Liberian check point screens possible Ebola victims

Liberians wanting to travel to Monrovia are undergoing temperature screenings to identify any possible vicitms of the Ebola virus as the country battles the deadliest-ever outbreak. Duration: 00:57 Aug 9, 2014

Pistorius lawyer: 'It was huge unfortunate mistake'

Oscar Pistorius's defence lawyer said Friday the "cold facts" did not prove the star sprinter had intended to kill his model girlfriend, as he launched a final bid to save the "Blade Runner" from life in prison. Duration: 00:52 Aug 9, 2014

Residents of Ukraine's restive Donetsk pray for peace

People gathered in front of a church in Ukraine's troubled eastern city of Donetsk Friday to pray for peace, with fighting between government and pro-Russian forces moving closer to the city centre. Duration: 00:38 Aug 9, 2014

WHO declares Ebola an international helath emergency

The World Health Organisation on Friday declared the killer Ebola epidemic ravaging parts of west Africa an international health emergency and appealed for global aid to help afflicted countries. Duration: 01:03 Aug 9, 2014

EU food embargo a blow for Russian cheese shop

Russia's embargo against food from the European Union will affect 10 percent of the EU's food exports and may cause a crisis of glut in Europe, industry experts warn. For one cheese shop in Moscow, the immediate future is uncertain. Duration: 00:57 Aug 8, 2014

Prince William to Work as Air Ambulance Pilot

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and the elder son of Prince of Wales Charles and the late Princess Diana, is now set to work as an air ambulance pilot, Kensington Palace announced on Thursday. Aug 8, 2014

Baghdad residents react to Obama's decision

President Barack Obama has ordered US warplanes back into Iraqi skies to stop jihadists from moving into autonomous Kurdistan and carrying out a potential genocide against displaced minorities. Duration: 01:29 Aug 8, 2014