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Bangladeshis Protest Against Recent Violence
Bangladeshis Protest Against Recent Violence

Hundreds of Bangladeshis marched through Dhaka's streets on Saturday (January 31) to protest against damage caused to their vehicles in recent violence. Violence has worsened steadily since January 5, when protests erupted over last year's election, which was boycotted by the Bangladesh Nationalist Part (BNP). At least 27 people have died from violence in Bangladesh's deepening political crisis since last year's disputed elections.

China's "Great Firewall" Frustrates Internet Users
China's "Great Firewall" Frustrates Internet Users

Virtual private networks, or VPN services like Astrill, are used by many in China to get around the government's internet censorship. But they've been disrupted by a recent upgrade in the "Great Firewall". The Chinese government says it's necessary, as censors maintain a tight grip on what can and cannot be published online to eliminate anything seen as a threat to the ruling Communist Party.

India Successfully Test Fires Nuclear Missile
India Successfully Test Fires Nuclear Missile

India successfully test-fired for a third time a nuclear-capable missile on Saturday (January 31) that can reach Beijing and Eastern Europe, bringing a step closer the production of a weapon designed to strengthen its nuclear deterrent. Footage showed the Agni-V rocket, with a range of more than 5,000 km (3,100 miles), blasting off from an island off Odisha. It was not immediately clear how far the rocket flew before reaching its target in the Indian Ocean.

Hometown of Jordanian Pilot Held by IS Anxious for News
Hometown of Jordanian Pilot Held by IS Anxious for News

Residents in Karak, the hometown of a Jordanian pilot captured by Islamic State militants are anxious to find out what's happened to him. The group had threatened to kill Muath al-Kasaesbeh unless Jordan handed over an Iraqi would-be suicide bomber by sunset on Thursday. Those marching are hoping for news now that that deadline's passed. His father Safi is in the capital, Amman.

G.E.M. Gets Singapore Fans Moving
G.E.M. Gets Singapore Fans Moving

Her name is Gloria Tang, but she's better known by her sparklier stage name, G.E.M -- which stands for Get Everybody Moving. The 23-year-old singer, who's based in Hong Kong, is performing in Singapore for the first time. And because of overwhelming demand, there's going to be three shows instead of one. G.E.M. already sings in Mandarin, English and Cantonese -- but she wants to add more to that list.

Death Toll from Sinai Attacks Expected to Rise
Death Toll from Sinai Attacks Expected to Rise

A wounded child is rushed to hospital, after late night attacks in Sinai that were claimed by Islamic State's Egyptian wing. Authorities say at least 30 soldiers and police officers were killed, and the death toll's expected to rise. This man's an uncle of some of the children who were injured in the attacks.

Flames Roar at Moscow Library
Flames Roar at Moscow Library

Firefighters in the Russian capital Moscow on Friday (January 30) night battled a large fire in the library of the Institute of Scientific Information on Social Sciences. The fire broke out in on the top floor of the three-story building shortly after 10 PM (1900 GMT), and emergency workers said they had localized the blaze a few minutes after midnight, according to Russian news agency RIA.

"You Gotta Go Do It"- Will Gadd on Climbing Niagara Falls Ice Wall
"You Gotta Go Do It"- Will Gadd on Climbing Niagara Falls Ice Wall

Professional ice climber Will Gadd scaled the world famous Niagara Falls on Tuesday (January 27), becoming the first person ever to climb the massive waterfall. "Niagara Falls is the coolest, wildest, largest volume waterfall in the world. It's the best known waterfall in the world and as an ice climber, you gotta go do it. Just nobody figured out how to do it until pretty recently," said the 47 year-old adventurer during an interview with Reuters on Friday (January 30).

Remembering Churchill
Remembering Churchill

It was fifty years ago that funeral services were held for wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill -- an event reenacted January 30th as the boat that carried his coffin retraced its journey. Prime Minister David Cameron was joined by other leaders to honor his memory.

Ian Fleming's Only Children's Novel Celebrates 50 Years
Ian Fleming's Only Children's Novel Celebrates 50 Years

A children's classic is celebrating its 50th anniversary. "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang," about the adventures of a magical car and its owner, has been commemorated with the publishing of a special anniversary edition. But while many are familiar with the story - and its 1968 film version - few realize that the author of the story was Ian Fleming, the man who created James Bond. "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang" was his first and only children's book.

Hopes of Return Muted in Devastated Syrian Kurdish Town
Hopes of Return Muted in Devastated Syrian Kurdish Town

Celebratory gunfire in Kobani. After months of daily air strikes by U.S.-led forces and fierce clashes between Kurdish fighters and Islamic State, some residents are beginning to venture into the town's war-torn streets. Kurdish forces said this week that they had taken full control of the town, which sits near the Turkish border. But refugees from Kobani sheltering in nearby Suruc, Turkey, remain skeptical about their hometown's safety.

Forced Underground in Ukraine
Forced Underground in Ukraine

It's a cruel winter in Debaltseve. Fighting rages around the eastern Ukrainian city. People seek shelter where they can -- like in the basement of this art school. Living underground means relying on the kindness of others and the hope they will be willing to help out. This is now home to 16 people. Local resident Yuri says he has no way out.

