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Updated: 44 min 5 sec ago
US fails to arrange face-to-face talks between Russian foreign minister Lavrov and Ukrainian counterpart.
Report says Cairo police use excessive force when 624 people died on one day last August, but says they were provoked.
General elections to be held in nine phases over April and May, with polling to start on April 7.
GCC states say move is to protect "security and stability", claiming Qatar did not sign pact on non-interference.
All parties focused on job of dismantling chemical stockpile, OPCW-UN mission head says, as US criticises Assad regime.
Network continues to call for release of journalists accused of spreading false news and belonging to "terrorist group".
Announcement comes as diplomats meet over Ukraine crisis and US says it will give more military aid to eastern Europe.
Tens of thousands of Hugo Chavez supporters gathered to mark first anniversary of socialist revolutionary's death.
Beijing boosts its defence spending, promising to safeguard the nation's territorial sovereignty.
UN condemns what it calls Syria government "starvation until submission" campaign, saying 250,000 people are trapped.
US announces more military aid for Eastern European nations as Lavrov and Kerry talk for first time on crisis in Crimea.
Heavy fighting breaks out in Juba military barracks over "misunderstanding" about salaries, government says.
Tehran says it has perfected multiple-warhead, medium-range ballistic missiles designed specifically to hit US bases.
Athlete's character questioned as witness says Pistorius asked friend to take blame for accidental shooting.
Military says it stopped ship in the Red Sea carrying Syrian "advanced weaponry" being shipped from Iran to Gaza.
Russian foreign minister repeats assertion that armed men deployed in Ukraine's peninsula do not answer to Moscow.
Desperation and hunger forces South Sudanese civilians to continue to flee, even to war-stricken Darfur, UN says.
Largest rise in three years is seen as a indicator that China will continue its assertive regional policy.
The area around Arsal has long been home to smuggling routes used by opposition forces to move fighters and weapons.
At least 12 people have been killed in a series of explosions, mainly targeting Shia majority areas of Baghdad.