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UN approves ceasefire monitors for Syria
New Iran nuclear talks 'very constructive'
Sudan fighting escalates over Heglig oilfield
Guinea-Bissau coup leaders consolidate power
Leaders gather for Americas summit
Chinese fishing boats end Philippine standoff
Manila says talks still deadlocked, but South China Sea confrontation between warships and fishing boats has ended.
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Gunmen target Hazara minority in Pakistan
At least seven people killed in latest attacks against mostly Shia ethnic group in southwestern city of Quetta.
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Teen protester 'shot in chest' in Bahrain
Boy among several people wounded when police opened fire as thousands joined funeral procession, opposition group says.
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US suspends North Korea food aid
Plans to send aid to North Korea called off, after failed rocket launch attempt contravened previous agreements.
Last Modified: 14 Apr 2012 01:49 GMT
Bollywood star in US 'racial profiling' row
US apologises to Shahrukh Khan for "delay" after actor was held for 90 minutes by airport immigration officers.
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Libya's NTC investigates rebel 'corruption'
New government freezes payments over concerns that former fighters misused funding.
Peruvian troops hunt for missing workers
Hundreds of soldiers deployed to jungle in bid to rescue 36 workers believed abducted by Shining Path.
US police shootings rise as crime falls
New figures suggest levels of violent crime in US have fallen, while police deaths have risen markedly.
Surviving the North Korean gulags
Testimonies of torture and forced labour from former detainees of North Korean prison camps.
Charities act to feed 'starving' in Britain
Charities say economic situation has severely affected thousands of people to the point of starvation.
Costs hit New Year celebrations in Sri Lanka
Rising cost of living means country's festivities for its New Year will be less elaborate.
Italians protest against pension reforms
Early retirees say they are living in limbo, without a salary or a pension, after PM raised retirement age.
Fighters in Timbuktu declare Islamic state
Exclusive report from northern Mali on move by Ansar al-Din to establish state based on Islamic law.
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Online vote to choose the slogan under which protesters rally against President Assad shows divide among activists.
US allies call for drug legalisation
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Conservatives in Guatemala and Colombia are pushing for a new approach to the drug war at the Summit of the Americas.
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