about 500 metres (yards) from Pakistan's border gate just as hundreds of people were leaving after the daily performance on Sunday. In this backdrop, Ministry of Home Affairs had said the daily flag-lowering ceremony would be suspended as a mark of respect for the dead. However, later Pakistani officials changed their stance and decided to go ahead with the ritual to send a message to the militants. Nov 4, 2014

Shi'ite Muslims take out procession to observe Ashoura

Bhopal/ Bhiwandi, Nov 4 (ANI): Shi'ite Muslims in India beat their chests and walked on burning coals during Ashoura processions on Tuesday to pay homage to martyrdom of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammed. In Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh, Muslim devotees thumped their chests, to mark the mourning day of Ashoura, one of the most important days in their calendar. A mourner Asghar Ali said that sacrifice of Imam Hussein was not for a particular religion but it was a fight against evil. Nov 4, 2014