Egypt's Sisi 'will not interfere' after Jazeera trial

President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Tuesday Egypt's authorities "will not interfere in judicial matters" a day after three Al-Jazeera journalists were jailed for between seven and 10 years. Duration: 01:02 Jun 25, 2014

Ceasefire holds in Ukraine's flashpoint city of Slavyansk

Ukraine's new Western-backed president faced pressure on Tuesday to negotiate with top rebel commanders after a surprise turnabout in which the insurgents agreed to a truce and talks on ending their pro-Russian uprising. Duration: 00:46 Jun 25, 2014

Organic farm in Benin sows example for Africa

With his pilgrim's staff and Panama hat, Father Godfrey Nzamujo nips up and down the paths of Songhai, the organic farm he created nearly 30 years ago as a tool against poverty and rural migration in Africa. Duration: 02:21 Jun 25, 2014

US John Kerry visist Iraqi Kurdistan, meets leader

US Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced visit to Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region Tuesday as he pressed an urgent diplomatic drive to stop the fractious country tearing apart. Duration: 00:41 Jun 25, 2014

Pilots lacked automation understanding in Asiana crash

The pilots of a South Korean airliner that crashed in San Francisco last year depended too much on automated systems they didn't understand, the head of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said Tuesday. Duration: 00:56 Jun 25, 2014

Kerry in Kurdistan presses for unity to solve Iraq crisis

On an unannounced trip to Arbil in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, US Secretary of State John Kerry pushes for Iraqi unity against a militant onslaught which the UN says has left over 1,000 dead. Duration: 01:07 Jun 25, 2014

Beirut blast kills Lebanese security officer

A suicide car bombing in a southern Beirut suburb injures 12 people. The explosion took place near an army checkpoint where football fans were watching a World Cup match. Duration: 00:33 Jun 24, 2014

Protesters burn mock World Cup trophy in Brasilia

Some 150 protesters burned Monday a mock World Cup trophy just before the Brazil-Cameroon match in Brasilia. The protest was peaceful and there were no clashes with the police. Duration: 00:42 Jun 24, 2014

Japan unveils 'world's first' android newscaster

Japanese scientists on Tuesday unveiled what they said was the world's first news-reading android, eerily lifelike and possessing a sense of humour to match her perfect language skills. Duration: 01:20 Jun 24, 2014