U.S. marks 25th anniversary of Lockerbie bombing
Relatives of victims of the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing remember loved ones on the 25th anniversary of Lockerbie. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Iraqi refugee camp expands to cope with overwhelming numbers
A former transit camp for Syrian refugees in northern Iraq is being reconfigured and expanded to meet the needs of a growing number of displaced Iraqis, according to UNHCR. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Bush gets doused, taps Clinton in ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge"
Former U.S. President George W. Bush takes the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise awareness for ALS, dares President Bill Clinton to do the same. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
More than 30 killed in Hiroshima landslide
A devastating landslide in Hiroshima, Japan has left dozens of adults and children dead, with searchers still looking for survivors. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Will faster reforms speed up France?
France has promised faster reforms and tax breaks as he tries to win back confidence from voters who do not trust he can lift the country out of stagnation. As Ciara Lee reports it will be a hard task.
Pres. George W. Bush Takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Accepting the challenge of his daughter and others, former Pres. George W. Bush became the latest famous figure to have ice water dumped on his head to raise money for ALS research. Bush challenged former Pres. Bill Clinton, to follow suit. (Aug. 20)
36 Hours in Glasgow
Drawing on its rich musical and industrial heritage, Glasgow has re-emerged as a vibrant hub of culture, food and night life.
Possible Ebola patient in isolation at California hospital
A patient who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus is in isolation at the Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center. Linda So reports.
Russia's sanctions begin to bite
Carlsberg's profits fall and Greek farmers are left with a glut of fruit thanks to a weak Russian economy and a food ban. Hayley Platt looks at the impact the Ukraine crisis is having on European trade and business.
Flower power! Dandelions make car tyres?
Forget rolling on rubber, could car drivers soon be travelling on tyres made from dandelions? Teams of scientists are racing to breed a type of the yellow flower whose taproot has a milky fluid with tyre-grade rubber particles in it. As Joanna Partridge reports, global tyre makers are investing millions in research into a new tyre source.