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Cyprus asks EU for financial bailout
The fifth eurozone nation to seek help says it wants to limit exposure of its financial institutions to Greece crisis.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 23:39 GMT
Bailout worries in Cyprus
Russia offers loan
Eurozone crisis: Glossary
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Will Greece exit the eurozone?
Cyprus asks EU for financial bailout
Turkish cabinet meets to discuss Syria crisis
Egypt's Morsi calls for unity after poll win
Mixed ruling on Arizona immigration law
Spanish banks hit with new credit downgrades
Bashir says Sudan protests are no Arab Spring
As demonstrations against austerity measures continue, Sudan's president says they are the work of "a few agitators".
Last Modified: 26 Jun 2012 00:08 GMT
Putin seeks to refresh Israeli relations
Leaders discuss Iran's nuclear programme and Syria unrest during the Russian president's short visit to Jerusalem.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 16:10 GMT
Myanmar's Rohingya forced back to sea
Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence reached Bangladesh after days at sea, only to be turned away by border guards.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 16:09 GMT
Extradition tests Tunisia's ruling coalition
Move to send back Libya's last prime minister al-Mahmoudi leads to row between the president and Islamist PM.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 20:17 GMT
Paraguay's Lugo forms 'parallel cabinet'
Deposed president rallies allies at home and abroad to force congress to reverse a vote to remove him.
Last Modified: 25 Jun 2012 17:12 GMT
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South Sudan 'failed to stop ethnic fighting'
UN criticises Juba for its handling of tribal conflict in Jonglei state that has left 900 people dead.

Propeller planes making a comeback
A French-Italian company banks on turbo-propeller aircraft to make savings over more expensive jets.

Indians adopt new burial practices
Lack of space and bureaucracy prompt some in a Christian congregation in a southern city to share graves.

Giant of Galapagos Islands is lost forever
Lonesome George, last remaining tortoise of his kind and a conservation icon, has died at the age of 100.

Mongolian miners claim injustice
Despite the country's booming economy, miners say they are not allowed to work in the mines owned by foreign companies.

Hong Kong media fear restrictions
Journalists, who have traditionally operated freely, see China tightening its grip on the territory.

S Africa weighs nationalisation
Ruling party to debate whether mines, banks and land - 80 per cent of which is in white hands - should be state-owned.

Uneasy calm in Nigerian state amid curfew
Strict curfew in place across northern Kaduna state after church attacks, amid fears of retaliatory violence.
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With 30,000 drones expected to be flying over US skies by 2030, there is little clarity over what they will be doing.
Poets of Protest
This series delves into the soul of the Middle East with intimate profiles of poets who seek to interpret and inspire.

The Family
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Egypt in Transition
Latest news and analysis as Egyptians select first new president in post-Mubarak political era.

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News developments from across the country as voters choose a new president on July 1.

The Sahel: Anatomy of a Drought
Millions of lives are in jeopardy as West Africa faces a punishing drought.

Syria: The War Within
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