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A gas-cylinder blast inside a school bus on the outskirts of Gujrat has left 17 children dead, police say.
Alfonso Portillo describes extradition to the US, where he will face money-laundering charges, as a "kidnapping".
Officials say police reinforcements sent to Swedish capital helped as dozens set cars and recycling station ablaze.
At least 15 injured in clashes between youths and police as unrest grows over delays to long-awaited parliamentary vote.
The agency is trying to locate five men for the attack on a US consulate in Libya, Al Jazeera reports exclusively.
Thousands rally in village of Diraz to demonstrate against a raid last week on a top Shia cleric's home.
Fallout from rare strike at Arabtec Construction continues, as many South Asian labourers ordered to leave the country.
Extra police have been called to Stockholm in an attempt to end the riots that have blighted the city for five nights.
Questions asked of British security forces as the family of murdered Drummer Lee Rigby speak for the first time.
Top North Korean envoy meets China's Xi Jinping in an apparent effort to mend fences between Pyongyang and Beijing.
Defence department says it rescued three women and six children captured by rebel group Boko Haram in country's north.
US Secretary of State John Kerry criticised Iran for cutting all but eight men out of the country's presidential poll.
Two South Korean women, who had been used as 'comfort women' in the war, say they "don't need to be trampled on again".
Head of army moved to interior ministry after letter says he opposed president's son succeeding his father.
Suspected Taliban gunmen attack building in Kabul and engage in firefight against authorities.
A Typhoon jet was launched from an RAF base to escort a passenger plane from flying from Pakistan to the ground.
Continental body says it will cater for its own budget, mainly financed by China and West, as it marks golden jubilee.
On his fourth visit to the region, US secretary of state pushes Israeli and Palestinian leaders to resume negotiations.
Taskforce chairman Jeffrey Webb talks exclusively to Al Jazeera about FIFA measures planned to tackle racism in football
Five paramilitary soldiers kill while on their way to meeting with Muslim community leaders in Pattani.