Sweden ready to attack in World Cup play-off vs Portugal

Sweden prepare to take on Portugal in Solna on Tuesday night in the second leg of their World Cup play-off after losing 1-0 in the first leg, and hope they will have more of an attacking game at home. Duration: 00:58 Nov 18, 2013

Kerry says two century US LatAm policy over

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday declared that a nearly 200-year-old policy which had governed Washington's relations with Latin America was finally dead. Duration: 01:22 Nov 18, 2013

Merkel demands explanation over 'grave' US spy claims

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Monday for answers over "grave" US spying accusations which, she said in a speech to parliament, were testing transatlantic ties, including fledging trade talks. Duration: 00:39 Nov 18, 2013

Violent tornadoes kill 7 in US Midwest, dozens injured

Residents in several US midwestern cities sifted through piles of rubble Monday as they recovered from violent tornadoes that ripped through the region, killing at least six and injuring scores. Duration: 00:40 Nov 18, 2013

Indonesia recalls ambassador to Australia in spying row

Indonesia recalls its ambassador to Australia in a furious response to reports that Australian spy agencies tried to listen to the phone calls of the Indonesian President, his wife and ministers. Duration: 01:33 Nov 18, 2013

France relocates Albanian refugee camp

Hundreds of Albanian asylum-seekers have been evacuated from underneath an overpass in Lyon and relocated in temporary housing in the surrounding area amidst tensions with local residents. Duration: 00:37 Nov 18, 2013

Murder of Central African judge sparks deadly clashes

Two civilians were killed in clashes in the Central African Republic Sunday sparked by the gunning down of a magistrate and his assistant by former members of the Seleka rebel group, a police source said. Duration: 00:37 Nov 18, 2013

Conservationists discuss ways to protect bluefin tuna

Conservationists meet in Cape Town Monday to discuss ways to protect the bluefin tuna population, which has been decimated by illegal fishing. Bluefin tuna can sell for over 10,000 US dollars per fish, due to a growing demand for sushi. Nov 18, 2013

Philippine typhoon survivors turn cave-dwellers

Victims who survived the Philippines super typhoon by huddling in a cave as a tsunami-like wave obliterated their community have now made it their home -- reduced to Stone Age conditions with nowhere else to go. Nov 18, 2013