Violence in Central African Rep. displaces thousands

The dusty road that leads from the Central African town of Damara to the capital is filled with families fleeing the latest deadly clashes between rebels and vigilante groups, leaving behind a ghost town. Duration: 0:51 Dec 5, 2013

Russian FM raps NATO over Ukraine protest comments

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday accused NATO of interfering in Ukrainian affairs, saying he did not understand why it felt it had the right to comment on Kiev's handling of mass street protests. Duration: 00:36 Dec 5, 2013

Arty commuting in sparkling Naples metro

Commuting has never been so arty -- taking the metro in Naples is now a cultural experience with the opening this week of the latest stop in a spectacular network of "art stations" by international designers. Duration: 02:19 Dec 5, 2013

Ukraine opposition keeps up protest despite PM warning

Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov on Wednesday warned the opposition to stop escalating the country's worst political crisis in a decade, as his embattled government sought to hold talks with Brussels and Moscow. Duration: 01:19 Dec 5, 2013

Coal rush ravages Borneo

A coal rush that has drawn international miners to East Kalimantan province has ravaged the capital, Samarinda, which risks becoming one giant coal pit if mining expands any further. Duration: 00:41 Dec 4, 2013