Detroit auto show, record year for luxury cars

At the Detroit auto show, many luxury car makers are celebrating a record year. But it’s not a sector without its challenges, as new competitors vie for position. Duration: 02:21 Jan 16, 2014

Erdogan denounces Islamic rival's 'empire of fear'

Turkey's embattled Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared open war Wednesday on what he labelled an "empire of fear" created by an Islamic rival at the heart of a deepening political crisis. Duration: 00:39 Jan 16, 2014

Kate Moss still top of her game at 40

It's been 26 years since the skinny girl from south London was spotted at JFK airport, but Kate Moss, who celebrates her 40th birthday on Thursday, is still on top of her game. Duration: 02:03 Jan 16, 2014

Reactions to Danish tourist rape in New Delhi

Indian police round up a group of men over the alleged gang-rape of a 51-year-old Danish tourist who lost her way near the backpacker's area of the capital, officers say. Duration: 00:59 Jan 16, 2014

Implats miners in S.Africa 'eager' for strike: union

South Africa's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) threatens strikes across the platinum and gold sectors if employers refuse to give in to demands for higher pay. Duration: 01:04 Jan 15, 2014

Dozens killed in spate of attacks in Iraq

A wave of attacks in Iraq, including a series of coordinated car bombs in Baghdad, killed 46 people Wednesday as militants took more territory from security forces in crisis-hit Anbar province. Duration: 00:34 Jan 15, 2014

Trinamool MP Somen Mitra resigns

Kolkata, Jan 15 (ANI): Dissident Trinamool Congress MP Somen Mitra on Wednesday resigned from his Lok Sabha seat. Accusing the Trinamool Congress leadership of "speaking the language of Hitler's Nazi regime" and deviating from the promises it made to the people before coming to power, Mitra is all set to re-join the Congress party. Reacting over this TMC leader Madan Mitra said that his party is happy with the resignation of Somen Mitra. Jan 15, 2014

Nursery Admissions: Delhi High Court reserves order

New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Delhi High Court on Wednesday reserved order on petition of Action Committee of Unaided Recognized Private Schools for staying LG's order on nursery admission process. Lawyer Ashok Aggarwal on Wednesday said that the division bench has heard the issues of nursery schools and the court has reserved the orders which it can pronounce in two or three days. He further said that the verdict will be for the welfare of students. Jan 15, 2014