Some Nigerian schools remain closed as Ebola fear lingers

Nigerian students were supposed to return to school on Monday after an enforced summer break because of Ebola, but lingering fears over the virus prompted the Lagos state government to announce it would keep pupils at home longer. Duration: 00:31 Sep 23, 2014

Britain's Labour debates strategy for winning 2015 polls

Britain's main opposition Labour Party was on Monday debating how to win next year's general election at its annual conference as it struggles to avoid divisions after Scotland's independence referendum. Duration: 00:47 Sep 23, 2014

Thousands of Hong Kong students on strike for democracy

Hong Kong students began a week-long boycott of classes, gathering in their thousands for what democracy activists say will be a wider campaign of civil disobedience against China's refusal to grant the city unfettered democracy. Duration: 01:14 Sep 22, 2014

Pilots reject Air France offer to end week-long strike

Air France pilots on Monday rejected a last-ditch management attempt to end the longest strike at the airline since 1998 that is costing up to 20 million euros ($25.7 million) every day. Duration: 00:50 Sep 22, 2014

EU says not told of any specific threat to HQ

The European Commission says it has not been told of any specific threat against it, after reports suggested its Brussels headquarters was a possible target for jihadist fighters returning from Syria. Duration: 01:01 Sep 22, 2014

Relatives of Palestinian migrant shipwreck victims demonstrate

Relatives of Palestinian immigrants who drowned at sea off the coast of Malta took part on Monday in a protest in front of the UN and Red Cross headquarters in Gaza City to call for the disclosure of the fate of their relatives. Duration: 01:00 Sep 22, 2014