Final design of Barcelona's Sagrada Familia revealed

The Sagrada Familia church was meant to be Barcelona's crowning monument from famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, but construction on the Neo-Gothic building has taken longer than expected, 131 years so far. Duration: 01:04 Oct 2, 2013

War crimes court orders arrest of Kenyan over 'bribes'

The International Criminal Court said Wednesday it had issued a warrant for the arrest of a Kenyan for allegedly trying to bribe witnesses to drop their testimony in the crimes against humanity trial of Deputy President William Ruto. Duration: 00:40 Oct 2, 2013

UK cyclist's near miss at train crossing

Footage released by the British Transport Police shows a cyclist come within a whisker of being struck by a train after passing the security barrier at a crossing in Waterbeach, in the English county of Cambridgeshire. Oct 2, 2013

Berlusconi: Italy's Midas loses his touch

Abandoned by top aides and choked by legal woes, Silvio Berlusconi's defeat in a showdown with Prime Minister Enrico Letta on Wednesday was seen by analysts as a sign of his terminal decline. After two decades in politics, the bombastic tycoon who once compared himself to Jesus Christ cut an increasingly lonely figure as one by one his lieutenants broke ranks to support the government. Oct 2, 2013

Vietnam court jails activist lawyer for 30 months

A Vietnamese court sentences a prominent activist lawyer to 30 months in jail on tax evasion charges as hundreds of his supporters stage a protest in the capital against the one-party communist state's crackdown on dissent Oct 2, 2013

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