Northern lights bring spectacular Xmas to Lapland
Someone left the lights on over the North Pole on Christmas Day while Santa was out delivering presents. The Aurora Borealis lit up the sky, delivering a gift of its own with a spectacular show caught on camera by videographer Chad Blakley.
'Hobbit' Stars Return to Tolkein After Ten Years
Cate Blanchett says nothing has changed on Peter Jackson's set while Orlando Bloom can't believe so much time has passed since he made his first Tolkein epic. Both were in San Diego, promoting the new 'Hobbit' film at Comic Con (July 28)
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Here's the latest news for Monday, July 28th: UN Security Council calls for Gaza cease-fire; Family of five killed in Maine; Survivors of South Korea ferry sinking testify; Classes use African cuisine to promote healthy cooking.
UN calls for ceasefire
Israel eases its assaults in the Gaza Strip and Palestinian rocket fire from the enclave declines, as both the United States and United Nations call for a durable ceasefire. Sarah Toms reports.
Israel's army releases footage allegedly showing detonation of militant tunnel network
Israeli army releases video said to show forces preparing and executing the detonation of a militant tunnel network leading from Gaza into Israel. Rough Cut. (No Reporter Narration)
Nine people injured in lightning strike on California beach
50+ entrepreneurs help fuel UK recovery
The number of people over the age of fifty starting their own business is soaring, according to a study by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). Hayley Platt looks at how this group are helping fuel Britain's economic recovery.
Raw: Airstrike Shatters Fragile Calm in Gaza
The Israeli military says it has carried out three airstrikes on Gaza, targeting Hamas rocket launchers and infrastructure in the strip. (July 28)
10 Weirdest Apps
There's an app out there for everything, whether its helping you take a cheeky nap in the office, or performing voodoo on your enemies. Discover the very strangest applications that are just a download away, with 10 Weirdest Apps.
School girl suspected in classmate death
A high school girl in Japan has been arrested on suspicion of killing and dismembering a classmate. Sarah Toms reports.