Love in limbo in rebel-held east Ukraine

Tying the knot is no simple matter in eastern Ukraine, plunged into conflict and uncertainty since the outbreak of Russian-backed rebellion last year. Many young couples thinking of getting married have had to put their lives on hold. Jan 7, 2015

French doctors renew strike call

General practitioners were closed across France Tuesday in a new 'strike day' to reinforce the three week long doctors' strike against a proposed new health bill. Jan 7, 2015

Gambia president blames foreign 'dissidents' for attack

In a video released by the Gambian government, president Yahya Jammeh blames unidentified foreign dissidents and "terrorists" for an assault on his presidential palace and said that the army remains loyal. Jan 7, 2015

Colombia urges smaller rebel force to join FARC truce

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos urges the country's second-largest rebel force, the National Liberation Army, to join the FARC's one-sided ceasefire and parallel peace talks. Duration: 01:06 Jan 7, 2015

Bangladesh opposition chief faces murder charge threat

Bangladesh authorities Tuesday threatened to bring murder charges against besieged opposition leader Khaleda Zia and arrested her deputy over accusations that they incited a nationwide wave of deadly violence. Duration: 00:57 Jan 7, 2015