israels-peres-receives-us-congressional-gold-medal

Israel's Peres receives US Congressional Gold Medal

Outgoing Israeli President Shimon Peres on Thursday received the Congressional Gold Medal in the US Capitol rotunda, as he bids farewell to Washington after decades of working with American leaders. Duration: 00:38 Jun 27, 2014
yemeni-children-parade-in-sanaa-ahead-of-ramadan

Yemeni children parade in Sanaa ahead of Ramadan

Dozens of Yemeni children marched in streets of Sanaa in traditional clothes during a festival to welcome the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, when the faithful abstain from food and drink from dawn to dusk. Duration: 00:55 Jun 27, 2014
merkel-holds-out-a-hand-to-cameron-in-eu-jobs-row

Merkel holds out a hand to Cameron in EU jobs row

Angela Merkel urged fellow EU leaders to hold out a hand of compromise to Britain's David Cameron Thursday to defuse a row over the likely nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission president. Duration: 01:18 Jun 27, 2014
thai-opposition-group-to-set-up-base-in-west

Thai opposition group to set up base in West

A Thai opposition alliance set up to counter the military regime installed in a May coup says it would establish an official base in a Western country by next month. Duration: 01:18 Jun 27, 2014
girls-in-jorhat-take-up-martial-arts-for-self-defence

Girls in Jorhat take up martial arts for self defence

Jorhat, June 26 (ANI): 13-year-old Prity Sarkar has been learning karate since January this year. She aims to become a police officer. Her parents are supportive of her martial arts training as it not only helps Prity remain physically fit but is also important for self-defense. With an increase in various crimes against women, a large number of women in the region are taking interest in learning martial arts. Ananiya Neog, a black belt holder in Karate works as an instructor in Jorhat. She has witnessed a rise in the number of students approaching her for training. Jun 26, 2014