Suge Knight Arrested, Jackson's Family Denied Appeal
Suge Knight Arrested, Jackson's Family Denied Appeal

Rap mogul "Suge" Knight was arrested for murder on Friday (January 30) in connection with a hit-and-run accident that killed one person near Los Angeles. Before his arrest, Knight arrived at a sheriff's station to take questions from homicide detectives. He was booked and was being held on 2 million dollars bail. On Thursday, a man fitting Knight's description ran two people over outside a burger restaurant and then fled the scene. One of the men died.

January Worst Month for Stocks in a Year
January Worst Month for Stocks in a Year

The big Shake Shack debut on the New York Stock Exchange not enough to boost the stock market. There the focus was on the economy, which grew at a much slower rate in the fourth quarter, sending stocks to their second losing week in a row, and putting a big red arrow in front of the month of January for stocks as well.

Etan Patz Murder Trial Begins in NYC
Etan Patz Murder Trial Begins in NYC

The father of Etan Patz arrives in court Friday for opening statements in the trial for his son's 1979 kidnapping and murder. Pedro Hernandez is charged with killing the six-year-old boy whose disappearance from a New York City street ignited a national movement to find missing children. He was one of the first whose picture appeared on a milk carton.

Super Ads at the Big Game
Super Ads at the Big Game

No matter which team wins on superbowl Sunday, NBC will declare a victory cashing checks for $4.5 million dollars for each 30 second ad it sold during the big game. And with 112 million people watching, advertisers are sticking to big popular themes, like dads and family. Dads, family and cars ... and cars and celebrities ... and celebrities talking about family. And the game has 15 new names, a 50 percent increase from last year. Jeanine Poggi from Ad Age:

Children in Damascus Stage Mock Funeral as They Call for Food and Attention
Children in Damascus Stage Mock Funeral as They Call for Food and Attention

Children in Damascus hold a mock funeral. The video which cannot be independently verified by Reuters, shows children in the Yarmouk refugee camp -- mostly Palestinians in Syria. They stage a cry for help. They want food, shelter and attention. The pleas for help come in a country in the throws of war. More footage appears to show Islamic Front fighters celebrating an attack in Idlib -- claiming they have taken down the so-called Yellow Castle -- used by regime forces.

Security Will Be Tight for Super Bowl
Security Will Be Tight for Super Bowl

Metal detectors are in place and bomb-sniffing dogs are being deployed for Super Bowl Sunday. Security for the big game will be tight. Officials say, while there have been no specific or credible threats, recent terror attacks overseas have gotten their attention. "We're always looking at trends and things that are occurring around the world. And how those things could affect us."

Singer Demis Roussos Buried in Athens
Singer Demis Roussos Buried in Athens

Friends and family of acclaimed Greek singer Demis Roussos gathered to say their goodbyes at his final resting place in central Athens. The 68-year-old died in the Greek capital after a long illness last Sunday. The somber ceremony was attended by entertainers, artists, politicians and TV personalities, including his friend, poet Dimitris Iatropoulos, who delivered the eulogy.

Israel's Tenders for Settlement Houses Concerns White House
Israel's Tenders for Settlement Houses Concerns White House

The White House has deep concerns about Israel's decision to issue tenders for the construction of 450 new housing units in occupied Palestinian territory, a spokesman said Friday (January 30). The move could undermine efforts to achieve peace in the region, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told a daily briefing.

Peshmerga Unleash Firepower in Battle for Kirkuk
Peshmerga Unleash Firepower in Battle for Kirkuk

Peshmerga forces unleash fire power against Islamic State just southwest of the Iraqi city of Kirkuk. IS has frequently battled Iraqi security forces and Shi'ite militias further south and west, but attacks in and around Kurdish-controlled Kirkuk have been less frequent. Kurdish military sources say the peshmerga repelled several dawn attacks by Islamic State. A senior Kurdish official posted on Twitter that 45 militants and seven Kurdish "martyrs" were killed around Kirkuk.

U.S. Wants to Analyze DNA from 1 Million People
U.S. Wants to Analyze DNA from 1 Million People

The United States has proposed analyzing genetic information from more than 1 million American volunteers as part of a new initiative to understand human disease and develop medicines targeted to an individual's genetic make-up. At the heart of the "precision medicine" initiative, announced on Friday by President Barack Obama, is the creation of a pool of people - healthy and ill, men and women, old and young - who would be studied to learn how genetic variants affect health and disease.

Clean-Up Efforts Resume Following Deadly Blast in Mexico
Clean-Up Efforts Resume Following Deadly Blast in Mexico

Mexico City woke up Friday to the sounds of clean-up efforts after a deadly gas truck explosion. Crews spent the morning digging through the wreckage of the maternity hospital and looking for more survivors. Thursday's blast killed at least three people, including two young children, and injured more than 70 people.

Tensions Rise as Greece Rejects Troika
Tensions Rise as Greece Rejects Troika

It all started so well. Euro zone finance boss Jeroen Dijsselbloem was given a warm welcome in Athens by new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The pair kicking-off Greece's crucial debt talks. The climate soon turned frosty though. The clouds gathering on cue ahead of Dijsselbloem's next stop - the finance ministry. Despite his relaxed appearance, host Yanis Varoufakis was in combative mood.