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Updated: 1 year 13 weeks ago
US secretary of state meets Israeli PM for second time in 12 hours in bid to extend Israeli-Palestinian talks.
Officials say one protester dead and four wounded after gunmen open fire at convoy of anti-government demonstrators.
Economic pressure on Kiev stepped up after Russia's energy giant increases price of gas by more than a third.
Investigators say officers from Clarendon parish were involved in unlawful killing of civilians.
Yoweri Museveni tells supporters his country can live without aid that donors suspended in protest at controversial law.
Senate report, obtained by newspaper, says "enhanced interrogations" contributed almost nothing in war against al-Qaeda.
At least six people killed and 25 injured in three bomb blasts in predominantly Somali area of Kenyan capital.
ICC gives Kenya government more time to submit evidence on Uhuru Kenyatta, accused of ordering violence after 2007 poll.
Enrique Hernandez Salcedo has been arrested for allegedly ordering the March 22 murder of Mayor Gustavo Garibay.
Cairo court adjourns trial a fourth time for three journalists, as they approach 100 days since their arrest.
Aid agency says Zaire strain of Ebola virus most aggressive and deadly, killing nine out of 10 patients.
Authorities revise pilot's last words to control tower, amid criticism of handling Malaysian jet's disappearance.
Kerry and Abbas spoke for more than four hours over a working dinner as efforts to salvage peace talks continue.
Military chief who toppled Mohamed Morsi says he has decided to give up his uniform so that he can "defend the nation."
UN Security Council will discuss response to latest rocket test launches from Pyongyang, officials say.
Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst was accused of spending $43m of church funds on luxury house despite calls for austerity.
SNC unable to convince body to hand it Syria's seat but will attend ministerial meetings on an "exceptional basis".
First ever direct meeting, after preparatory meetings last month with intermediaries, held in "conducive environment".
Suleiman Abu Ghaith is highest-ranking al-Qaeda figure to face trial on US soil since September 11, 2001 attacks.
US president says European NATO members should "chip in" for a credible deterrent force because "freedom isn't free".