One year from vote, Scotland's separatists struggle

A year ahead of a vote which could see Scotland break from the United Kingdom, the 'No' campaign has a clear lead in the polls. But Scotland’s nationalist leader remains confident of an upset. Duration: 02:53 Sep 16, 2013

Myanmar Muslim hospital offers hope

From political activists to impoverished families, all are welcome at a free hospital run by Muslims in Yangon -- a symbol of unity in a country riven by religious unrest. Duration: 01:52 Sep 16, 2013

Deadly hurricane, tropical storm combine in Mexico

Tropical Storm Manuel blasts Mexico's Pacific coast while Hurricane Ingrid creeps toward eastern states, triggering rain, landslides and floods that have killed at least 20 people. Duration: 00:41 Sep 16, 2013

UN resolution on Syria may 'wreck peace talks'

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday warned that talks by Britain, France and the United States on a tough United Nations resolution on Syria could wreck peace efforts, but said he was "convinced" the US would adhere to the framework it drew up with Russia. Duration: 00:48 Sep 16, 2013

Police, demonstrators clash again in Istanbul

Riot police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse anti-government protesters in several Turkish cities overnight Sunday, as demonstrations against the Islamic-rooted cabinet simmered across the country. Duration: 00:35 Sep 16, 2013

Philippines launches helicopter assault on rebels

Philippine troops fired rockets from helicopters at Muslim rebels who have occupied parts of a major city on Monday. This comes after an eight-day standoff that has left dozens dead. Duration: 00:39 Sep 16, 2013

Cambodia rivals meet after protest bloodshed

Cambodia's political rivals hold fresh crisis talks as thousands of protesters mass for a second day following violent clashes against a disputed election that left one demonstrator dead and several wounded. Duration: 00:27 Sep 16, 2013