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First signs of disease outbreak emerge, days after flash floods kill at least 21 in the capital Honiara.
Anti-independence liberals win assembly majority, ending chance of referendum on separation from Canada in near future.
President warms to discussions to end weeks of violent protests in which 39 people have died.
Search crews will map an underwater debris field, as relatives of passengers mark month since disappearance of MH370.
The country's attorney general says Michoacan's secretary of the interior met senior Knights Templar cartel leaders.
Thousands gathered in the capital, Kigali, to remember 1994 massacres in which an estimated million people were killed.
Pro-Russian group declares "people's republic" of Donetsk, as separatists clash with police in other eastern cities.
Nation grapples with huge political issues as it holds the biggest democratic election the world has seen.
Foreign minister says nation does not submit to jurisdiction of inquiry into alleged war crimes during civil conflict.
State system and pillar of 1959 communist revolution undergoes painful cuts in economic reform programme.
Network calls for the release of journalists imprisoned in Egypt on false accusations.
President orders release of political prisoners and easing of restrictions on parties to encourage national dialogue.
Frans van der Lugt, who lived in Syria for decades and refused to be evacuated, was shot in the head outside his home.
At least 15 civilians killed while travelling in volatile Maiwand district of southern Afghanistan, police say.
Abbas' aide says Palestine to sign up for additional UN agencies and treaties if talks collapse after April 29 deadline.
Court endorses three-year prison sentence for three "April 6" activists, sparking sit-in protests against the ruling.
Signals picked up by ship 'consistent' with flight recorders of missing Malaysian aircraft, Australian official says.
Thirteen people, reportedly responsible for recent abductions of foreigners, arrested in operations in Sanaa and Me'reb.
Survivors of Europe's worst massacre since World War II take Dutch state to court for failing to protect victims.
Huge turnout for six seats in northeastern states of Assam and Tripura as world's biggest election kicks off.