Kenya protest over 'grass cutter' gang rape case

Hundreds of protesters marched through a Kenyan town Monday demanding justice for a schoolgirl who was brutally gang raped, ahead of the trial of suspects who were originally punished by being made to cut grass. Duration: 01:06 Jun 24, 2014

Kerry backs Iraq against 'existential' militant threat

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday pledged "intense" support for Iraq against the "existential threat" of a major militant offensive pushing toward Baghdad from the north and west. Duration: 01:19 Jun 24, 2014

Six-fingered family hopes Brazil wins its sixth World Cup title

The Da Silva family, who lives close to Brazil’s capital, shares a common trait: all 14 members were born with six fingers in each hand. A peculiarity they hope will bring luck to Brazil’s squad in winning their sixth World Cup title. Duration: 00:35 Jun 24, 2014

Army captures killer S. Korean conscript

A South Korean military conscript who shot dead five members of his unit near the border with North Korea is captured after wounding himself following a 24-hour standoff with thousands of troops. Duration: 00:35 Jun 23, 2014

Eight Bangladesh Islamists to hang for 2001 bombing

A Bangladeshi court sentences eight Islamists to death for a 2001 bomb attack that killed 10 people and wounded scores more during the country's main celebrations for the Bengali new year. Duration: 00:41 Jun 23, 2014

Christians lose divisive bid to use 'Allah' in Malaysia

Malaysia's highest court dismisses a bid by Christians for the right to use the word "Allah", ending a years-long legal battle that has escalated religious tensions in the Muslim-majority country. Duration: 00:39 Jun 23, 2014

Watchdog: All of Syria's chemical weapons removed.

The last of Syria's declared chemical weapons have been shipped from the war-torn country and are en route for destruction at sea, the world's chemical weapons watchdog said on Monday. Duration: 00:52 Jun 23, 2014

Egypt jails Jazeera journalists for up to 10 years

An Egyptian court Monday sentenced three Al-Jazeera journalists including Australian Peter Greste to jail terms ranging from seven to 10 years after accusing them of aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. Duration: 00:49 Jun 23, 2014