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Indonesia faces criticism from neighbours for inability to deal with plantation companies burning forest to clear land.
Amnesty International seeks halt to arms transfers to coalition members, citing evidence of "unlawful air strikes".
Israel's government stands accused of funding groups who want change.
Antiguan John Ashe who served a year-long term from September 2013 is accused of taking $1.3m from Chinese businessmen.
Footballer cleared of wrongdoing but prosecutors seek 18-month prison sentence for his father.
Armed group says four suicide bombers took part in attack that left four Emirati soldiers and at least 11 others dead.
Palestinian president says he wants to avoid a violent escalation with Israel as harsh security measures are imposed.
French president says attack on two managers by union activists threatens country's image abroad.
Fighting erupts after Taliban attacked a police headquarters overnight.
Alliance says Russia deliberately violated air space, as Kremlin invites Turkish officials to avoid 'misunderstandings'.
Protesters, most of whom belong to the Madhesi and Tharu ethnic communities, are demonstrated against a new charter.
Enbridge Energy is eyeing a major pipeline in Minnesota state, but the project faces fierce environmental opposition.
At least 499 Palestinians have been injured since Saturday as protests have spread to the West Bank.
The simmering violence in Jerusalem has been close to boiling point for the past year, analysts say.
New wildlife report has identified more than 200 newly-discovered species including a blue-eyed frog.
Scientists to share $960,000 prize for their work on tiny invisible subatomic particles known as neutrinos.
Plunder of Somali waters by foreign fishing vessels could mean the return of hijackings, locals warn.
Every two years the UK hosts the world's largest arms fair - the four-day Defence and Security Equipment International.
Four UAE soldiers of Arab coalition among 15 killed in attacks on military base and hotel in southern city.
Top-seed has not been beaten in this event since 209; Nadal also eases into second round.