Public 'overwhelmed' as 9/11 museum opens

New York's 9/11 museum opens to the general public and is praised by early visitors as an overwhelming and beautiful tribute to the survivors and nearly 3,000 victims. Duration: 00:46 May 22, 2014

Jordan hopes Pope visit will push for regional peace

Jordan expressed hope Wednesday that Pope Francis's visit to the Holy Land would help the cause of regional stability, including the advancement of the stalled Middle East peace talks. Duration: 00:49 May 22, 2014

Radicals in red shake up S.Africa parliament opening

Radical new South African lawmakers shook up the normally staid opening of parliament Wednesday by turning up for the formal re-election of President Jacob Zuma in bright red overalls topped by red berets or hard hats. Duration: 00:42 May 22, 2014

FIFA launches 'Social World Cup' in Rio

FIFA secretary general Jérôme Valcke takes to the pitch with Brazilian great Ronaldo in a Rio de Janeiro favela to launch a project promoting sporting opportunities for disadvantaged youths during the World Cup. Duration: 01:35 May 22, 2014

Italy calls on Europe for help with migration surge

Europe's border agency says 42,000 migrants have tried to enter the EU since January 1 - three times as many as last year. Most come through Italy, which has threatened to allow asylum-seekers to travel to other parts of Europe. Duration: 02:25 May 22, 2014