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Jordan is still awaiting proof that a captured military pilot is alive before agreeing to a deal to swap a convicted female jihadist for his release.
The EU has expanded its raft of sanctions against Russia as fighting continues in the east and fresh moves are made hold peace talks.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Boko Haram is "a clear danger to national, regional and international peace and security".
The ideological leader of Yemen-based al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) says France has surpassed the United States as the top enemy of Islam.
Republican 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney has ended weeks of speculation by saying he will not make another White House run in 2016.
The air force's No.5 Squadron has manned a flight marking the resumption of defence ties with Fiji as its role in the Pacific is remembered.
A New Zealand man has been shot during a family dispute in Thailand.
A US-led coalition air strike has killed a former Saddam Hussein chemical weapons specialist with the Islamic State group in Iraq.
World leaders warned of a rise in anti-Semitism as they gathered with survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp.
A French court has blocked parents from naming their baby girl after the hazelnut spread Nutella.
College teams in the US have used their maths, science and engineering skills to develop hands-free, automated snow plows.
More than 120 Boko Haram militants are dead after the Islamist group challenged a Chadian army contingent in northern Cameroon, officials say.
Three Americans killed in an "insider attack" in Kabul were helping on maintenance of a plane used by the Afghan air force, US defence officials say.
Two balloonists have drifted closer to touchdown in Mexico's Baja California region in an epic trans-Pacific flight that began in Japan.
African Union leaders have named Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe to the bloc's one-year rotating chair.
Korean Air chief Cho Yang-Ho has apologised for his daughter's behaviour to a South Korean court, where she is on trial.
A Syrian woman stoned by the jihadist Islamic State group for alleged adultery has miraculously walked away from the brutal punishment.
50 years after Winston Churchill's death, Britain has paid tribute to its wartime prime minister, who remains a touchstone of political life.
A powerful bomb has torn through a busy Shi'ite mosque in southern Pakistan, killing more than 60 people.
She may not look like your average gym-goer, but 93-year-old Kay Didas just hit her 1000th workout at Curves Gym in the city of Portage.
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