BBC World News on Video
BBC Video News with Caption
September 19, 2006
September 18, 2006
September 15, 2006
September 14, 2006
Click on the arrow in the center to watch the news.
BBC Video News Archives
News on Video in the News 2006
19 September 2006
PM's warning to Hungary rioters
Hungary's prime minister warns he will crack down on any repeat of Monday's violent protests in Budapest.
Profile: Ferenc Gyurcsany
Excerpts: We lied
In pictures: Budapest clashes
New sanctions target North Korea
Japan and Australia put new financial sanctions on North Korea, pressing the secretive state over its missile tests.
Zimbabwe hit by cuts
Shops run out of bread in Harare and Zimbabwe's main internet satellite connection shuts down over unpaid bills.
18 September 2006
Chirac urges no sanctions on Iran
French President Jacques Chirac says talks, not UN sanctions, are the way to resolve the Iran nuclear crisis.
Iran's key nuclear sites
Q&A: Iran nuclear stand-off
Somali leader survives bombing
An explosion outside Somalia's interim parliament kills four people but misses the president's convoy.
Stunning finds of fish and coral
Researchers discover spectacular fish and coral in a hugely biodiverse region of the Indonesian archipelago.
More BBC News on Video for August 2006
September 18/ Iran Diplomacy/ French President Chirac urges no sanctions on Iran
September 15/ Religion/ Pope Benedict XVI's anti-Islamic remarks
September 14/ South Korea/ korea faces a big test at the Korean-American Summit
September 13/ Fashion/ Skinny women cannot become fashion model in Spain
September 12/ Middle East/ Syria 'foils' US embassy attack
September 11/ America/ US remembers 9/11 terror five years on
September 8/ America/ Al-Jazeera TV broadcasts Bin Laden '9/11 video'
September 7/ UK/ Tony Blair confirms plan to stand down
September 6/ Japan/ Japan welcomes imperial baby boy
September 5/ history/ Mussolini's grandson calls for inquiry into his death
September 4/ Africa/ Sudan wants African Union peacekeepers to leave
September 1/ Medical Science/ Gene therapy frees two men of skin cancer
August 31/ Middle East/ Lebanese Prime Minister makes plea for help
August 30/ Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi winds up Uzbek visit
August 29/ Korea/ South Korea's Prime Minister makes gambling apology
August 28/ Mideast Ceasefire/ UN chief Kofi Annan on Lebanon truce mission
Other BBC Resources
BBC America store
Apparel & Accessories
Camera & Photo
Cell Phones & Service
Computer & Video Games
Home & Garden
Health & Personal Care
Jewelry & Watches
Kitchen & Housewares
Sports & Outdoors
Tools & Hardware
Toys & Games
BBC America store
BBC News Homepage
Video & Audio News