French trial opens amid Roma polemic

Twenty-seven ethnic Roma go on trial for organised theft in France, amid a political row over the treatment of France's Roma population. French trial opens amid Roma polemic. Duration: 00:51 Sep 30, 2013

Kenyan MPs inspect mall massacre wreckage

As shopkeepers return to the Westgate Mall to retrieve items that survived the four day siege by gunmen, Kenyan MPs startan investigation into alleged intelligence failings over the deadly attack. Duration: 01:40 Sep 30, 2013

West strengthened jihadists' hand in Syria: rebels

The hesitation of the West to support moderate rebels in Syria has pushed them closer to jihadists from abroad, giving an increasingly Islamist tint to the rebellion against Bashar al-Assad, according to rebels in Aleppo. Duration: 01:00 Sep 30, 2013

Syria's neighbours plead for help with refugees

Syria's neighbours plead for more international support to deal with the huge influx of refugees from the war-ravaged country, warning that the burden could destabilise the whole region. Duration: 01:09 Sep 30, 2013

Powerful Iran forces against Rouhani: analyst

Iranian President Hasan Rouhani has come under pressure in recent days over what some see to be bold strides away from his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s controversial policies. Duration: 00:46 Sep 30, 2013

US government shutdown looms

Hundreds of thousands of US government workers came to work Monday without knowing whether they will be needed on Tuesday, as federal agencies faced a devastating shutdown. Duration: 01:00 Sep 30, 2013

Turkey PM unveils reforms

Turkey on Monday moved to scrap restrictions on the use of the minority Kurdish language among democratic reforms seen as key to the stalled peace process with the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Duration: 00:28 Sep 30, 2013

Italy coalition in danger after Berlusconi pullout

Italy braced for market reactions on Monday as Prime Minister Enrico Letta battled to save his coalition from collapse after Silvio Berlusconi said he was pulling his party's ministers out of the cabinet. Duration: 00:28 Sep 30, 2013

Airbus delivers first A400M military plane

After years of delays and huge cost over-runs, Airbus has delivered its first A400M military transport plane, handing over the huge turboprop to France. Duration: 00:54 Sep 30, 2013

Knox, ex-lover retrial for Italy murder begins

The retrial of Amanda Knox and her former lover for the murder of a British student begins in Florence, with lawyers for the victim saying her family was long overdue the truth behind one of Italy's most notorious crimes. Duration:01:32 Sep 30, 2013

Israel: Iran intentions should be judged on deeds

Israeli President Shimon Peres said on Monday that arch-foe Iran's bid to allay Western fears over its nuclear programme should be judged "by deeds" rather than a mere charm offensive. Duration: 00:39 Sep 30, 2013

Russia extends detention of more Greenpeace crew

A Russian court orders the detention for two months of eight more crew members of a Greenpeace ship who protested against Arctic oil drilling as part of a probe into alleged piracy. Duration: 00:36 Sep 30, 2013