Pro-Gaddhafi Prisoners “Beaten With Chains”

Conditions in Libyan prisons have caused much controversy after Doctors Without Borders recently suspended its work in Misrata saying its medics were increasingly confronted with patients who suffered injuries caused by “torture” during questioning. World News Videos by NewsLook

Syrian Army Advances on Damascus

Syrian troops are continuing a bloody crackdown on rebel fighters around the capital city of Damascus as Arab League observers abandon their positions and seek refuge in their hotels. World News Videos by NewsLook

Papua New Guinea Soldiers Oust Defense Chief

A mutiny in Papua New Guinea has resulted in the ouster of the nation’s top defense official by rebels who seized the military’s headquarters and are demanding the reinstatement of former Prime Minister Michael Somare. World News Videos by NewsLook

Raw Video: Car Bombs Explode in Baghdad’s Sadr City

A wave of car bombings has hit Iraq’s capital, killing 14 people and wounding dozens more amid an escalating political crisis, a month after the US military withdrawal. World News Videos by NewsLook

Yemen’s Saleh to Seek Treatment in U.S.

Outgoing Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has left his home nation to seek medical treatment in the U.S., while protesters call for justice against him despite immunity. World News Videos by NewsLook

Economists Predict 50:50 Chance of “Eurogeddon”

Australia’s pre-eminent economics advisory practice, Deloitte Access Economics, is forecasting that Europe has a 50 to 50 chance of managing to muddle through its major debt crisis. Finance News Videos by NewsLook

Kenya Braces for ICC Ruling on Top Officials

The International Criminal Court will decide over the next few days whether six men accused of orchestrating post-election violence in Kenya in 2008 should stand trial. Tens of thousands of people who fled the violence are still living in refugee camps. World News Videos by NewsLook

Car Bomb Kills at Least Nine in Iraq’s Mosul

At least nine people were killed when a car bomb exploded on Monday inside a residential complex housing displaced Shi’ite Muslims in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. World News Videos by NewsLook

A Spiritual Journey in Benin

Voodoo was born in the West African nation of Benin. And here it is an official religion. This story follows voodoo priest Aza Ganoun and his daughter Asiba, as she embarks on journey to become a voodoo medium. Arts Video News by NewsLook

Raw Video: Ahmadinejad Meets Cuba’s Raul Castro

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad meets Cuban President Raul Castro but a bomb attack that killed an Iranian nuclear scientist is not discussed during the meeting. World News Videos by NewsLook

Ten-Year Anniversary Highlights Obama’s Guantanamo Failure

It has been 10 years since the first prisoners arrived at the Guantanamo detention center in Cuba. Some 779 prisoners have passed through the U.S. Naval base since it was designated as a location for holding men suspected of involvement in al Qaeda.

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