Hungary's homeless hit by ban on rough sleeping

A controversial new law in Hungary means homeless people now risk jail for sleeping rough in some city centre areas. The government says the idea is to encourage them to get help in state-run shelters. Duration: 02:17 Nov 21, 2013

Nepal in turmoil as Maoists reject election results

Nepal's Maoist leader, who swapped arms for politics when his "people's war" ended in 2006, threw the country's elections into doubt Thursday by claiming the poll was rigged following big losses for his party. Duration: 00:23 Nov 21, 2013

Television became 'window to the world' during JFK tragedy

Television cemented its primacy with the American public after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a national trauma whose unfolding in real time was uniquely suited for the emerging medium. Duration: 02:30 Nov 21, 2013

Nurses battle fatigue in tide of Philippine typhoon births

Medical staff work around the clock to cope with the volume of pregnant women at Tacloban's maternity hospital where hundreds of babies have been born since Typhoon Haiyan struck devastating the city. Duration: 01:06 Nov 21, 2013

Retracing Lee Harvey Oswald's final hours

Ahead of the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination on November 22, AFPTV retraces the final days of killer Lee Harvey Oswald -- now a popular, if macabre, trail for tourists. Duration: 02:15 Nov 21, 2013

Shipwrecked sailors survive huge Philippine typhoon

Adrift in a boat in one of the most powerful typhoons ever recorded to hit the Philippines, captain Richard Rama and his terrified crew managed to stay alive, but their flotilla is now stuck on shore. Nov 21, 2013

Hong Kong domestic workers 'treated as slaves': Amnesty

In its new report, Amnesty International condemns the "slavery-like" conditions faced by thousands of Indonesian women who work in Hong Kong as domestic staff, accusing authorities of "inexcusable" inaction. Duration 01:11 Nov 21, 2013

New Japan islet created by volcano eruption

A dramatic volcanic eruption in the Pacific Ocean has created a tiny new islet in Japan's territorial waters -- the first time in decades the nation has seen the phenomenon. Nov 21, 2013

EU: Iran talks 'very substantial and detailed'

Talks on Thursday between Iran's foreign minister and world powers' chief negotiator Catherine Ashton were "very substantial and detailed," Ashton's spokesman said. Duration: 00:29 Nov 21, 2013

US Senate panel advances Yellen Fed nomination

The Senate Banking Committee on Thursday approved Janet Yellen to chair the US Federal Reserve, setting up a likely confirmation by the full chamber next month. Duration: 00:31 Nov 21, 2013