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Updated: 1 year 41 weeks ago
State media says at least two killed after fifth straight day of protests against President Wade's rule.
Two judicial officers killed by gunmen as Egypt recalls its ambassador and China says a peaceful solution is possible.
Live-fire drills conducted near disputed Yellow Sea border despite threats of retaliation from Pyongyang.
Trade deficit touched $18.5bn as fuel imports rose and exports tumbled due to strong yen and slump in demand in Europe.
European finance ministers are due to decide on next bailout tranche, amid more protests over budget cuts in Athens.
Western allies call for more time for sanctions to work, as tensions run high following Iranian naval deployment.
Iran state media says two vessels have crossed Suez Canal and arrived in Syria, provoking angry response from Israel.
Deep budget cuts have paved the way for approval of a new $171 billion European bailout for the debt-laden nation.
German government and opposition agree on backing Joachim Gauck for post, after incumbent quit amidst scandal.
Violence at jail on the outskirts of northern business city of Monterrey leaves at least 44 people dead.
President rallies supporters as polls show him trailing opponent by 10 points just nine weeks before vote.
Moscow says referendum outcome was biased because it excluded 319,000 Russian-speaking "non-citizens".
Election commission chief says nominations open on March 10 and vote will follow military's promise to leave in June.
At least five people wounded in blast outside Christ Embassy church in Suleja, a city near the nation's capital Abuja.
Car bomb attack kills at least 15 people and wounds 21 at a checkpoint near a police training academy in Iraqi capital.
Police clash with demonstrators for a fifth day of protest against the candidacy of incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade.
Move follows EU decision to stop importing crude from Iran from July 1 over its disputed nuclear programme.
Egypt recalls Syrian ambassador as activists call for civil action after mass protests over reported killing of mourner.
Henry Tang's campaign to become territory's chief executive comes under pressure over construction of illegal basement.
Initial results of plebiscite indicate that ethnic minorities' attempt to have language recognised has failed.