Man charged with murder in UVA Hannah Graham case

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Prosecutors have charged Jesse Matthew Jr. of Charlottesville, Virginia, with first-degree murder and abduction in the death of University of Virginia student Hannah Feb 10, 2015

Monsoon brings flooding misery to Jakarta

Monsoon season has arrived in indonesia. The streets of the capital Jakarta are submerged beneath flood-waters, knee deep in some places. Residential and business districts have been inundated. Feb 10, 2015

Military procession welcomes Putin to Egypt

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Russian President Vladimir Putin started on Tuesday (February 10) the official part of his two-day visit to Egypt. Putin arrived in a motorcade at al-Quba Feb 10, 2015

Rockets fly in eastern Ukraine despite talk of peace

A soup kitchen hit by rocket fire in the eastern Ukrainian Luhansk region. When the rockets stop, the workers seek shelter. It's the latest barrage in an intensifying conflict... despite peace talks Feb 10, 2015

Japan excels in auto components and car navigation

Tokyo, Feb 10 (ANI): Alps Electric, which has its headquarters in Tokyo, supplies about 40,000 types of electronic parts to more than 2,000 manufacturer companies worldwide. The company has been expanding their bases in overseas regions in order to supply their products and services quickly to the customers. Alps forayed in Malaysia in the late 1989 with paid up capital of US$13.63 million. The company has been actively expanding its manufacturing and sales offices in ASEAN regions, including Thailand, India and Indonesia for over 25 years. Additionally, they opened a new office in Hanoi, Vietnam, last year, as their sales subsidiary of Alps Malaysia. At Nilai plant, Alps Malaysia has been manufacturing automotive parts such as clock spring, sensors for car steering, power window switches, motorcycle sensors and electronic components for home electronics. Feb 10, 2015

Kashmiri Nationalists Blame Pakistan for Exporting Terror

Vienna/Muzaffarabad, PoK, February 10, 2015: Despite proclamations, Pakistan's export of terror to neighboring countries continues. Kashmiri nationalists allege Pakistan occupied Kashmir or PoK has virtually become a recruitment and training hub for anti-India groups. There seems to be no end to Pakistan's support to terror, via Pakistan Occupied Kashmir or PoK. Nationalist leaders have for long complained about the mushrooming of terror camps in the remote region, which operate with impunity despite opposition from all corners. Terror outfits like the Lashkar-e-Tayeba or LeT and the Jamaat-ud-Dawa or JuD look towards PoK's mountainous terrain to undertake training of youth to further their agenda. At a recent conference on "Terrorism and its impact on the South Asian region" in Vienna, Jammu Kashmir International Peoples Alliance said religious intolerance and extremism were major the threats to peace in the region. Pakistan, which has illegally occupied PoK for the over six decades, has been training and arming militants to wage proxy war against India, since the late seventies. Publicly, the Pakistani government maintains that it is a victim of terrorism and will not allow any militant groups to operate from its soil. Rhetoric apart, much of the terror infrastructure in PoK ha Feb 10, 2015

Kejriwal supporters celebrate Delhi victory

Supporters of Arvind Kejriwal's party celebrate the early results of Delhi state elections with the anti-corruption campaigner recording a landslide victory against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP Party. Duration: 00:43 Feb 10, 2015