In Ukraine war zone, a rebel pharmacy seeks to ease pain

Inside a once-abandoned pharmacy in Donetsk in Ukraine's war zone, Doctor Andrei Volkov is thrilled. Medicine -- 150 bags of it -- has just arrived. But Volkov won't earn any money from it. He plans to give it away for free. Duration: 01:00 Jan 22, 2015

France launches gastronomic fightback

Top French chefs Alain Ducasse and Guy Savoy launch gastronomic fightback amid fears that standards have slipped -- announcing a day (19 March) when French cuisine will be celebrated in restaurants around the world. Duration: 01:02 Jan 22, 2015

Cuba, US see good first day of historic talks

US and Cuban officials launched historic talks to shed their Cold War-era hostility Wednesday, complimenting each other on the first day's progress despite persistent differences over migration policy. Duration: 00:56 Jan 22, 2015

Russia's Lavrov: US 'wants to dominate the world'

Russia on Wednesday responded disparagingly to President Barack Obama's annual State of the Union address, claiming it showed that the United States wanted to dominate world affairs. Duration: 00:54 Jan 22, 2015

French parliament euthanasia debate draws protest

As French parliament opens a debate on a bill that would allow doctors to place terminally-ill patients into a deep sleep until they die, opponents of the measure gather outside parliament for a protest. Duration: 01:01 Jan 22, 2015

France to put 3,000 people under surveillance, PM says

Some 3,000 people will be monitored as part of France's fight against terrorism, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Wednesday, unveiling security measures in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. Duration: 01:01 Jan 22, 2015

Jerusalem mayor pays tribute to Paris attack victims

Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat visits the sites of this month's Paris attacks, laying wreaths outside Charlie Hebdo's offices and a Jewish supermarket that was the scene of a hostage-taking. Duration: 00:57 Jan 22, 2015

Syriza members speak out as Greeks headed for elections

Greece's snap general election set for January 25 made once-marginal Syriza party storm to the forefront of the political scene. Spurred by anger and poverty, speculation now swirls over what Syriza will do once in power. Duration: 01:22 Jan 22, 2015

Police pair with tech companies to improve body-cam usage

US police forces are stepping up trials of body-cameras, in the wake of anger over the deaths of several young black men in confrontations with officers, but the new technology is posing significant challenges. Duration: 02:16 Jan 22, 2015