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Updated: 22 min 43 sec ago
Paratroopers ordered into Tachira, near Colombian border, as anti-government protesters prepare more demonstrations.
Mogadishu police say 14 people, including nine fighters, killed in suicide bomb and gun assault, but president unharmed.
President to seek scientific advice on whether homosexuality is "genetic or behavioural" before signing anti-gay bill.
Body's human rights office says at least 80 people executed so far in 2014, including two activists from Arab minority.
Pact agrees constitutional change, early polls and release of Yulia Tymoshenko but large crowds remain in central Kiev.
Former minister says agents plan to arrest Lamido Sanusi who was suspended as governor of central bank by the president.
US President meets Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama despite China's warnings that move will damage relations.
A statement carried by the country's state media channel describes the UN report as "sheer lies".
Centre-left leader says his government will quickly enact economic reforms to get country out of financial difficulties.
After 34 years in power, Africa's oldest president says he has no intention to retire.
Incidents in Jabaliya and Hebron leave at least 15 people injured as soldiers use rubber bullets and live rounds.
Protesters found guilty of organising riot against Putin and attacking police, as supporters outside courtroom arrested.
Viktor Yanukovich also promises to form national unity government but opposition yet to respond.
Mogadishu police say guards foiled attack by suicide bombers and gunmen at government HQ, and president is unharmed.
Lamido Sanusi says president has no powers to suspend head of central bank as he hints he will challenge decision.
Crash kills 11 people, including two medical patients and three doctors, Tunisian authorities say.
Abu Sayyaf frees two Filipino-Algerian documentary filmmakers after eight months in captivity.
The body of Iranian man killed during a violent breakout from a detention center to be sent to his family.
Three accused - aged from 88 to 94 - are suspected of involvement in exterminations at infamous death camp.
At least 22 people die when three mortar rounds strike crowded market in flashpoint area.