Bhutan PM meets Indian President to enhance bilateral relations

New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Prime Minister of Bhutan, Tshering Tobgay met Indian President Pranab Mukherjee in New Delhi in a bid to boost bilateral relations between the two nations. Earlier in the day, Tobgay met Vice President Hamid Ansari, Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh and Trade Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. His visit will impart further content and momentum to the close partnership between India and Bhutan. Tobgay is also scheduled to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and have official engagements with other senior members of the cabinet. Tobgay is on a nine-day official visit to India at Modi's invitation. Jan 15, 2015

Australian PM Tony Abbott applauds cover page of Charlie Hebdo's latest edition

Canberra, Jan 15 (ANI): Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott spoke to Australian radio station from his office in Parliament House in Canberra commenting on the cover of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. He welcomed the cover page of the weekly satirical magazine and said that the cartoon saying 'all is forgiven' gave out a positive message. It is the first edition of Charlie Hebdo to be published after the deadly attacks by Islamist gunmen and sold out within minutes at newspaper kiosks around France on Wednesday, with people queuing up to buy copies to support the satirical weekly. A print run of up to three million copies has been set for what has been called "the survivor's edition", dwarfing the usual 60,000 run. Jan 15, 2015

Copies of latest Charlie Hebdo hard to find in US

Americans trying to buy Charlie Hebdo's latest issue are having a hard time putting their hands on a copy. One comic bookstore in Los Angeles has been receiving calls from customers and is still looking for a way to import the issue. Duration: 00:57 Jan 15, 2015

Protesters disrupt ceremony marking Tunisian revolution

Families of Tunisians killed or wounded during the country's revolution disrupted official ceremonies at the Presidential Palace marking the fourth anniversary of the ousting of Tunisia's longtime ruler Zine el Abidine Ben Ali. Duration: 00:53 Jan 15, 2015

New Charlie Hebdo cover angers Muslims in France

Some French Muslims say they are "not Charlie" because they feel the magazine stigmatises their religion. New issue of Charlie Hebdo features the Prophet Mohammed holding a "Je Suis Charlie" sign under the headline "All is forgiven." Duration: 01:06 Jan 15, 2015

One month countdown to Nigeria's crucial election

With one month to go until Nigeria's presidential elections, candidates are pulling out all the stops to woo voters, but Boko Haram's grip in the north east will make free and fair elections even more challenging. Duration: 02:38 Jan 15, 2015

Killed Charlie Hebdo visitor buried in France

Friends and neighbours of Michel Renaud, who was killed in the Charlie Hebdo attack while visiting friends at the paper, pay tribute to the Frenchman at his funeral in Clermont-Ferrand in the south of the country. Duration: 01:23 Jan 15, 2015

Hun Sen hails 30 years as PM, but activists decry rule

Cambodian strongman Hun Sen marks three decades as premier hailing his role in rebuilding the war-torn nation, as rights groups lambast him for using "violence, repression and corruption" to cling to power. Duration: 00:43 Jan 14, 2015