Japan dolphin hunt protest

These protesters in the U.S. are demanding an end to Japan's annual Taiji dolphin hunt. They gathered outside the Japanese consulate in Los Angeles on Friday to make their point. This was one of Feb 14, 2015

Car bomb and carnage in suburban Damascus

--STORY CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES-- A car bomb explodes in suburban Damascus -- killing at least three people -- although rights groups say that figure is likely to rise. The video, which can not be Feb 14, 2015

Malema says South Africa in 'crisis' after parliament protest

The controversial founder of South Africa's Economic Freedom Fighters party Julius Malema, formerly youth leader in the ruling African National Congress until the party expelled him in 2012, says the country is facing a "crisis". Duration: 00:54 Feb 14, 2015

Clashes in Bahrain ahead of uprising anniversary

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Villages across Bahrain carried on protesting on Friday, ahead of the fourth anniversary of the country's uprising on Saturday. Shi'ite villages saw Feb 14, 2015

Obama brings tech firms into his cybersecurity push

President Barack Obama is asking Silicon Valley to join his plan to boost cybersecurity, as he takes new measures to improve sharing of threat information in the absence of legislation. Duration: 00:58 Feb 14, 2015

The journey out of Kosovo

Chaotic scenes in Pristina as people flock to buses to escape Kosovo. These people are hoping to head to Belgrade and from there, Western Europe. There is nothing easy about the journey. But its a Feb 14, 2015

Germany marks 70th anniversary of Dresden bombing

(SOUNDBITE) (English) MAYOR OF COVENTRY, ENGLAND, HAZEL NOONAN, SAYING: (SOUNDBITE RUNS OVER FOOTAGE OF BOY PLACING CANDLE ON CANDLE HOLDER) "This candle is from Coventry and represents peace and Feb 14, 2015

New Uruguay commission to look into dictatorship crimes

Uruguay's left-wing president-elect Tabare Vazquez announced the creation of a new Truth and Justice Commission that will look into Human Rights violations and the disappearance of regime dissidents during the military dictatorship. Duration: 00:40 Feb 14, 2015

France defends fighter sale to Egypt

France defends the controversial "historic" first foreign sale of its Rafale fighter jet to Egypt in a contract clinched in a breakneck three months, despite criticism over rights abuses by Cairo. Duration: 00:58 Feb 14, 2015