South Sudan investigates alleged coup organisers

Government and opposition rebels are still fighting for control of key parts of South Sudan, and Justice Minister Paulino Wanawila says the governement has completed the interrogation of suspected coup leaders. Duration: 01:07 Jan 29, 2014

Klitschko hopes to find resolution to Ukraine crisis

World boxing champion and Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko said he hoped to find a way of resolving Ukraine's political crisis, following meetings with President Viktor Yanukovich. Duration: 00:40 Jan 29, 2014

Syria regime says US 'arming terrorist groups'

Syria's warring sides will not meet again at peace talks in Geneva on Tuesday, the UN said, after a morning session broke up with the regime accusing Washington of "arming terrorists." Duration: 01:05 Jan 29, 2014

Ivory Coast elephants get new home as habitat shrinks

Conservationists in Ivory Coast have been hunting, trapping and transporting a dozen extremely rare elephants to a new forest home, in an unprecedented operation that is crucial for both the animals and the local population. Duration: 01:56 Jan 29, 2014

France's former first lady eyes extending charity work

Former French first lady Valerie Trierweiler said Tuesday during a charity trip to India that she did not wish to return to political journalism but would like to deepen her humanitarian commitments. Duration: 00:57 Jan 29, 2014

French court upholds expulsion of Roma girl's family

A French court Tuesday rejected an appeal for residency for the family of a Roma schoolgirl whose deportation sparked outrage and student protests in the country. Reactions from Leonarda and her father. Duration: 00:56 Jan 29, 2014

Elders call for ending Syria 'nightmare' on Iran visit

A delegation of former world leaders from the so-called Elders group met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday as part of a campaign calling for an end to Syria's "nightmare" during a rare visit to Iran, a key regime ally. Duration: 00:41 Jan 29, 2014

Syria's warring sides break up morning session in Geneva

Syria's warring sides will not meet again at peace talks in Geneva on Tuesday, the opposition said, after a morning session broke up with the regime accusing Washington of "arming terrorists." Duration: 01:29 Jan 29, 2014

Rwandan peacekeepers take former Seleka out of Bangui

Rwandan MISCA (African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic) peacekeepers escorted former Seleka militants out of Kasai military camp in Bangui on Tuesday, on their way to another camp outside the city. Duration: 00:46 Jan 29, 2014