A contingent of French troops is deployed to Mali to assist a campaign against Islamist rebels, as Mali’s military leader visits soldiers wounded in the fighting. Sarah Charlton reports.
A dog whose front legs were reportedly cut off by Mexican drug traffickers is back to playing, walking and running around with the help of prosthetics legs.
An armed mob set out into the Florida Everglades on Saturday to flush out a scaly invader. It sounds like a science-fiction horror film, but it’s Florida’s plan for dealing with an infestation of Burmese pythons.
Unknown attackers throw petrol bombs at tents housing protesters outside the Egyptian presidential palace in Cairo injuring at least 15. Sarah Charlton reports.
More than 700 people turned out for the first-ever Florida Python Challenge to help rid the Everglades of the Burmese Python. The snake, an invasive non-native species, is decimating wildlife like rabbits and deer.
At least 29 police officers are injured as pro-British and Irish nationalist youths clash in Belfast, following another protest against the removal of the British flag from city hall. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Authorities have pulled out the bodies of all 46 people, including 19 children, who were buried by a landslide that swept through a village in the steep, snow-dusted mountains of southern China, state media said Saturday.
More time and money will be needed to remove the Costa Concordia from the rocks off Tuscany where it capsized last year, in part to ensure the toxic materials still trapped inside the ship don’t leak when it is righted, officials said Saturday.
An Italian diplomat came under fire in his car in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi. Deborah Gembara reports
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