Water leaks into astronaut's helmet

(ROUGH CUT) NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: NASA astronaut Terry Virts was quickly pulled into the International Space Station to remove him from his space suit Wednesday (February 25) after water Feb 26, 2015

Hundreds homeless after heavy flooding in Bolivia

The water level came so high in this part of northern Bolivia, you can almost miss the houses here. The Amazon community of Cobija is ravaged by flood waters after the Acre river burst its banks -- Feb 26, 2015

Bionic eye gives blind man sight

For the first time in 10 years Allen Zderad can see. Thanks to a bionic eye and doctors at Minnesota's Mayo Clinic. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALLEN ZDERAD, BIONIC EYE RECIPIENT SAYING: "It's crude but Feb 26, 2015

Iran President seeks support from the clergy

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, under the pressure of domestic criticism, sought Wednesday to secure the support of the religious community which he called the "backbone" of the Islamic Republic. Feb 26, 2015

Niger's Christians rebuild after Charlie Hebdo rampage

The post-Charlie Hebdo riots that hit Niger left churches in flames and the nation's minority Christians in fear for their lives. Today the Church is looking to rebuild yet remains wary of further attacks. Feb 26, 2015

Ex-jihadist CIA double agent releases book

Morten Storm, a Danish double agent who helped the CIA target Al-Qaeda terrorists, discusses his book 'Agent Storm: My Life Inside Al Qaeda and the CIA'. Duration: 01:03 Feb 25, 2015

The Catholic church hits the metro

It is often said: God is everywhere. In Mexico City that includes the train station. Officials of the Catholic church have set up parishes in three stations, on the outskirts of the city, bringing Feb 25, 2015

Crimean Tatars living in fear in homeland ruled by Russia

Russia's takeover of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine a year ago was hailed by many ethnic-Russian locals, but for the indigenous Crimean Tatar minority, the new rulers have brought little but fear. Duration: 02:54 Feb 25, 2015

Land acquisition Ordinance: No compromise on compensation and rehabilitation, says Gadkari

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari defending the BJP government's land acquisition ordinance called it "farmer friendly" and said that the government is "open minded" for any suggestions. He said that the government will not make any compromise on compensation and rehabilitation of farmers. Gadkari added that the land acquired will be used for rural infrastructure projects like irrigation and roads which will prove helpful for the rural population. He further stated that the central government does not intend to acquire any land for the private sector or for the corporate sector. Feb 25, 2015