Kanye West unveils his new sneaker Yeezy Boost

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Rapper turned fashion designer Kanye West unveiled his new Yeezy Season 1 clothing line and new sneaker, the Yeezy Boost, during the first day of Mercedes Feb 14, 2015

Home for the holidays in China

It's an annual journey that begins one step at a time as tens of thousands head to the train station in Shanghai to make their way home to celebrate the Lunar New Year. For more than a billion people Feb 13, 2015

Kate - and baby bump - come to Portsmouth

It was the Duchess's first public appearance since returning from vacation in Mustique. Six months pregnant, she was visiting the Ben Ainslie sailing facility in Portsmouth to help promote sailing as Feb 13, 2015

100 houses evacuated in Chile's forest fires

Forest fires are raging in Chile, forcing residents from as many as 100 homes to evacuate. Officials are battling the blaze from the sky and on the ground, where more than 2,700 hectares, or nearly Feb 13, 2015

Greeks hint at debt hope to EU partners

Optimism on the streets of Athens. "Opportunity for compromise" read one newspaper headline. Greece has agreed to talk to its creditors about a solution to its international bailout. The news could Feb 13, 2015

Mass whale stranding in NZ, some 25 dead

Rescuers are in a race against time in New Zealand. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION RANGER, GREG NAPP, SAYING: "A very large stranding of pilot whales, one of the largest strandings Feb 13, 2015

It happens : Cattle fair in Tamil Nadu draws large number of enthusiastic farmers

Coimbatore, Feb 13 (ANI): A cattle fair held to spread awareness among people about the preservation of livestock drew enthusiastic response from villagers in Tamil Nadu. The fair, held at Samathur on the outskirts of Pollachi town in Coimbatore district, also drew animal lovers from abroad. Villagers dressed in traditional attire brought hundreds of cows and bulls of different breeds at the fair ground. A member of Vanavarayar Foundation, which organised the event, Shankar Vanavarayar said the idea was to create awareness about the importance of livestock in agriculture. A cattle specialist from New Zealand, Doctor John Henry Niezen said the fair offered opportunities to farmers to share their ideas and thoughts with each other about the health of animals. He said cattle shows are very common in western countries. Local bulls of Kangeyam region stole the limelight. The bulls are known all over the world for their superior strength and easy adaptability in any condition. The fair is the first of its kind being held in the region. Organisers were overwhelmed with the response. About 700 cattle of nine native breeds were on display. The animals were later judged on fitness. Prize money was also announced for the cattle in different categories. Feb 13, 2015

It happens : Visually challenged experience car driving in Mumbai

Mumbai, Feb 13 (ANI): The Blind Man Car Rally in Mumbai city on Sunday gave an opportunity to visually impaired people to experience car driving and showcase their abilities. At the rally, the sighted drivers were navigated by visually impaired individuals, with their route mapped in Braille. Around 103 visually impaired navigators were selected to drive across pre-selected city circuit. The rally, which was organised by Bombay Round Table 2, aims at making society aware of the challenges faced by visually impaired people. Meanwhile, the sighted drivers said they enjoyed helping the people in need and more such events can boost the confidence of people with disabilities. The car rally, which is an annual event, is a time distance rally and not a race. The registration amount is used for the welfare of the visually handicapped and the education of underprivileged children. Feb 13, 2015

At least 19 killed in Pakistan mosque attack

Sectarian violence strikes again in Pakistan, with a series of explosions at a Shi'ite mosque in Peshawar that killed at least 19. Police say it began when gunmen broke in during Friday prayers and Feb 13, 2015

Two killed in grenade attack in Assam

Sepon, Feb 13 (ANI): Two persons were killed in a grenade attack by suspected separatists in Assam on Friday (February 13). The incident happened in Sepon town, about 400 kilometres from Guwahati, the main city of Assam. Eyewitnesses said two cycle-borne militants hurled grenade at the house of a businessman. One of the deceased’s uncle said the explosion took place around 9.00 a.m. (0330 GMT). Police suspect the hand of banned United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA). Feb 13, 2015