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The major threat comes from lone wolves like the Boston Marathon bombers and the 2005 London Underground attackers.
Former New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Wyatt Creech is in Fiji to supervise the upcoming elections.
Thousands of foreign tourists and Mexicans are staying in hotels converted into temporary shelters, as Hurricane Odile heads towards resorts.
North Korea's Supreme Court has sentenced US citizen Matthew Miller to six years' hard labour for "hostile" acts.
Some 2000 demonstrators have taken to the streets of Glasgow to protest against the BBC's coverage of Scotland's independence referendum, four days before the knife-edge vote.
More than 400 Vietnamese drug addicts have escaped from a rehabilitation centre where they were detained to receive compulsory treatment.
The Church of Scientology in Australia has apologised for using the word ANZAC in a fundraising campaign.
Sarah Palin's daughter has a solid right hook, if witness reports of a drunken Palin family brawl are to be believed.
Frank Bainimarama held his last big rally today before the Fiji elections on Wednesday. The military dictator has ruled for eight years, this the first election since his coup in 2006.
A Gold Coast man accused of the murder of New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright has used a Facebook post to protest his innocence from within jail.
Commuters in north-eastern Spain were greeted by an unusual sight when a herd of 17 goats wandered onto underground train tracks.
Love it or hate it, the United States has one of the most recognisable national anthems in the world - and now 'The Star-Spangled Banner' is 200 years old.
Sweden has voted for a change of government with a left-leaning bloc ending eight years of a conservative-led coalition.
Appearing in the critical presidential state of Iowa, Hillary Clinton joked about her potential 2016 White House bid, saying she was more interested in steak.
There are seven parties and 249 candidates standing for the new 50-seat parliament. Each candidate has been assigned a three-digit number, and it's that number that appears on the voting papers.
Wounded veterans from around the world are taking part in the final events of the Invictus Games in London, a tournament established by Prince Harry.
Key questions and answers about the Islamic group that beheaded two American journalists and a British aid worker.
Social media sites around the world have been trying to crack down on postings from Islamic State jihadists.
Angela Merkel has vowed to resolutely combat anti-Semitism, speaking at a rally to condemn a spate of hate speech and attacks against Jews in Germany.
Heavy fighting has erupted around the rebel stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, piling further pressure on a precarious nine-day-old truce.
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