Twin Nigeria car bombs kill more than 100 in Jos

Twin car bombings in central Nigeria killed at least 118 people and brought entire buildings down Tuesday, in the latest affront to the government's internationally-backed security crackdown. Duration: 00:57 May 21, 2014

Bosnia floods raise danger of wartime explosives

In a potentially deadly side-effect to the record-breaking floods that have engulfed Bosnia, officials warned on Monday that unexploded mines left over the 1990s conflict could be dislodged and moved. Duration: 00:53 May 21, 2014

WFP launches major airlifts, airdrops for S.Sudan camps

The international community turns its gaze this week to conflict-torn South Sudan, where the UN says $1.26 billion is needed to avoid a major humanitarian crisis threatening millions of people. Duration: 00:46 May 21, 2014

Far-right and eurosceptics prepare for EU elections

Voters prepare to cast their ballots in European elections from May 22-25, which are expected to be marked by a record-low turnout, but with a strong showing for far-right and eurosceptic political groupings. Duration: 02:14 May 21, 2014

Berlin: Merkel at inauguration of the ILA International Air Show

German Chancellor Angela Merkel took the opportunity of inaugurating the ILA International Air Show in Berlin with Turkish Minister of Transport Lütfi Elvan, to offer her condolences to families of the victims of the mine explosion. Duration: 00:30 May 21, 2014

India's Modi meets president ahead of swearing-in

India's Narendra Modi meets with President Pranab Mukherjee after his sweeping election victory in the first formal step before he is sworn in as prime minister on May 26. Duration: 00:48 May 21, 2014

No Justice for Arif Shahid

Muzaffarabad, PoK, May 20: More than one year has passed but killers of Arif Shahid are still scot free, people of Pok are demanding justice, but when Pakistan's own intelligence agencies are suspected to be behind the murder of Arif Shahid, how can someone expect justice. Anger is swelling and voices of dissent are not only emanating from Pok but from across the world. May 20, 2014

Colourful turban exhibition in Rajkot attracts visitors

Rajkot, May 20 (ANI): Visitors took a ride through history of turbans and also learnt how to tie it as they thronged a colourful exhibition in Rajkot city of Gujarat recently. Over 100 turbans of various shapes, colours and prints were put on display, which represented the rich culture of different Indian states. May 20, 2014

What happened with PM's official Twitter account is disgraceful: Meenakshi Lekhi

New Delhi, May 20 (ANI): The official Twitter account for the Prime Minister of India's Office has been renamed with a new account slated to take its place soon. The account has been renamed @PMOIndiaArchive, complying with the RTI Act and has all the tweets posted by the office till May 20. The BJP has lashed out at the outgoing Prime Minister's team for resetting Manmohan Singh's account @PMOIndia and renaming it as @PMOIndiaArchive. May 20, 2014