DR Congo army seizes key position from rebels

Democratic Republic of Congo troops drove M23 rebels from key hilltop positions in the east of the country, pushing on with their assault despite calls for a truce. Duration: 00:36 Nov 5, 2013

Threat to development: Maoists blow up under-construction school in Latehar

Latehar, Nov 5 (ANI): Maoists resorting to violence and arson is not new. Their rampant attempts to hinder development work in recent times showcases beyond doubt the fear they have in their minds to cease progress in society. Further it seems they fear education to greater extent, more so because an educated individual is an informed individual, something the left wing extremists find hard to digest. Recently, Maoists blew up a portion of an under-construction school in Latehar district of Jharkhand, as the rebels tried to instill fear among the poor villagers. The rebels had threatened the contractors not to start with the construction of the school. However, the authorities took the threats lightly and began the construction work. Nov 5, 2013

Iraq security forces engage attackers of police station

Federal police and Iraqi army engage attackers who targeted a police station in the disputed northern province of Kirkuk, killing at least two policemen and wounding seven others as Iraq grapples with its worst bloodshed since 2008. Duration: 00:56 Nov 4, 2013

East African art starts to make its mark

The first ever auction of East African Modern and contemporary art, to be held in Nairobi November 5, is raising the profile of the region's growing art scene. Duration: 02:22 Nov 4, 2013

Paris SG ready for crucial Champions League group match

PSG coach Laurent Blanc says Champions League clash against Anderlecht is probably the most crucial match in the stages as PSG can secure their qualificiation for the next round with a win. Duration: 00:52 Nov 4, 2013

'Call of Duty' sequel to be released

A keenly-awaited sequel to the "Call of Duty" videogame franchise is expected to rally armies of zealous players and rack up dizzying sales when it is released on Tuesday. Duration: 00:53 Nov 4, 2013

Kerry calls for US-Saudi ties to stay on track

Secretary of State John Kerry called Monday for US-Saudi ties to stay "on track" ahead of talks with King Abdullah, after Saudi anger over US policy in the region flared into the open. Duration: 00:32 Nov 4, 2013

Boko Haram video claims attack that killed 35

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau said in a video released Sunday that he led an October 24 attack in which 35 people found in military uniform were killed in the Nigerian city of Damaturu. Duration: 00:34 Nov 4, 2013

Egypt: first images of Morsi since his arrest

In his first public appearance four months after the military toppled him, ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi attended court at the police academy in east Cairo. Duration: 00:36 Nov 4, 2013

Art stolen by Nazis found in Germany

Julian Radcliffe, chairman of the Art Loss Register, discusses the discovery in Germany of nearly 1,500 paintings including works by Picasso and Matisse looted by the Nazis. Duration: 01:17 Nov 4, 2013