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James McCormack, global head of sovereign ratings at Fitch, tells ET NOW that gradual improvement in public finances and structural reforms will be supportive of India ratings upgrade.
A 19-year-old Dutchman with a pistol forces his way into the studios of the national broadcaster NOS and demands to be allowed to go on air, before being arrested by police. Yiming Woo reports.
One woman and a child were killed after a gas explosion tore through a maternity hospital on the western edge of Mexico City , the capital\'s mayor said, revising an earlier toll. Pavithra George
The instrument known as \"Black Beauty\" is ready to strike a chord at auction. Alicia Powell reports.
Amazon stock jumps on earnings beat  (30 January 05:47 am) 
Amazon results beat forecasts, but Google had a big miss. Stocks moved higher in a late day rally on Thursday. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Video shows meeting that snared scientist  (30 January 08:45 am) 
Surveillance video shows a former scientist, Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni, now sentenced to prison, in a meeting with an undercover FBI agent he believed to be a Venezuelan government official. Rough Cut
India\'s Republic Day celebrations came to an end with the \'Beating Retreat\' ceremony in New Delhi with marching bands, camel-mounted troops and the illumination of the Presidential Palace and
Protesters disrupting a Senate hearing get an earful from Senator John McCain who called them \"low-life scum\" before they were dragged away by U.S. Capitol Police. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
Ford: new F-150 selling "extremely well"  (30 January 04:45 am) 
Ford earnings beat forecasts, but fell from the prior year as the company transitions its vehicle lineup, and launches its new aluminum F-150 pickup truck. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Paintings estimated to be worth a total of 215 million dollars (USD), including five masterpieces by Claude Monet, will go on sale at Sotheby\'s in London next week. Elly Park reports.
Kelley Blue Book\'s Karl Brauer says Ford is well positioned as 2015 begins, with key new vehicles, like the aluminum F-150 driving momentum. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Brazil promotes safe-sex ahead of carnival  (30 January 12:45 am) 
The Brazilian government launches a safe-sex campaign, promoting AIDS testing and distributing 120 million condoms throughout the country ahead of the famed carnival celebrations. Elly Park reports.
New legal woes for Lohan  (30 January 05:46 am) 
A California prosecutor is investigating whether the actress has completed her court-ordered community service. Alicia Powell reports.
Breakingviews: Facebook splurge  (29 January 11:46 pm) 
Robert Cyran and Reynolds Holding say the social network\'s hefty investment in future products makes sense, so long as the ventures pan out and the revenue keeps flowing.
Alarm bells over new Greek policies  (29 January 11:46 pm) 
There\'s growing alarm outside Greece over the measures already being taken by the new Greek government. And after several days of stock market turmoil in the country the ECB is warning commitments
Audio is released of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto\'s wife, asking Islamic State militants to spare her husband\'s life. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
The Exchange: Traveling for treatment  (30 January 01:46 am) 
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock talks to Antony Currie about the business of medical tourism and his stay in a Bangkok hospital.
Alibaba's profit plummets  (29 January 11:47 pm) 
Alibaba\'s revenue grew 40 percent but that was lower than the previous quarter, signaling a slowdown at the Chinese retailer. Fred Katayama reports.
Carlsberg's Russian hangover  (29 January 10:47 pm) 
Foreign ministers are discussing the possibility of more sanctions on Russia over the escalating Ukraine crisis. As David Pollard reports, there\'s growing evidence the current ones are really hurting
Shell shares fall on spending cut  (29 January 10:47 pm) 
Royal Dutch Shell shares have taken a hit after the oil company missed profit expectations and announced a three-year, $15 billion cut in spending. As Katie Gregory reports it reflects the steep fall
Valentino shows a romantic collection rich in history at Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2015 fashion week in Paris. Rough cut - no reporter narration
Jordanians urge their government to help secure the release of a young pilot captured by Islamic State militants as a deadline for a prisoner exchange looms. Mana Rabiee reports.
Budget airline files for bankruptcy  (29 January 10:47 pm) 
Japanese budget carrier Skymark files for bankruptcy, blaming weakening yen and a dispute with Airbus. Kirsty Basset reports.
Co-pilot flying plane prior to crash  (29 January 06:49 pm) 
Information from the black boxes of crashed AirAsia flight show co-pilot was controlling the plane prior to the accident. Julie Noce reports.
Governments analysing new IS audio  (29 January 03:12 pm) 
Both Japan and Jordan are analyzing a newly released audio clip from IS regarding possible prisoner swap. Julie Noce reports.