Russia frees three more Greenpeace activists

Russia on Thursday released on bail three Greenpeace activists, including a photojournalist and a press secretary, bringing to four the number freed after two months in prison over an Arctic oil drilling protest. Duration: 00:48 Nov 21, 2013

Monty Python to reunite for live London show

The five surviving members of Britain's cult comedy troupe Monty Python reunited on Thursday to announce a one-off show at London's 20,000 capacity O2 Arena on July 1 next year, three decades after they last performed together. Duration: 00:59 Nov 21, 2013

China, EU begin negotiations on key investment pact

China and the European Union began talks on a landmark investment agreement Thursday, the EU's president said, a positive move amid lingering trade tensions between the two sides. Duration: 01:03 Nov 21, 2013

Malians skeptical of country's upcoming legislative polls

A few days before the first round of Mali's legislative elections, citizens share their expectations and views on the vote for a new national assembly. Sunday's vote come three months after Ibrahim Boucabar Keita became president. Duration: 00:55 Nov 21, 2013

Celebrations for this year's Beaujolais Nouveau

Celebrations for the launch of this year's Beaujolais Nouveau in Beaujeu, France, were upbeat Thursday, with producers promising a particularly fruity and lively vintage. Duration: 01:35 Nov 21, 2013

France names suspect in Paris shootings, says DNA is a match

France names a man arrested over dramatic shootings in Paris this week as Abdelhakim Dekhar, previously jailed for his role in a "Bonnie-and-Clyde" style murder spree, and says his DNA matched samples from the scene of the attacks.  Nov 21, 2013

Lebanon town braces for new flood of Syria refugees

The Lebanese farming town of Ersal, already inundated with Syrian refugees, is bracing for another influx as the brutal civil war creeps over the horizon just across the border. Duration: 01:24 Nov 21, 2013

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