Greek neo-Nazi lawmakers indicted

Four lawmakers from Greece's Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party were charged Wednesday with belonging to a criminal organisation as the authorities move to dismantle the group after the murder of an anti-fascist musician. Oct 2, 2013

Yemen jails Qaeda militants for suicide bombing

A Yemeni court on Wednesday jailed Al-Qaeda militants for up to 10 years for plotting a suicide bombing that killed 86 soldiers and wounded 171 others last year. Duration: 00:40 Oct 2, 2013

Image-conscious China chides its 'unruly' tourists

Chinese tourists should not pick their noses in public, pee in pools or steal airplane life jackets, China's image-conscious authorities have warned in a handbook in their latest effort to counter unruly behaviour. Duration: 01:09 Oct 2, 2013

French protest over Sunday closure of DIY stores

French workers and DIY fans have been gathering in central Paris today to protest new regulations meaning that DIY stores will no longer be allowed to open for business on Sundays. Duration: 00:58 Oct 2, 2013

Cameras capture Sumatran rhino in Indonesia

Hidden cameras capture images of the critically endangered Sumatran rhino on the Indonesian part of Borneo island, where it was thought to have long ago died out, the WWF say. Duration: 00:22 Oct 2, 2013

Berlusconi drops bid to topple Italy government

Italy's Silvio Berlusconi abandons his bid to topple Prime Minister Enrico Letta, saying he would vote to support the government in a humiliating climbdown after key allies rebelled.  Oct 2, 2013

E-cigarette inventor fights for financial rewards

The Chinese inventor who dreamed up the electronic cigarette in a nicotine-induced vision says that despite its global popularity, copycat versions and legal disputes mean he has battled to cash in on his creation. Duration: 01:15 Oct 2, 2013

Intl court resumes trial of Kenya deputy PM Ruto

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant Wednesday against a Kenyan accused of trying to bribe witnesses to drop their testimony in the crimes against humanity trial of Deputy President William Ruto. Oct 2, 2013

Golden Dawn leader to appear before magistrates

Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos is set to go before Greek magistrates Wednesday to face criminal charges as part of a crackdown on the neo-Nazi group following the murder of an anti-fascist musician. Duration: 00:30 Oct 2, 2013

Weak rupee injects booster dose to Indias medical tourism

New Delhi, Oct 02 (ANI): A weak rupee coupled with a range of quality healthcare options focussed on providing hassle free healing experience to the foreign patients is driving a boom in India's medical tourism industry. The study conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM) said the fall in the rupee has made medical treatment cheaper for foreign patients by nearly 25-30 percent and has also led to a spur in the number of foreign patients arriving in India over the past six months. The overseas patients come to India for complex surgeries involving the chest, the intestines, and transplantation of organs or replacement of the joints. Oct 2, 2013

Bangladesh filmmaker seeks India's support to uphold spirit of liberation war

Agartala, Oct 02 (ANI): Veteran Bangladeshi filmmaker, Nasiruddin Yousuff, sought India’s support to uphold the spirit of 1971 liberation war, while he urged it to join in the fight against the fundamentalists. Yousuff formed a group called 'Friends of Bangladesh' and is holding seminars and talks in his country and outside to ask people to raise their voices against the rising religious fundamentalist groups in Bangladesh. Yousuff said in Agartala, Tripura that he formed the group to garner support not only from India but from other nations. Oct 2, 2013

Manipur's border town Moreh gets its first court of Judicial Magistrate.

Moreh, Oct 02 (ANI): The first ever Court of Judicial Magistrate First class cum Civil court at Moreh was recently inaugurated by the Chief Justice of Manipur High Court, Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre. The court is the first of its kind in Manipur and it has video conferencing facility. Plans are on to establish more such courts in every district of the state. The state got an independent high court this year in March. Moreh, situated in Chandel district is located on the border with Myanmar. The opening of the court has come as a relief for people of the town who earlier had to travel long distances to settle legal matters. Oct 2, 2013

BSF hails Bangladesh's efforts to curb crime

Salbagan, Oct 02 (ANI): Indian border guard official appreciated Bangladesh efforts in curbing border crimes, while hailing the closer cooperation between the guards of both the countries in an attempt to bring an end to infiltration, trafficking and smuggling by criminals. Tripura shares a long border with Bangladesh and normally friendly relations between India and Bangladesh have often been marred by border firing, especially after New Delhi began fencing off the frontier to stop illegal migrants, cattle smugglers and militants. Oct 2, 2013