Britain holds its first exhibition on the study of sex

Scientific discovery mingles with stimulation in Britain's first exhibition about the study of sex, with pioneering sex aids, ancient phallic charms and even a chair credited with inducing orgasms. Duration: 00:49 Nov 20, 2014

Accidents ignite debate on US commercial space travel

Serious accidents with two US commercial spacecraft within a week of each-other in October have re-ignited the debate over the place of private corporations in the exploration of space. Duration: 02:08 Nov 20, 2014

US returns looted artifacts to Thailand

The United States has returns over 500 vases, bowls, axes, and other ancient artifacts mostly from the Ban Chiang archaeological site which were illegally looted from Thailand decades ago. Duration: 01:13 Nov 20, 2014

German FM warns against giving up on Ukraine truce

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, fresh from a tense mission to Ukraine and Russia, says he had not given up on a tattered truce agreement between the sides. Duration: 00:34 Nov 20, 2014

Rival Libyan Dawn, Zintan militias clash near capital

Clashes between rival Libyan Dawn fighters and fighters of militias in Zintan continued on Tuesday in Kikla, approximately 150 kilometres south-west of the country's capital Tripoli. Duration: 00:24 Nov 20, 2014

Terror expert says second Frenchman in IS video 'dangerous'

A second Frenchman who appeared among IS jihadists in a grisly execution video has been identified as a man from an eastern suburb of Paris. An AFPTV interview with French terrorism expert Jean-Charles Brisard who said the man had been radicalised over the internet. Nov 20, 2014

FARC holding Colombia general, talks hang in balance

Colombia's defence minister has flown over the Choco region where FARC guerrillas kidnapped a general, causing the government to suspend peace talks aimed at ending the country's 50-year-old conflict. Duration: 00:35 Nov 20, 2014

Kenyan police seize weapons in fresh mosque raids

Kenyan security forces on Wednesday carried out fresh raids on mosques in the port city of Mombasa searching for weapons and supporters of Somalia's Shebab militants, police said. Duration: 00:48 Nov 19, 2014

Iraq transfers $500 million to Kurds in budget deal

The Iraqi government transferred $500 million to the autonomous Kurdish region on Wednesday as part of a deal aimed at ending long-running oil and budget disputes, the finance minister said. Duration: 00:49 Nov 19, 2014

UN's second conference on nutrition begins in Rome

Political leaders from around the world gathered in Rome on Wednesday for a three-day UN conference on malnutrition aimed at tackling a global scourge which afflicts poor and rich alike. Duration: 01:09 Nov 19, 2014

Refugees fleeing Boko Haram flood Cameroon camp

Everyday hundreds of Nigerians cross the border into Cameroon on motorbikes, donkeys or even on foot, and all are looking for safe haven from the Islamist militants of Boko Haram. Duration: 02:08 Nov 19, 2014

Israel destroys Jerusalem home of Palestinian car killer

Israeli forces on Wednesday destroyed the east Jerusalem home of a Palestinian Abdelrahman Shaludi who killed two Israelis with his car last month as the government speeded up the application of a controversial demolition policy. Duration: 00:55 Nov 19, 2014