Kerry says two century US LatAm policy over

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday declared that a nearly 200-year-old policy which had governed Washington's relations with Latin America was finally dead. Duration: 01:22 Nov 18, 2013

Hollande demands end to settlements after Abbas talks

French President Francois Hollande met the Palestinian leadership on Monday to discuss the faltering Middle East peace process after a day of talks in Israel focused heavily on Iran. Duration: 01:12 Nov 18, 2013

Egypt train crashes into mini-bus, kills dozens

At least 26 people, many returning from a wedding, were killed in Egypt when a train ploughed into a truck and a mini-bus at a railway crossing early Monday, the health ministry said. Another 28 people were injured in the accident, south of Cairo. Nov 18, 2013

Dramatic footage shows Philippines storm surge

Amateur video shows a storm surge causing two big waves to hit Hernani town in the Philippines on November 8. The videographer was taking shelter with five other people on the second floor of a house less than a few hundred metres from the sea. Nov 18, 2013

Sweden ready to attack in World Cup play-off vs Portugal

Sweden prepare to take on Portugal in Solna on Tuesday night in the second leg of their World Cup play-off after losing 1-0 in the first leg, and hope they will have more of an attacking game at home. Duration: 00:58 Nov 18, 2013

US delivers food supplies to isolated typhoon victims

A US helicopter delivered emergency supplies to remote typhoon-hit villages in the Philippines Monday, where the message spelt out in giant letters on the ground was clear: "Help Us. We Need Food." Duration: 00:46 Nov 18, 2013

Philippine typhoon survivors turn cave-dwellers

Victims who survived the Philippines super typhoon by huddling in a cave as a tsunami-like wave obliterated their community have now made it their home -- reduced to Stone Age conditions with nowhere else to go. Nov 18, 2013

Conservationists discuss ways to protect bluefin tuna

Conservationists meet in Cape Town Monday to discuss ways to protect the bluefin tuna population, which has been decimated by illegal fishing. Bluefin tuna can sell for over 10,000 US dollars per fish, due to a growing demand for sushi. Nov 18, 2013