Mini-libraries bringing US neighborhoods together

"Take a book, bring a book", that's the motto of the Free Little Libraries movement. Book lovers across the US install wooden boxes in their driveways to share their favorite books with their neighbors. Duration: 01:48 Nov 14, 2013

Nasrallah vows Hezbollah will keep fighting in Syria war

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah vowed to keep his forces in Syria where they are fighting alongside President Bashar al-Assad's regime, in a rare public speech delivered in Beirut on Thursday. Duration: 00:40 Nov 14, 2013

Employees fight closure of regional Spanish TV station

After twenty-six years on air, local public TV and radio in Spain's Valencia region are on the point of closing down, having suffered from years of poor financial management and running up huge debts. Duration: 02:27 Nov 14, 2013

Baltimore's arabbers keep horse-cart vending alive

Baltimore's arabbers, traditional fruit and vegetable sellers who hawk their produce on colorful horse-drawn carts, are the last horse-cart vendors in the United States. Duration: 02:07 Nov 14, 2013

Restored archangel returns to Paris' Saint Chapelle

In an extremely delicate operation, the statue of the Saint Michel archangel is placed on top of the Sainte Chapelle on Ile de la Cité in central Paris on Thursday after extensive renovation. Duration: 0:47 Nov 14, 2013

Mass kimchi-making by 3,000 women in central Seoul

It's kimchi-making season in South Korea, 3,000 women wearing surgical hats and masks with rubber gloves and aprons, gathered outside Seoul city hall for a mass kimchi-making exercise. Duration: 0:51 Nov 14, 2013

Philippines buries some dead as survivors beg for help

Scores of decaying bodies are laid in mass graves as overwhelmed Philippines authorities grapple with the disposal of the dead, while the living beg for help after the typhoon disaster. Duration: 01:14 Nov 14, 2013