Maboneng: a hotspot for hipsters in downtown Johannesburg

Thirty year-old entrepreneur Jonathan Liebmann has transformed a no-go area of Johannesburg into the city's most fashionable neighbourhood. The Maboneng Precinct boasts cafes and loft apartments where dilapidated warehouses stood. Duration: 02:19 Nov 16, 2013

Fresh clashes in Libya's Tripoli

Fresh clashes erupted in a Tripoli suburb on Saturday, witnesses and the Libyan government said. Duration: 00:46 Nov 16, 2013

China announces easing of one-child law

Beijing's relaxation of its hugely controversial one-child policy is an attention-grabbing first step, but it will have to usher in greater changes if China is to tackle its looming demographic timebomb, experts say. Duration: 00:45 Nov 16, 2013

Aid pushes through to Philippine typhoon survivors

Substantial food and medical aid is finally reaching desperate survivors of a super typhoon that killed thousands in the Philippines, but humanitarian groups warn of huge challenges in accessing devastated, remote communities. Duration: 01:07 Nov 16, 2013

UK-based Tamils protest against PM's Sri Lanka summit

Britain-based Tamils demonstrated opposite Downing Street in central London Friday, against British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to Sri Lanka for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Duration: 01:31 Nov 16, 2013

Bachelet favored to return in Chile election

The "Bachelet Clones" are a group of women from the working-class neighborhood of Maipú, in Santiago, who are fervent supporters of Chile's socialist presidential candidate Michelle Bachelet. Duration: 01:19 Nov 16, 2013

Deschamps admits France undone by physical Ukraine

France coach Didier Deschamps admits that his team couldn't cope with the physical approach of their opponents after Les Bleus lost 2-0 to Ukraine in their World Cup play-off first leg. Duration: 01:17 Nov 16, 2013

Serbia, Czechs tied 1-1 in Davis Cup final

Serbia and defending champions the Czech Republic were tied 1-1 after the first day of the Davis Cup final on Friday as Novak Djokovic and Tomas Berdych swept through in straight sets. Duration: 01:32 Nov 16, 2013

Kut Festival sends out a message of peace and harmony

Manipur, Nov 16 (ANI): The vibrant folkdances performed by the tribal people in the hills of Manipur reflect their joy and happiness. Celebrated every year, Chavang-Kut brings together Kukis, Chins and Mizo tribes. Nagas and Meitei also participate in it to make it an occasion of peace and unity in the state. Nov 16, 2013

Manmohan Singh addresses rally to woe Mizoram before LS polls

Aizawl, Nov 16 (ANI): Addressing a rally in Aizwal in Mizoram, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that UPA government have worked hard and resulted in many positive developments in the state in the last nine years. He also talked about various policies that UPA government brought about for the welfare of the state. He said that Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi have shared a special connection with the state, and so does Congress party representing it in the Lok Sabha for over years now. Nov 16, 2013

Bharat Ratna for eminent scientist Prof. C N R Rao

Bangalore, Nov 16 (ANI): The government on Saturday decided to confer the Bharat Ratna, the nation's highest civilian award, on eminent scientist Professor C.N.R.Rao. Prof. C.N.R. Rao is an eminent scientist and a well recognized international authority on solid state and materials chemistry. Nov 16, 2013

Pak on the hunt to cross LoC despite snowfall, wont be successful: BSF

Srinagar, Nov 16 (ANI): The BSF on Saturday informed that Pakistani troops were on constant hunt to cross the Line of Control along the border despite the fact that snowfall has already started in the region, however, any attempt to violate ceasefire will be dealt with. Nov 16, 2013