Floods in Pakistani Kashmir leave over 140,000 homeless

Authorities blast holes in a strategic dyke to divert the turbid brown floodwaters away from Multan, a city of two million inhabitants and the nerve centre of Pakistan's cotton and textiles industry, a vital export earner. Duration: 00:44 Sep 13, 2014

Cuba offers to send 165 to Ebola-affected Africa

The worst-ever outbreak of Ebola fever has now killed more than 2,400 people, according to the UN, as Cuba pledged the largest foreign medical team deployed so far in the west African health crisis. Duration: 01:18 Sep 13, 2014

Scottish referendum switches focus to Glasgow

Campaigners for and against Scotland's independence focussed their efforts on Glasgow as separatist leader Alex Salmond said he was confident of victory despite a new poll showing the pro-UK campaign recovering lost ground. Duration: 01:06 Sep 13, 2014

Pro-Aristide Haitians mark St. Jean Bosco massacre

Supporters of former Catholic priest and Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide and the Lavalas political party rallied in Port-au-Prince to commemorate the 26th anniversary of the St. Jean Bosco massacre. Duration: 00:41 Sep 13, 2014

Polar opposites face off in Swedish vote

The two men vying to become Sweden's next leader in Sunday's vote may both be leaning towards the crucial middle of the political spectrum, but in personal style, they are polar opposites. Duration: 01:12 Sep 13, 2014

Thousands mourn Palestinian who died in Israeli jail

Some 4,000 mourners turned out Friday for the funeral of a Palestinian who died in an Israeli jail earlier in the week. The Palestinians blame Israel for Raed al-Jaabari's death, but Israeli authorities said he hanged himself. Duration: 01:01 Sep 13, 2014

One week into ceasefire, east Ukrainians in disbelief

A week after the ceasefire between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in E. Ukraine came into effect, the debris of war still litters the streets of Novokaterynivka, a village about 40 kilometres south of Donetsk. Duration: 00:54 Sep 12, 2014

South Africans react as verdict given in Pistorius trial

After Oscar Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide over the shooting of Reeva Steenkamp, the National Prosecution Authority of South Africa spokesperson announced he was "satisfied" that "at least there was a conviction." Duration: 01:16 Sep 12, 2014