Little sign in Havana streets of US, Cuba rapprochement

Last year December the US and Cuba agreed to restore diplomatic ties after a break of 53 years. Though some US restrictions are to be lifted, ordinary Cubans say they can't feel the changes so far. Duration: 02:44 Jan 13, 2015

France to deploy thousands to protect Jewish, "sensitive sites"

Members of the Jewish community in Paris remain rattled after an Islamist attack that left four people dead at a kosher supermarket. France has deployed thousands of troops across the country to guard Jewish schools and other sites. Duration: 2:07 Jan 13, 2015

Cameron vows new security measures after Paris attacks

In the wake of the attacks in Paris, Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday said that new measures must be taken to monitor communications in order to prevent terrorists having a 'safe space to communicate with each other.' Duration: 00:41 Jan 13, 2015

US criticized for absence of leaders at Paris march

Amid criticism over lack of top-tier US representation at Sunday's march in Paris, US Secretary of State John Kerry says he has scheduled a visit to France 'to reaffirm the connection between the United States and our oldest ally'. Duration: 01:01 Jan 13, 2015

UK cartoon editor fears for art's future after Paris attack

Speaking in the aftermath of the deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, one of the grandfathers of British editorial cartoons, Michael Heath, 80, says young people are no longer interested in becoming political cartoonists. Duration: 01:08 Jan 13, 2015

Turkey says Boumeddiene crossed into Syria last week

Hayat Boumeddiene, the wanted partner of one of the gunmen behind the terror attacks in France, crossed into conflict-torn Syria last week after travelling through Turkey, Turkish authorities said Monday. Duration: 00:51 Jan 13, 2015

Israelis react to Paris jihadist deadly attacks

Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas were among the world's leaders who marched alongside Parisians in a record demonstration against terror. Duration: 01:04 Jan 13, 2015

Cairo bathhouse trial: 26 men acquitted of 'debauchery'

An Egyptian court on Monday acquitted 26 men accused of "debauchery" after their night-time arrest from a Cairo bathhouse for suspected homosexual activity, in a case which triggered international concern. Duration: 01:03 Jan 13, 2015

March in Rio for Paris attack victims

French and Brazilians march together in Rio to speak out against terrorism and pay respect to the victims of the terrorist attack in Paris last week. Duration: 01:07 Jan 13, 2015

Pope slams fundamentalist terrorism after Paris attacks

Pope Francis on Monday slammed "deviant forms of religion" following deadly attacks by Islamist militants in France last week and dubbed the "never-ending spread of conflicts" around the world a third world war. Duration: 00:42 Jan 13, 2015

Amnesty: Nigeria attacks deadliest so far by Boko Haram

Violence escalates in restive northeastern Nigeria after three female suicide bombers kill at least 23 in separate attacks. According to Amnesty International the recent attacks in Baga could be the group's deadliest so far. Duration: 01:10 Jan 13, 2015

France steps up security at Jewish schools

France announced an unprecedented deployment of thousands of troops and police to bolster security at "sensitive" sites including Jewish schools Monday, the day after marches that drew nearly four million people across the country. Duration: 01:13 Jan 12, 2015

Cyprus Airways employees protest airline closure

Cyprus Airways former employees demonstrated outside the Finance Ministry against the airline's closure over the weekend. Cyprus decided to halt flights, calling the closure of debt-laden Cyprus Airways "unavoidable". Duration: 01:01 Jan 12, 2015