Spain honors 191 victims of 2004 Madrid train bombs

Spaniards commemorated Tuesday their country's deadliest peacetime attack, a decade to the day since Al-Qaeda-inspired bombers blew up four packed commuter trains and killed 191 people in Madrid. Duration: 00:45 Mar 12, 2014

Swedish-British journalist gunned down in Kabul

A gunman shot dead a Swedish-British journalist at close range in central Kabul on Tuesday in an unexplained daylight murder that shocked foreign residents living in a city on high alert ahead of elections. Duration: 00:30 Mar 12, 2014

Clashes erupt in Turkey after teen protester dies

Turkish riot police fired tear gas Tuesday at protesters massed outside a hospital after the death of a teenage boy wounded during anti-government protests last year and left comatose. Duration: 00:44 Mar 12, 2014

Judge killed by Israeli troops at Jordan border buried

Raed Zeiter, a Palestinian with Jordanian citizenship who worked as a judge in Amman, was buried in the West Bank city of Nablus. The 38 year-old man was shot at the Allenby Bridge crossing between the West Bank and Jordan. Duration: 00:25 Mar 12, 2014

CCTV shows baby elephant born at British zoo

Video footage of the birth of a baby elephant at a British Zoo has been released. The as yet unnamed calf was born at Twycross Zoo, adding to their herd of four Asian elephants, an endangered species. Duration: 00:31 Mar 11, 2014

Friend says Pistorius had 'big love' for guns

Oscar Pistorius was passionate about guns, a friend testified on Tuesday, telling the court how the Paralympian had fired a gun through a sunroof and again inside a crowded restaurant. Duration: 00:53 Mar 11, 2014

Many dead in Maoist attack on Indian police patrol

Maoist rebels killed at least 15 members of India's security forces in a massive attack in Chhattisgarh state, less than a month before the country holds elections, police say. Duration: 00:27 Mar 11, 2014

Taliban shattering cultural roots of Gilgit

Gilgit Baltistan, March 11: Gilgit Baltistan is striving to regain its lost sheen. with the mushrooming of terror camps, Pakistan's policy of divisiveness has left the region struggling against Talibanisation. Mar 11, 2014

Shinde condemns Chattisgarh Naxal attack

New Delhi, Mar 11 (ANI): Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Tuesday condemned the attack on the CRPF and the police of Chhattisgarh, hours after the home-grown rebels carried out a major attack in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district, killing at least 15 security personnel and one civilian. He added that they are taking it very seriously and will fight against the Naxal movement. Mar 11, 2014