Israel court remands Iran spy suspect

An Israel court on Monday remanded in custody for eight days an alleged Iranian spy, arrested on September 11 carrying photographs of the US embassy in Tel Aviv. Duration: 00:33 Sep 30, 2013

French trial opens amid Roma polemic

Twenty-seven ethnic Roma go on trial for organised theft in France, amid a political row over the treatment of France's Roma population. French trial opens amid Roma polemic. Duration: 00:51 Sep 30, 2013

Hagel tours last Cold War frontier in Korea

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel tours the South-North Korean border, ahead of talks on switching command of combined US and South Korean forces in the event of war with the North. Duration: 00:59 Sep 30, 2013

Suicide bombing at Iraqi Shiite mosque kills dozens

Iraqis are sifiting through the rubble after a suicide attack at the Al-Hussein mosque, in the district of al-Musayyib, left at least 27 people dead and dozens more wounded. Duration: 00:24 Sep 30, 2013

UN election observers: Guinean voters want stability

Guineans "expressed quietly their desire to end the transition," in the parliamentary elections Saturday, despite "important organizational deficiencies," declared Monday at a press conference the EU Chief observer in Guinea. Duration: 00:44 Sep 30, 2013

Russia extends detention of more Greenpeace crew

A Russian court orders the detention for two months of eight more crew members of a Greenpeace ship who protested against Arctic oil drilling as part of a probe into alleged piracy. Duration: 00:36 Sep 30, 2013

Obama, Netanyahu discuss new perspectives on Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Monday Iran must dismantle its "military nuclear program" as a condition for a diplomatic breakthrough that would head off the prospect of military action. Duration: 01:15 Sep 30, 2013

Israel: Iran intentions should be judged on deeds

Israeli President Shimon Peres said on Monday that arch-foe Iran's bid to allay Western fears over its nuclear programme should be judged "by deeds" rather than a mere charm offensive. Duration: 00:39 Sep 30, 2013

Japan's luxury fruit masters grow money on trees

An industry of fruit boutiques has defied Japan's sluggish economy to consistently offer luscious and lavishly tended produce for hefty prices -- and it is always in demand Duration 01:36 Sep 30, 2013

Knox, ex-lover retrial for Italy murder begins

The retrial of Amanda Knox and her former lover for the murder of a British student begins in Florence, with lawyers for the victim saying her family was long overdue the truth behind one of Italy's most notorious crimes. Duration:01:32 Sep 30, 2013

DC residents wary as government shutdown nears

Hundreds of thousands of US government workers came to work Monday without knowing whether they will be needed on Tuesday, as federal agencies face a devastating shutdown. Duration: 00:46 Sep 30, 2013