Tunisia parliament endorses historic coalition government

Tunisia's parliament approved Thursday a coalition government led by the secular Nidaa Tounes party and including moderate Islamist rivals Ennahda, following landmark elections in the birthplace of the Arab Spring. Feb 6, 2015

Remains of sunken town re-emerge in Brazil's drought

These are bricks from buildings unseen for more than 45 years. They were once part of a town that was submerged when the government built a dam nearby. But now, as the Brazil grapples with its worst Feb 6, 2015

Rival rallies greet Dalai Lama visit in US

Crowds gathered outside the venue where the Dalai Lama and President Obama met on Thursday, with some welcoming the religious leader and others demonstrating against his position on the Shugden Buddhist faith. Duration: 01:17 Feb 6, 2015

Obama hails Dalai Lama as 'good friend'

President Barack Obama hails the Dalai Lama as a "good friend" at a first public encounter between the two men that is sure to infuriate Beijing. Duration: 00:37 Feb 6, 2015

Gary Glitter found guilty of child sex offences

STORY: Former British pop singer Gary Glitter, who shot to fame in the 1970s as a "glam-rock" star but was later convicted of child sex crimes, was found guilty on Thursday (February 5), of indecently Feb 6, 2015

Kerry on Ukraine: "You cannot have a one-sided peace"

A warm welcome for U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Kiev as he sits down for talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. (SOUNDBITE) (English) UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT, PETRO POROSHENKO, SAYING: Feb 6, 2015

Car collection worth millions resurrected in France

A car collector's dream - sixty automobiles, cracked and dust-covered, found on a remote property in western France. Artcurial auction house's motor cars specialist Pierre Novikoff says it started Feb 6, 2015