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At least 40 people have been killed in three days of fighting between Houthi rebels and Sunni tribesmen.
Two Emirati commentators in beIN Sport and several Saudi newspaper staff resign under pressure from their governments.
Violence erupts in the city of Sevastopol as pro- and anti-Russian rallies are held across Ukraine.
Polls suggest that former guerrilla commander Sanchez Ceren is poised to win presidency in Central American country.
It is unclear why permission was denied though March 8 event had been held without incident for the past eight years.
Malaysia and international police scrutinise passports after two passengers were found to be using stolen documents.
Defence Ministry authorises military to use force to stop North Korea-flagged tanker loading crude oil sold by rebels.
Rival rallies across country lead to scuffles as Arseniy Yatsenyuk vows not to give "an inch" of territory to Russia.
EU foreign policy chief says agreeing on a final agreement with Tehran is still "difficult and challenging".
Dozens of teenagers sign letter saying they refuse to join the army over its role in the occupation of Palestinian land.
Former warlord Marshal Mohammed Fahim Qassim, the country's first vice president, dies, government spokesman says.
At least 12 people killed at a security checkpoint near the southern Shia Muslim city of Hillah, officials say.
Ashton expected to meet with President Rouhani on her first trip there, as talks on nation's nuclear programme continue.
Voting to approve new council members seen as obligatory, in exercise that doubles as a country-wide headcount.
Search resumes for missing plane as government investigates passengers on board believed to have stolen documents.
Protests planned across the country amid standoff between Russia and the West over Crimea that shows no sign of easing.
Sunday's legislative elections viewed as referendum on peace talks with FARC, and trial run for May's presidential vote.
Iraqi prime minister accuses Riyadh and Doha of declaring war against his country in rare direct attack on Gulf states.
More than 5,000 people blew horns and whistles and carried banners in Caracas to protest against socialist president.
Tripoli says force will be used if the vessel does not stop loading at an eastern port controlled by separatists.