Frankfurt Book Fair showcases the fall of the Berlin Wall

Political memoirs, fictional tales, true escape stories, photo chronicles and graphic novels on the fall of the Berlin Wall are all showcased at this year_s Frankfurt Book Fair, the publishing industry_s biggest gathering. Duration: 00:50 Oct 10, 2014

Mexicans search for 43 missing students, as thousands march

Civilian militiamen search a southern Mexico town to find the 43 missing students amid fears they were executed by a gang working with police. Meanwhile, thousands protest in Guerrero state capital Chilpancingo to demand justice. Duration: 01:53 Oct 9, 2014

Omar Abdullah visits relief camps set up for ceasefire violation victims

Hiranagar, Oct 9 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday visited the relief camps set up for ceasefire violation victims. Thousands took refuge in relief camps in the disputed region of Kashmir after some of the most intense fighting between nuclear-armed neighbours Pakistan and India in a decade. A total of eight Indian civilians have been killed since the firings started more than a week ago in the mostly Muslim Himalayan region. While exchanges of sporadic fire are common along the de facto border dividing the region, the number of civilian deaths is unusual. Oct 9, 2014

O P Chautala addresses rally in Rohtak even as CBI moves HC seeking cancellation of his interim bail

Rohtak, Oct 9 (ANI): Even as the CBI on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court seeking cancellation of bail granted to the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) chief Om Prakash Chautala in the JBT teachers recruitment scam case, the former Haryana CM addressed a rally in Rohtak. Earlier in the day, the Delhi HC directed Chautala to appear before it on Friday on CBI's plea for cancellation of his bail and immediate surrender for allegedly violating bail conditions. Chautala, who was granted bail to undergo medical treatment, had allegedly violated its terms by participating in election rallies. Oct 9, 2014

Three women Maoists killed in joint encounter in Bijapur

Bijapur, Oct 9 (ANI): Police personnel and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) killed three women Maoists in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh. On the basis of secret information received, a search operation was conducted in the woods of the district. 12 bore guns and one 303 gun have been seized from the dead Maoists. Maoists, also known as Naxals, have killed police and politicians and targeted government buildings and railway tracks in an insurgency that has killed thousands since the 1960s. Oct 9, 2014

Yemen: Powerful suicide bomb explodes in capital

A powerful suicide bomb in the Yemeni capital on Thursday killed at least 43 people in an attack on supporters of Shiite insurgents who have overrun the city, medics said. Duration: 00:28 Oct 9, 2014

Hong Kong: Protest site becomes traffic-free oasis

Pedestrianised streets, al fresco art and urban picnic zones have become part of the landscape in central Hong Kong as a result of mass protests -- and some residents would like to keep it that way, regardless of their politics. Duration: 01:42 Oct 9, 2014

Don't need any certificate for past 60 yrs: Sonia Gandhi

Aurangabad, Oct 9 (ANI): Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday took a dig at the Modi government saying that the party was just 4-5 years old when Jawaharlal Nehru had laid the foundation of modern India. Gandhi further added that the Congress does not need any certificate from anyone for the past 60 years. Oct 9, 2014

When border is tense, it's soldiers who answer, not politicians: PM Modi

Baramati, Oct 9 (ANI): Ahead of the assembly elections in Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday while addressing a rally in Baramati district said that when bullets are being fired on the border, it is the soldiers who answer with their rifles and not the politicians. He added that the BSF forces are giving a befitting reply to the Pakistan rangers who are violating ceasefire agreement. He further said that it's shameful that leaders are politicizing the issue. Oct 9, 2014

PM Modi appeals people to free Maharashtra on Oct 15 by giving BJP a clear mandate

Baramati, Oct 9 (ANI): Ahead of the assembly elections in Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday while addressing a rally in Baramati district appealed to the people to press the lotus button to end wrongs and corruption going on for 15 years in the state. He said that on October 15, people will be liberated from 15 years of inaction and corruption. Oct 9, 2014