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Updated: 25 min 16 sec ago
Teenage hotel worker killed as Afghan security forces end siege on Roots for Peace guesthouse in upscale Kabul area.
Obama and Putin discuss tensions in telephone call, as US estimates 40,000 troops are massed near border with Ukraine.
GM extends global recall to 2.1m cars over a potentially deadly ignition fault that can cut engines at high speed.
Eleven people, including three children, killed in funeral blast as violence between Christians and Muslims continues.
Norway's former Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg to succeed NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen in October.
US diplomat says millions could be reached 'literally with the stroke of a pen' if government allowed UN convoys in.
Putin congratulates Russian army for Crimea takeover, while Obama denounces assembly of troops at border with Ukraine.
Clashes between army and anti-government fighters near city on Baghdad's doorstep turn deadly, leaving at least 48 dead.
Tony Abbot calls on Egyptian interim president Mansour to expedite the release of Peter Greste, an Australian citizen.
Possible debris seen floating in Indian Ocean after search for Malaysian plane moves north as radar reveals new data.
Saadi Gaddafi, Muammar Gaddafi's third son, asks Libyans for forgiveness in interview videotaped in prison.
International investigation that found suspected crimes against humanity is renewed for another year.
The US president will meet the Saudi king as the two nations disagree over negotiations with Iran and policies in Syria.
Israel tells Palestinians it will not release fourth group of prisoners by March 29 deadline, jeopardising peace talks.
One hundred nations declare Crimea referendum illegal, with 11 against and 58 abstaining in largely symbolic resolution.
Russian rocket and missile tests on Kazakh lands halted after rocket explodes near village.
Second member of security forces killed in two days as sectarian violence flares in northern Lebanese city.
President Rajapaksa orders release as goodwill gesture to India for abstaining from UN vote on alleged rights abuses.
Ten suspected members of the Zetas drug cartel killed in gunfight with police and soldiers in eastern city of Perote.
Armed groups are increasingly forging links across the border of Syria and Iraq, fuelling sectarian tensions, UN says.