Sister of murdered hacking victim calls for press change

The sister of a prominent hacking victim, murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, Wednesday called on British Prime Minister David Cameron to keep his promise to change the way newspapers are regulated following the hacking scandal. Jun 26, 2014

Shimon Peres at W.House says Iraq may not stay united

Israel's Shimon Peres, who met with President Barack Obama, said he wondered if Iraq would remain a united country following the rise of the jihadist Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant. Duration: 00:54 Jun 26, 2014

Thousands Brazilian homeless protests in Sao Paulo

With vuvuzelas, drums, banners and thousands of Homeless Workers Movement (MTST) protesters marched Tuesday to the seat of the legislature of Sao Paulo city asking to legitimate their land occupations. Duration: 00:37 Jun 26, 2014

Iraqi Kurds say future of disputed Kirkuk in their hands

A major offensive by Sunni militants, led by jihadists from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), has only served to strengthen the conviction among Kurds that Kirkuk's future lies with the Kurdistan region. Duration: 02:06 Jun 25, 2014

Libya PM calls on Libyans to vote for new parliament

Libyans were voting Wednesday in a legislative election the authorities hope will end political turmoil and deadly violence that has gripped the country since the ouster of dictator Moamer Kadhafi. Duration: 00:56 Jun 25, 2014

S.Africa platinum miners back to work after wage deal

Thousands of miners on South Africa's platinum belt streamed back to work on Wednesday after reaching a wage deal with leading global producers that ended a crippling five-month strike. Duration: 00:53 Jun 25, 2014

Embattled Iraqi Turkmen take up arms against militants

In the Iraqi town of Taza Khurmatu, a motley brigade of Shiite Turkmen locals are defending their homes from encroaching Sunni militants. They are armed with assault rifles, machine guns and a few rocket-propelled grenade launchers. Duration: 00:52 Jun 25, 2014

Amateur films Ukrainian helicopter downed by rebels

Nine Ukrainian servicemen died on Tuesday when pro-Russian insurgents shot down an army helicopter in the separatist east just a day after a top militia leader ordered a temporary ceasefire. Duration: 00:31 Jun 25, 2014

Gopal Subramaniam negates all allegations against him, says not interested though a prestigious offe

New Delhi, June 25 (ANI): Former Solicitor General of India Gopal Subramaniam on Wednesday negated all the allegations on him and said that he is not interested though it was a prestigious post of the Supreme Court judge. Subramaniam said that he never had any links with A Raja or Nira Radia except for certain issues. The Former Solicitor General also said that he believes that the government was not in a position to accept his name or may have reservation on the same. He also refused having any fear that the agencies will find anything against him. Jun 25, 2014