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Two inmates hanged, bringing to eight the number of prisoners executed under Shinzo Abe's government this years.
Abhisit Vejjajiva faces court as protests against Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra continue in Bangkok.
Leading economies agree that a funding surge for research is needed as experts warn of a dementia time-bomb.
Dozens of same-sex marriages to be annulled after court finds federal parliament should have final say on the matter.
White House "appalled" by Ukrainian government's crackdown on massive protests at Kiev's Independence Square.
Man who was supposed to be signing for the deaf was just "flapping his arms", experts say, as government investigates.
Calling for a "new start", Letta promises major reforms in country grappling with corruption and economic stagnation.
Sectarian violence continues in the country as freshly deployed French forces try to disarm militias.
Israel destroyed 30 Palestinian properties in the occupied territory, displacing families for second time in two weeks.
Gulf states praise Iran's new rapprochement efforts towards them, yet express concern on new reported nuclear projects.
Revolutionary Guard chief Jafari says the country's administrative system has been 'infected by Western doctrine'.
President Hollande, visiting violence-hit African nation, says Paris's involvement is needed 'to avoid carnage'.
Second set of three-judge panel in trial of senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders resigns following disruptions.
Case of German-ordered US strike that resulted in death of more than 90 civilians dismissed over lack of evidence.
At least 16 people killed, five others injured after fire destroys market in city of Shenzhen in country's south.
Equipment and supplies for opposition blocked after Islamic Front rebels take control of Free Syrian Army bases.
Government releases 44 prisoners, the latest in a series of amnesties by the country's reformist government.
Four servicemen killed, at least a dozen injured as explosion hits army truck in southern Pattani province, police say.
Mindanao broadcaster Rogelio Butalib shot dead, marking the third fatal attack against a journalist in two weeks.
Mayor Gustavo Petro refuses to accept Colombian government's decision to order him out and ban him from politics.