Suu Kyi says unable to stop anti-Muslim violence in Myanmar

Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday said it was not up to her to stop anti-Muslim violence in her country, but that the solution was to install the rule of law. "It's not something that I alone could do, but I think what this whole society has to strive to do," the democracy icon told reporters in Warsaw during a tour of central Europe. Duration: 01:00 Sep 12, 2013

Merkel backs German car sector on campaign stop

Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday defended Germany's big-hitting carmaking industry which is battling new EU environmental rules, on an election campaign stop at a major auto show. Duration: 00:33 Sep 12, 2013

McLaren roars into China luxury auto market

Britain's McLaren Automotive on September 12, 2013 opened its first dealership in mainland China in hopes the country's wealthy will buy its race car-inspired vehicles for up to $2.1 million apiece. Duration: 00:29 Sep 12, 2013

Philippine troops, Muslim rebels clash in Zamboanga

Philippine soldiers along with their armored personnel carrier fire back at rebels' positions during fire fight between government forces and Muslim rebels as stand-off enter its fourth day in Zamboanga City in southern island of Mindanao on September 12, 2013. Duration: 00:31 Sep 12, 2013

MSF concerned by violence in Central Africa

The humanitarian organisation Médecins sans frontières (MSF) says it is increasingly concerned by the religious dimension of fighting in the Central African Republic. On Wednesday, officials in the country said fighting between supporters of the country's ex-president and the man who ousted him has killed almost 100 people. Duration: 00:37 Sep 12, 2013

Salvage operation nears for cruise ship wreck

Salvage workers will attempt to raise Italy's Costa Concordia cruise ship on Monday, weather permitting, in an unprecedented operation costing more than 600 million euros ($798 million), officials said. Duration: 00:41 Sep 12, 2013

Thousands of teachers protest Mexico education law

Thousands of teachers demonstrated in Mexico City Wednesday and some scuffled with police keeping them away from President Enrique Pena Nieto's residence, one day after he signed into law a controversial education reform that requires teachers to undergo mandatory performance tests.Duration: 00:52 Sep 12, 2013

Palamu: Security forces undergo special training to combat Maoists

Palamu, Sep 12 (ANI): Security forces received special training and tactics during a campaign to combat Maoism in Jharkhand's Palamu district. Around 100 cadres were given special physical training and taught advanced tactics in the campaign. The 24 days campaign conducted by Jharkhand police aimed at preparing these cadres not only to fight the rebels but also for emergency situations like riots. Hardcore physical training, use of advanced weapons and protective suits were some of the highlights of the training. Sep 12, 2013

Baghdad blast site inspected after deadly attack

Scenes of Iraqi citizens inspecting the site of an explosion on September 12, 2013 that went off the previous day near Tamimi mosque, a Shiite place of worship, in Baghdad's northern neighbourhood of Kasra. Dozens were wounded in the violence, and locals exacted a grim revenge on one man suspected of being a second attacker in the mosque bombing, which comes amid Iraq's worst bloodshed since 2008. Duration: 00:28 Sep 12, 2013

New anti-government protests hit Turkey

Police used water cannon and tear gas overnight Wednesday in a bid to break up fresh anti-government protests across Turkey, media said. Thousands of people angry over the death of a 22-year-old demonstrator in southern Turkey on Monday clashed with police in Istanbul, the capital Ankara, the western city of Izmir as well as in the southern cities of Mersin and Atakya. Duration: 00:33 Sep 12, 2013

Netherlands sorry for Indonesia colonial killings

The Netherlands seeks to "close a difficult chapter" with its former colony Indonesia by publicly apologising for summary executions carried out by the Dutch army in the 1940s. Duration: 00:47 Sep 12, 2013

Trekkers home after brutal Papua New Guinea attack

A group of Australian and New Zealand trekkers brutally attacked by bandits in Papua New Guinea tell of their harrowing ordeal and horror as two porters were butchered. Duration: 00:32 Sep 12, 2013