Ethnic Serbs torn over whether to vote in Kosovo elections

With two weeks to go until local elections in Kosovo, ethnic Serbs in the north are torn between boycotting the vote organised by Pristina, whose authority they have always rejected, and Belgrade's call for them to take part. Duration: 01:07 Oct 23, 2013

Kerry calls for action from Iran on nuclear issue

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday "words are no substitute for actions" on the Iran nuclear issue and said it was too early to talk about easing sanctions on the country. Duration: 01:24 Oct 23, 2013

Cambodian opposition supporters protest disputed polls

Thousands of Cambodian opposition supporters protested Wednesday over disputed elections that extended strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen's near three-decade rule, under a heavy security presence after bloody clashes last month. Duration: 00:48 Oct 23, 2013

UN-OPCW: Syria fully cooperative on chemical disarmament

Syria has so far "fully cooperated" in destroying its massive chemical arsenal, the chief of the joint Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and United Nations mission said Tuesday. Duration: 00:29 Oct 23, 2013

Huge bibimbap marks Korean Food Day

More than 10,000 people enjoy bibimbap, a popular Korean dish mixed with rice, vegetables, meat, eggs and chili pepper paste, during a traditional food festival called Korean Food Day in Seoul. Duration: 01:25 Oct 23, 2013

Funeral of Islamic Jihad militant killed by Israeli troops

A funeral is held in the West Bank for an Islamic Jihad militant killed by Israeli troops. Mohammed Assi was suspected of being responsible for the November 2012 bombing of a Tel Aviv bus that wounded 29 people. Duration: 00:43 Oct 23, 2013

French art fair celebrates fortieth year

France's International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) has taken over Paris for its 40th anniversary exhibition, with works from 184 galleries around the world brought together at Paris's Grand Palais. Duration: 00:35 Oct 23, 2013

Bolivia's churches plagued by sacred art theft

Bolivian churches are plagued by sacred art theft, with one robbery leaving the Virgin of Copacabana without her crown. An increased demand for religious artifacts sold on the black market is to blame, according to officials. Duration: 01:07 Oct 23, 2013

Mexico probes US spying

Mexico says it will investigate allegations that the United States spied on the emails of President Enrique Pena Nieto and his predecessor, the latest diplomatic wrangle stemming from America's intelligence-gathering efforts. Duration: 00:44 Oct 23, 2013

No chance Jamaat will win free and fair election: Bangladesh Journalist

Dhaka, Oct 23 (ANI): While talking about the upcoming polls in the country, Bangladesh Journalist, Shahriar Kabir has said that Jamaat-e-Islami would never gain people's support due to the crimes committed by them during the liberation war of 1971, and won't win in case of free and fair elections. Oct 23, 2013