RUSSIA-BUS BLAST: A female suicide bomber attacked a bus in southern Russia on Monday, authorities said, killing at least six people in the deadliest such blast outside the volatile North Caucasus region in nearly three years. Nathan Frandino reports.

CHINA-SMOG: Thick smog envelopes part of northeastern China, forcing the closure of schools and highways. Nathan Frandino reports.

FRANCE-USA SPYING REPORT: New allegations published in Le Monde newspaper say the U.S. has been collecting tens of thousands of French telephone records. Nathan Frandino reports.


PAKISTAN-RAIL BLAST AFTERMATH: At least seven killed in railway track explosion which derailed passenger train carriages. Paul Chapman reports.

AUSTRALIA-READ/CONFESSION: Notorious Australian criminal Mark 'Chopper' Read confessed to four murders in an interview days before his death. Paul Chapman reports.

USA-SAME SEX MARRIAGE: Weddings for same-sex couples begin in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Paul Chapman reports

IRAQ-BLAST AFTERMATH ROUGH CUT: Dozens killed in suicide bomb blast outside a cafe in a mainly Shi'ite Muslim district of Baghdad. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

EGYPT-CHURCH/SHOOTING: At least three killed as gunmen open fire on wedding guests at a Coptic Christian church in the Egyptian capital. Paul Chapman reports.

GREECE-MYSTERY GIRL/LAWYER: Lawyer for couple found with a young girl at a Roma camp in Greece says they were caring for her after adopting her illegally. Paul Chapman reports.

MONTENEGRO-GAY PRIDE SCUFFLES: Montenegro's first gay pride march ends in scuffles between police and opponents of same sex rights. Paul Chapman reports.

AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES: A state of emergency is in force as Australia's bushfires threaten more communities. Paul Chapman reports.

USA-KERRY-SHARIF U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif in Washington. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

BAHRAIN-SITRA CLASHES Protesters clash with riot police in Bahrain, following the burial of a twenty-year-old escaped prisoner. Gavino Garay reports

USA-BOX OFFICE For the third weekend in a row, 3-D space thriller "Gravity" rockets to the top of box office charts, earning over $170 million in ticket sales since its release. Gavino Garay reports.

SYRIA-HAMA BLAST CLEAN ROUGH CUT Syrian firefighting crews try to subdue fires on burning vehicles after suicide bomber driving a truck kills at least 31 people in Hama. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

MONTENEGRO-GAY PRIDE CLASHES ROUGH CUT The first gay pride march to be successfully staged in Montenegro ended with scuffles between marchers and police as well as people opposed to same sex rights. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

SYRIA-CHECKPOINT BOMB ROUGH CUT Amateur video purports to show Syrian rebels partially camouflaging a car bomb before exploding it near an army checkpoint in a Damascus suburb. Rough Cut (no reporter narration.

EGYPT-CLASHES ROUGH CUT Egyptian security forces fire bird shot and tear gas at supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

SYRIA-BLAST AFTERMATH-TALKS Syria's state TV reports that a suicide truck bomb killed at least 30 people in the central city of Hama, as the Arab League announces possible dates for renewed peace talks in November. Mana Rabiee reports.

USA-JP MORGAN SETTLEMENT In the largest deal ever between a single company and the U.S. government, banking giant JPMorgan Chase tentatively agrees to a $13 Billion deal to settle federal investigations into bad mortgage loans. Mana Rabiee reports.

BAHRAIN-SITRA CLASHES Protesters clash with riot police in Bahrain, following the burial of a twenty-year-old escaped prisoner. Gavino Garay reports