First Ebola treatment trials to start in West Africa

Global aid agency Doctors Without Borders said on Thursday it would begin unprecedented trials on patients in west Africa to test Ebola drugs and the use of survivors' blood as therapy. Duration: 00:44 Nov 14, 2014

ICC hears ex-DRC VP Bemba "didn't control troops" in CAR

As Jean-Pierre Bemba's trial at the International Criminal Court nears its end, his defence team argued on Thursday that the Congolese vice-president was not in control of Congolese troops in the Central African Republic. Duration: 00:50 Nov 14, 2014

Panama receives last floodgates for canal expansion

The final four floodgates that will be used to expand the Panama Canal arrived from Italy Wednesday, putting the behind-schedule, over-budget project on track for completion in early 2016. Duration: 00:47 Nov 13, 2014

Two years on, Marikana killings still haunt South Africa

The Marikana commission, a two-year inquiry into the massacre at the Lonmin platinum mine during a work stoppage in August 2012, is coming to an end, with the closing arguments running until November 14. Duration: 01:54 Nov 13, 2014

US tries to calm tensions as fear grips Jerusalem

Rocked by weeks of deadly violence, Jerusalem is witnessing security measures not seen in years as residents try to maintain some semblance of normal life while awaiting the next attack. Duration: 00:53 Nov 13, 2014

Romanian PM tipped to clinch presidential run-off

Romania's Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to clinch the presidency on Sunday in a run-off election in the corruption-plagued ex-communist state, despite fears that he may reverse key reforms. Duration: 2:45 Nov 13, 2014

Eurostar marks 20th anniversary with new e320 fleet

Eurostar celebrates its 20th anniversary with the launch of the new e320 train and the announcement of new routes to Amsterdam and the south of France which will open in the next few years. Duration: 00:48 Nov 13, 2014

No cellphone or Wi-Fi: enter the Appalachian's quietest hamlet

If you were to stop for gas in Green Bank, Virginia, forget about phoning home. Inhabited by around 150 silence-seekers, this remote town sits inside the mountainous US National Radio Quiet Zone, where electronic waves are banned. Duration: 02:47 Nov 13, 2014

PM Narendra Modi at reception hosted by Indian community

Nay Pyi Taw, Nov 13 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended a reception hosted by the Indian community in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar on Thursday. Modi among much fanfare said that the global community now recognizes and respects the Indian diaspora. Nov 13, 2014