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Suspicion falls on Boko Haram after rush-hour blast - the first attack on the federal capital Abuja in two years.
Political woes deepen in oil-rich country after interim prime minister resigns over security reasons.
Documents obtained by Al Jazeera show private firm knew work setting up social network for Cubans could be classified.
Twenty-two-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps could return to swimming at Arena Grand Prix in Mesa, Arizona.
Kingdom spent $67bn in 2013, according to report - giving it the fourth largest military budget in the world.
Regime forces take rebel-held towns of Sarkha and Maaloula as they seek to cut their supply lines across the border.
Interim prime minister says he will not form a new cabinet, citing security threats against him and his family.
Blaze has killed 12 people, injured 500, engulfed 2,000 homes and forced 10,000 to flee - and it is flaring up again.
Saif al-Islam and Saadi Gaddafi among 38 former Libya regime figures accused of war crimes during 2011 uprising.
At least 35 believed killed in bus station bombing during rush hour in the capital Abuja, with toll expected to rise.
Deadline for separatists to disarm and evacuate state buildings passes, as threat of "anti-terrorist" operation looms.
Men handed sentences up to a decade for aiding and financing conflicts abroad, conspiring, and harbouring suspects.
Underwater vehicle to be deployed as searchers say they are confident they know the approximate position of the plane.
Man in his 70s arrested after three killed at two Jewish community sites day before Passover festival.
Russia rejects US assertions to UN security council that takeovers in east Ukraine are similar to tactics in Crimea.
Government to launch "full-scale anti-terrorist operation" involving military against pro-Russian activists.
Election aims to draw line under 2012 military coup that plunged Africa's first "narco-state" into chaos.
At least 11 people have died and 1,000 houses have been destroyed in the country's second major disaster this month.
Ex-foreign minister ahead of closest rival Ashraf Ghani in presidential election though run-off vote seems likely.
At least 60 reported killed in raid in troubled northeastern Borno state blamed on armed group.