An estimated 7,000 people participate in the third annual “War of the Tomato” in the Chilean city of Quillon. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Thousands of people marched in Madrid on Sunday to protest against plans to privatize parts of their regional public health care system, with some questioning the motives behind the government’s actions.
15-year-old Vojtech Svarc came up with a custom case for his iPhone that will carry his cash and cards along with his phone. He’s now looking for full-scale production funding on Indiegogo.
Oscar Pistorius’ track career was put on hold indefinitely because of his murder charge, his agent said Sunday.
Yoani Sanchez, one of the best known bloggers in the world, leaves Cuba for a multi-nation tour that will also include visits to Google and Facebook’s headquarters. Deborah Gembara reports.
The family of Paralympian Oscar Pistorius visited him at a police station in Pretoria on Sunday, where he is being held in custody after being charged with the murder of his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp.
The centre-left Democratic Party looks set to win Italy’s upcoming parliamentary vote, but it’s facing surprisingly stiff competition from a familiar face. Andrew Raven reports.
Shi’ites held protests across Pakistan after a Sunni group claimed responsibility for a bombing that killed 81 people in Quetta. Deborah Gembara reports.
Rebel fighters took up positions in trenches during a firefight with President Bashar al Assad’s forces on the outskirts of Homs. Deborah Gembrara reports.