Fierce storm lashes England, France

Heavy wind and large waves batter the Brighton seafront on the south coast of England on October 27, 2013. In France, Cross-Channel ferry traffic resumes after gale-force winds forced a stoppage. Duration: 00:47 Oct 28, 2013

Romania begins work on NATO missile shield base

A ground-breaking ceremony takes place at Deveselu military base in Romania for a facility that will host missile interceptors as part of a planned NATO missile shield, a project that has irked Russia. Duration: 00:53 Oct 28, 2013

Israel strikes north Gaza after rocket fire

The Israeli air force raided the northern Gaza Strip on Monday, just hours after militants there fired rockets at the Jewish state, witnesses and the army said. Duration: 00:35 Oct 28, 2013

Georgians vote in landmark poll for new president

Georgians vote in a presidential election for a successor to charismatic reformer Mikheil Saakashvili, with a loyal ally of his billionaire foe Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili favourite to claim victory in the ex-Soviet state. Duration: 00:30 Oct 28, 2013

China's water megaproject threatens flood of problems

Water has begun flowing through a multi-billion-dollar pipeline from the vast Yangtze river to the parched cities of the north, but environmentalists say the project could have untold consequences. Duration: 02:26 Oct 28, 2013

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

Patna serial blasts: CM says had no intelligence input, announces compensation to victims

Patna, Oct 27 (ANI): After a series of crude bombs exploded in Patna city of Bihar, the satte Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that there was no intelligence input for the same and that this is totally against the culture of Bihar. He also announced the compensation of 5 lakhs for the dead and proper treatment for the injured. Kumar also assured the opposition BJP that even when there are tensions between the two parties, such incidents are highly condemnable and said that there was no lapse in security system. Oct 27, 2013