Life inside Guantanamo Bay detention facility

It’s been over 12 years since inmates first arrived at US detention camps in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Conditions have improved for prisoners but rights groups still decry that some of them have little prospect of being charged or tried. Duration: 05:03 Apr 26, 2014

Egypt's Mubarak makes rare appearance for supporters

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak made a rare appearance on Friday to wave to supporters from the window of the military hospital where he is being held during his ongoing trial. Duration: 00:33 Apr 26, 2014

SpaceX sues US Air Force over satellite contracts

SpaceX has filed a lawsuit against the US Air Force over its decision to issue multibillion dollar national security launch contracts with a single company, CEO Elon Musk said Friday. Duration: 00:34 Apr 26, 2014

John Paul II's spokesman defends him on abuse scandal

Pope John Paul II took immediate "legal decisions" in 2002 in the face of the Church's paedophile scandal after calling American cardinals to Rome, his former spokesman said Friday. Duration: 00:52 Apr 26, 2014

Protests as Cambodian garment industry activists go on trial

Protesters take to the streets of Phnom Penh as 23 Cambodian activists and workers arrested during a deadly crackdown on a garment industry strike in January go on trial despite international appeals for their release. Duration: 00:47 Apr 26, 2014

Pro-Russians preparing for the worst in eastern Ukraine

Ukraine's army on Friday launched an operation to ensnare pro-Russian militants in the flashpoint eastern city of Slavyansk in a bid to prevent reinforcements and keep civilian casualties down, authorities said. Duration: 01:11 Apr 25, 2014

Obama pays tribute to ferry disaster vicitms while in Seoul

Barack Obama arrives in Seoul to growing signs North Korea is defiantly readying another nuclear test, and with South Koreans in a state of national mourning over the sinking of a ferry full of schoolchildren. Duration: 00:35 Apr 25, 2014

Sainthood looms for John Paul II and John XXIII

Popes John Paul II and John XXIII will join the roster of saints at a historic Vatican ceremony on Sunday seen as an attempt to unite conservatives and reformists, with some 800,000 pilgrims expected in Rome. Duration: 02:36 Apr 25, 2014

Life inside Guantanamo Bay detention facility

It’s been over 12 years since inmates first arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Conditions have improved since then but rights groups still decry the fact that some prisoners have little prospect of being charged or tried. Duration: 02:57 Apr 25, 2014

Ramdev says Rahul goes to Dalit houses for picnics and honeymoon, Congress condemns

Lucknow/ New Delhi, April 25 (ANI): Yoga guru Baba Ramdev made a shocking statement on Friday that Congress vice President Rahul Gandhi goes to Dalit houses for picnics and honeymoon. Ramdev who is supporting the BJP in the Elections 2014 made the objectionable comments during a press conference in Lucknow. He attacked Rahul Gandhi's 'single' status saying that Rahul wanted to marry a foreigner but was stopped by his mother Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi. He further went on to say that Sonia Gandhi asked Rahul not to get married until he becomes the prime minister. Meanwhile, the Congress party has condemned the statement. Apr 25, 2014