Hundreds in Egypt mark anniversary of army protests

Dozens of supporters and opponents of the army gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square Tuesday to mark the anniversary of anti-military protests, amid mounting anger over a memorial to those killed in Egypt's uprising. Duration: 00:42 Nov 19, 2013

Patriarch urges Christians to stay in Syria

Gregory Laham, the Syrian patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic church has called on his fellow Christians to stay in Syria, despite the brutal conflict raging in the country. Duration: 01:03 Nov 19, 2013

Shebab suicide attack against Somali police kills 16

At least 16 people were killed when Somalia's Shebab insurgents attacked a police station Tuesday, with a suicide car bomber blasting open the compound before commandos entered spraying gunfire, an army officer said. Duration: 00:49 Nov 19, 2013

Cameroon parish prays for abducted French priest

Father Georges Vandenbeusch's glasses are still lying abandoned on his desk, a reminder of the sudden kidnapping of the French priest a few days ago near Cameroon's border with Nigeria by Islamist group Boko Haram. Duration: 00:48 Nov 19, 2013

UN climate talks Filipino delegate continues hunger strike

As UN climate talks enter their final week, Naderev Sano, a member of the Philippines Climate Change Commission Philippines, has reached the eighth day of a hunger strike he launched "in solidarity" with his countrymen. Duration: 01:10 Nov 19, 2013

Call for Zimbabwe diamond sanctions to be lifted

South Africa calls on countries to lift outstanding sanctions against Zimbabwean diamond producers, at the opening of the Kimberley Process plenary meeting in Johannesburg. Duration: 01:10 Nov 19, 2013

Fukushima operator gives first glimpse of fuel rod removal

The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant offers the first glimpse of the operation to remove its fuel rods, the most dangerous job since the runaway reactors were brought under control two years ago. Duration: 00:42 Nov 19, 2013

Flash floods on Italy's Sardinia leave 18 dead

Italy declared a state of emergency on Tuesday after flash floods on the island of Sardinia left at least 18 people dead and forced hundreds to seek emergency shelter as the waters swept away bridges and flooded homes. Duration: 01:16 Nov 19, 2013

Lone gunman still at large despite massive manhunt

A massive manhunt was under way Tuesday in Paris, a day after a gunman shot and critically wounded a photographer at the offices of a major newspaper before opening fire outside a bank headquarters and hijacking a car. Duration: 01:37 Nov 19, 2013

Protests against militias continue in Libyan capital

Libya's government announced Tuesday plans to remove militias from the capital and eventually integrate them into the security forces, after a weekend of deadly clashes between militiamen and residents. Duration: 00:36 Nov 19, 2013

Strong blasts kill 23 near Iran embassy in Beirut

A double bomb attack outside the Iranian embassy in southern Beirut on Tuesday killed at least 23 people and wounded almost 150 in a Hezbollah stronghold, Lebanese government sources said. Duration: 00:53 Nov 19, 2013