UNRWA: Children are one quarter of fatalities in Gaza

UNRWA officials, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, say that women and children make up a sizeable number of the fatalities in Gaza, as Israel continues air strikes and artillery fire on the Gaza Strip. Duration: 01:14 Jul 15, 2014

F-35 jet issue not a major setback: Kendall

US Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics explains that the fleet of F-35 stealth fighter jets had to be grounded because of an engine fire a few weeks ago. Duration: 01:07 Jul 15, 2014

Airbus launches new A330neo jet at Farnborough

European planemaker Airbus on Monday launched the eagerly-awaited upgrade to its long-haul wide-body A330 jet -- the A330neo -- which boasts more fuel-efficient engines. Duration: 00:57 Jul 15, 2014

Kerry hunkers down for 'lengthy' Iran nuclear talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry pressed his Iranian counterpart Monday to make "critical choices", six days before a deadline to cut a historic deal that would finally dispel fears about Tehran's nuclear drive. Duration: 00:30 Jul 14, 2014

Girls who escaped Boko Haram make Abuja appearance

Five girls who escaped from abduction by Boko Haram in Northern Nigeria visited the BringBackOurGirls protest group in Abuja, after meeting privately with Pakistani schoolgirl campaigner Malala Yousafzai. Duration: 00:32 Jul 14, 2014

US teachers turn to crowd-funding for non-profit schools

Setting up a new school is never easy, especially in low-income areas, but teachers and parents in Chicago are turning to crowd-sourced online funding to get new early-learning institutions going. Duration: 02:04 Jul 14, 2014

Hamas: No flexibility in truce negotiations

As Israel's campaign to halt cross-border rocket fire entering its seventh day, Hamas does not appear to have backed down from its demands, with spokesman Mushir al-Masri telling AFP there would be no flexibility in truce negotiation. Duration: 00:45 Jul 14, 2014