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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.
ISIL fighters retreat to the east following ultimatum by rival al-Qaeda faction Nusra to drive them from northern Syria.
President Thein Sein asks parliament to consider an intermarriage bill aimed at 'protecting' Buddhists.
More than 200 African migrants break through border fence into Spain's north African territory of Melilla.
Kiev accuses Moscow of invading Crimea, as armed men seize two airports and Russian helicopters fly over the region.
CBS correspondent accuses Cairo of holding four journalists hostage without any credible charges against them.
Alexei Navalny's movements restricted after request from investigators probing alleged embezzlement case against him.
French president's trip is the second since he sent troops into former colony in attempt to quell violence.
Global lender says $90m put on hold to ensure its development objectives are not adversely affected by new law.
Chief of Sahara group is taken into custody after surrendering in case relating to non-refund of investors' money.
Cities in South America's largest oil exporting nation witness more anti-government protests amid carnival celebrations.
Thirteen students and two teachers killed after bus crashes into truck in eastern part of the country.
Reports of armed men entering airport follow takeover of government buildings in Simferopol, regional capital of Crimea.
Five soldiers dead after member of counterinsurgency force opens fire in military camp before killing himself.
Tension escalates between Moscow and Kiev after armed takeover, with Ukraine leader warning against Russian aggression.
Group's 2,300km journey by foot from Quetta to Islamabad, which started last October, aimed at highlighting army abuse.
German chancellor says in address to both houses she does not support fundamental EU reform as demanded by UK's Cameron.
Fethullah Gulen accused of sowing dissent after second audio leak deepens allegations of government corruption.
Cameron launches probe into secret deal made by governments that granted recipients protection from prosecution.