NGOs, people wary of anti-rebel DR Congo offensive

NGOs and people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are wary of a possible offensive against Hutu rebels in the country's restive east, saying it could cause problems for the civilian population. Duration: 00:48 Feb 18, 2015

Trial of Pakistani al Qaeda suspect begins

Opening arguments begin in New York in the terrorism trial of Abid Naseer. The Pakistani man is accused of taking part in an al Qaeda plot to carry out attacks in the U.S. and Europe in 2008 and 2009 Feb 18, 2015

More than 600 rescued migrants arrive in Sicily

Hundreds of migrants arrive in Sicily after being rescued at sea. They are the latest of some 2000 refugees the Italian coast guard has saved off Libya's coast in recent days. The North African Feb 18, 2015

Greece handed ultimatum as eurozone bailout talks fail

Eurozone ministers have handed Greece an ultimatum to request an extension to its bailout programme after crunch talks collapsed, deepening a bitter standoff that risks seeing Athens bid farewell to the euro. Duration: 01:24 Feb 18, 2015

Record-setting amounts of snow hit US east coast

As yet another snow storm hits the US East Coast, Boston is using parking lots to store mountains of the white stuff cleared from streets, hiring snow-melting machines to deal with an all-time record influx for a February. Duration: 01:03 Feb 18, 2015

From Timbuktu to the Oscars, film shows life under Islamists

When Islamist insurgents fled the fabled Malian city of Timbuktu two years ago they left a trail of destruction, but out of the ashes the story of the 10-month occupation has been turned into a film -- which is now up for an Oscar. Duration: 02:28 Feb 18, 2015

Snowballs fly in Washington, DC

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) A deadly winter storm paralyzed much of the eastern United States on Tuesday (February 17), snarling transit and shutting down federal offices in the nation's Feb 18, 2015