19 September 2012
Breaking News Stories - January to March 2012
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Breaking video news stories in March 2012 included:
* George Clooney arrested during protest at Sudanese Embassy in Washington, D.C..
* President Obama visits Korea's Demilitarised Zone.
* Shooting at Jewish school in Toulouse.
* Soldiers storm Mali's state TV and radio station.
* 7.4-magnitude earthquake hits Mexico.
* Vladimir Putin addresses crowds after exit polls declare him presidential election winner.
* Pilot incident on Las Vegas-bound flight.
* Aftermath of US serviceman's shooting of Afghan civilians.
* Damage caused by storms in Georgia and Indiana.
* Memorial service to mark one-year anniversary of Japan tsunami.
To view a full list of AP's March 2012 news video coverage, CLICK HERE.
Breaking video news stories in February 2012 included:
* Angela Merkel meets Hu Jintao in Beijing.
* Firefighters battle blazes as Athens shops set alight.
* Clashes continue in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
* Icy weather freezes Black Sea beach resorts.
* Ice fishermen in Ukraine take advantage of Europe's cold spell.
* Five-year-old Kosovan girl rescued in avalanche aftermath.
* Life in Homs under siege.
* Kabul gunman kills two US advisers inside heavily armed government compound.
* 49 killed and hundreds injured in Buenos Aires train crash.
* Seychelles prepares for arrival of Costa Allegra cruise ship.
* Rio carnival showcases elite dance schools and renovated Sambadrome.
To view a full list of AP's February 2012 news video coverage, CLICK HERE.
Breaking video news stories in January 2012 included:
* Costa Concordia passengers talk about evacuating the sinking ship.
* Republican hopefuls make final efforts before Iowa caucus vote.
* Australian Prime Minister Julia surrounded in restaurant by protestors.
* Crowds angered when Apple iPhone 4 launch cancelled in China.
* Multi-storey building collapses in Rio de Janeiro.
* Wikipedia plans 24-hour blackout in protest against US Congress anti-piracy proposals.
* Reconstruction still needed in Haiti, two years after earthquake.
* Time-lapse video shot in Norway of Northern Lights.
* Moscow's ice town opens to the public.
* Beijing welcomes in the Year of the Dragon with fireworks and bell-ringing.
To view a full list of AP's January 2012 news video coverage, CLICK HERE.
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