Berlin says Greek request a 'starting point' for more talks

The German government appeared to make a step towards a last-minute deal between Athens and its creditors, saying Friday that Greece's request for a loan extension from its eurozone partners provided "a starting point" for more talks. Duration: 01:21 Feb 20, 2015

Canadian MP can't sit tight for vote

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A Canadian politician found himself in a tight spot on Thursday (February 19) after he stepped out of parliament during a procedural vote. When a fellow Feb 20, 2015

Political uncertainty hits Nigeria stocks

The postponement of Nigeria's general election has hit the country's faltering economy, adding to existing pressures caused by the global fall in oil prices. Duration: 01:11 Feb 20, 2015

Canadian MP can't sit tight for vote

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A Canadian politician found himself in a tight spot on Thursday (February 19) after he stepped out of parliament during a procedural vote. When a fellow Feb 20, 2015

Marc Jacobs finds his inner Diana Vreeland

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: American designer Marc Jacobs closed the week-long fashion feast in New York on Thursday (February 19) on the final day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. For Feb 21, 2015

Snow day for red pandas at Cincinnati Zoo

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A zookeeper at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden took a video of two red pandas having the time of their lives during a snow day on Thursday (February 20) Feb 20, 2015

Canadian MP can't sit tight for vote

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A Canadian politician found himself in a tight spot on Thursday (February 19) after he stepped out of parliament during a procedural vote. When a fellow Feb 20, 2015

Clashes in Hebron

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Dozens of Palestinians protesters clashed on Friday (February 20) with Israeli security forces near the main gate of Shuhada street in the West Bank city of Feb 20, 2015

Six hurt as trains collide in Switzerland

Two trains slammed into each other near the Swiss city of Zurich, tipping over carriages and injuring at least six people, one seriously, according to police. Feb 20, 2015

Greeks react ahead of Germany debt talks

Germany and Greece face off at yet another eurozone meeting Friday in search of a last-minute bailout compromise, with Berlin insisting Athens accept continued austerity in return for fresh debt aid. Duration: 01:05 Feb 20, 2015

No need to panic about swine flu, says JP Nadda

Lucknow, Feb 20 (ANI): Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda said on Friday that there is no need to panic about swine flu and that there is an adequate stock of medicines to deal with the pandemic. He added swine flu medicines were being sold by registered stores only but that did not mean there was a scarcity of the cure. Nadda also stressed on the need for personal hygiene and building up immunity to tackle the disease which spreads more in winters. Nadda also said healthcare workers were being vaccinated as they worked in close proximity with infected patients. Feb 20, 2015

Surat's diamond merchant buys NAMO's pinstripe suit, bid closes at 4.31 cr

Surat, Feb 20 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monogrammed pinstriped suit on Friday was bought by Surat-based Diamond merchant Laljibhai Patel as the bidding closed at 4 crores and 31 lakhs. Dharmanandan Diamonds Chairman Laljibhai Patel after winning the suit said that he will keep the suit in our office as a reminder of the noble cause he took part in. Reportedly, the monogrammed bandhgala is worth Rs 10 lakh. Modi had worn the suit during his meeting with the US President Barack Obama. The money which will come from the bidding will be used in the Ganga Cleaning Project. Feb 20, 2015