Obama: religious violence has no place in US

US President Barack Obama warns that religious violence has no place in society after a gunman with alleged anti-Semitic ties killed three people at a Jewish center and retirement home. Duration: 01:29 Apr 15, 2014

EU to expand Ukraine sanctions list, says Ashton

European Union foreign ministers agreed Monday to expand the list of those subject to sanctions for their role in the Ukraine crisis, EU foreign affairs head Catherine Ashton said. Duration: 00:31 Apr 15, 2014

Mass DNA testing in French school to find rapist

More than 500 male students and staff at a French school will undergo DNA tests from Monday in a bid to discover who raped a 16-year-old girl in a dark school toilet. Duration: 01:21 Apr 15, 2014

Prosecutor continues Pistorius cross-examination

The cross-examination of sprinter Oscar Pistorius entered its second week Monday. Prosecutor Gerrie Nel accused the sprinter of concocting evidence in his defence against the charge of murdering Reeva Steenkamp last year. Duration: 01:05 Apr 15, 2014

Chimpanzee rescued in Lebanon after eight-year struggle

A Lebanese court ordered the confiscation of chimpanzee Charlie from a zoo and his delivery to the NGO "Animals Lebanon". Charlie is 9 years old, and was smuggled from Africa to Lebanon in 2005 and sold to a pet shop, ending at a zoo. Duration: 00:53 Apr 15, 2014

In Washington, a push to sterilize stray cats

To curb the growing numbers of feral cats in the US capital, the Washington Humane Society is encouraging residents to set traps and bring the animals to a sterilization clinic, after which they are released.. Duration: 02:29 Apr 15, 2014

Iraqis in resort town face return to Anbar unrest

When fighting erupted in Iraq's Anbar province in December, many families fled to a virtually empty summer resort far to the north to take advantage of its off-season rates and wait out the conflict. Duration: 01:50 Apr 15, 2014

Gaza cops trade bullets for laser-tech in training

Security forces in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip are using technology to practice shooting on laser simulators, saving money spent on ammunition in the cash-strapped Palestinian territory. Duration: 01:09 Apr 14, 2014

No militant release without Army consent, says Pakistans Interior Minister

Islamabad, April 14 (ANI): Pakistan’s Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan shrugged off reports suggesting that dialogue with the Taliban and release of some of their prisoners were happening without taking the armed forces on board. Replying to questions, Khan denied there were tensions between the army and the government over the talks, and claimed civil-military relations were better than they had ever been before. Asked about reports that the government had upset the army by releasing Taliban prisoners without their consent, Khan said it was impossible to release the prisoners without taking the army on board, because most of the prisoners were being held in internment centers run by the army. However, Khan categorically denied suggestions that the Taliban had asked for the release of their combatants who were in the government’s custody. Apr 14, 2014