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Bombings targeting polio vaccination workers and gunfire exchange leave at least 21 dead in northwest Pakistan.
Prime minister of autonomous region appeals for help from Moscow, as Kiev says it will not be drawn into armed conflict.
Iranian president says the reason the country does not seek nuclear weapons is due to belief in religious principles.
Fifty-year-old Palestinian woman killed by the Israeli military for walking too close to the border.
Move seen as prelude to eased tensions in nation where protesters' demand for PM's resignation has led to deadly unrest.
US Secretary of State John Kerry asks other countries to bolster mediation efforts.
Hundreds of migrants reach Spain's north African territory by storming over fence, leaving 35 injured, officials say.
Gunfight between Shia fighters and security forces leaves 13 dead, as the Houthi movement strengthens in the north.
US president says he is "deeply concerned" by Russian troop movements in Crimea and warns of "costs" of intervention.
At least nine bodies found, as the UN considers censuring the Sri Lankan government over possible war crimes.
Ukrainian official says Moscow has deployed nearly 2,000 suspected troops to an airbase in tense southeastern region.
French president meets interim president, religious leaders and French troops during trip to Central African Republic.
Philip Seymour Hoffman died from taking a mixture of heroin, cocaine and other drugs, New York medical examiner rules.
Tear gas and stun grenades used against stone-throwing protesters after funeral of young man who died in police custody.
Government accuses aid group of misleading the world about an attack on Rohingya last month in northern part of Rakhine.
Ousted Viktor Yanukovich pledges to fight for his country's future, calling current parliament illegitimate.
Privatisation bill, which is necessary to secure bailout money, is vetoed in first vote over workers' rights concerns.
As the World Bank cuts a loan to Uganda over its new anti-gay law, will this force the government to back down?
British woman who stabbed three men to death and attacked two others "to see how it would feel" is jailed for life.
Court releases five people - including two ministers' sons - embroiled in graft probe that has rocked government.