Churchill's London bunker welcomes wannabe WWII spies

Sixty years after the Second World War, hundreds of people attended a one off event at The Churchill War Rooms in London to see if they also could have made the cut as Special Operations Executives -- or spies. Duration: 02:19 Oct 28, 2013

Hundreds of Tunisian security forces protest in capital

Hundreds of people protest in front of the ministry of interior in Tunis after police unions called for protests for more resources to fight against 'terrorist groups'. Six policemen were killed in clashes last week. Duration: 00:35 Oct 28, 2013

Argentina's ailing Kirchner takes hit in midterm vote

President Cristina Kirchner begins the final stage of her presidency weakened after setbacks in a mid-term vote, though her supporters kept a majority in Congress. Candidates in the country's biggest voting district react to the outcome there. Duration: 01:18 Oct 28, 2013

Syrian mortar shell kills man in Turkey

A man was killed and his daughter wounded in southeastern Turkey by a mortar shell fired from across the border with war-torn Syria, health officials said. Duration: 00:38 Oct 28, 2013

Rare exhibition of Byzantine art opens in Washington

An exhibition of art from the Byzantine Empire has opened at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The show includes of spectacular icons, mosaics and sculptures, some which have never before been exhibited outside of Greece. Duration: 01:02 Oct 28, 2013

Fresh violence erupts across crisis-hit Bangladesh

Fresh violence erupted across Bangladesh on Monday, leaving at least four people dead as rival party activists clashed on the second day of a strike amid a mounting political crisis. Duration: 00:40 Oct 28, 2013

Fashion show on subway for Sao Paulo Fashion Week

A fashion show is organized on a subway in Sao Paulo for the opening of Latin America's most important fashion week, with models mingling with commuters in the unlikely setting. Duration: 01:23 Oct 28, 2013

WH: US mustn't gather intelligence 'just because we can'

The United States said on Monday it must better weigh the risks and rewards of its spying activities and that the fact it had the technical expertise to carry out certain espionage missions, did not mean that it should. Duration: 00:57 Oct 28, 2013

World's tallest man becomes happiest man on earth

Turkey's Sultan Kosen, at 2.51 metres (eight foot three) the world's tallest man, has wed a Syrian woman he called the "love of my life", though he towers over his 1.75-metre bride. Duration: 00: Oct 28, 2013