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Turkey has summoned the Russian ambassador to Ankara for a second time after a new violation of its air space by a Russian warplane close to the Syrian border.
Boko Haram Islamists have attacked Chadian soldiers, killing 11 and wounding 13 in a raid near Lake Chad.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged the EU to consider a no-fly zone and safe haven area in Syria during talks to address Europe's spiralling migrant crisis.
The weather phenomenon known as El Nino could lead to an epidemic of dengue fever cases in southeast Asia, international researchers say.
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Canada's Arthur McDonald have won the Nobel Physics Prize for work on neutrino oscillations.
Oscar Pistorius's family has accused South African officials of bowing to "political and media hype" after the star's release from prison.
Twitter has made it easier to seize hot tweets and high-profile posts from the flood of real-time commentary at the one-to-many messaging service.
The European Union's top court has ruled that a key EU-US data deal relied on by companies such as Facebook is invalid in the light of spying revelations in the Edward Snowden scandal.
A woman recruited from India then forced to work in Britain for just 11 pence an hour claims her caste led to her discrimination.
Prince Harry joined a fundraising walk for veterans coping with the long-term psychological effects of war.
The Pentagon will launch talks with the Russian military in the coming hours to discuss ways to avoid mishaps between planes from the US-led coalition and Moscow.
NATO has called on Russia to stop air strikes in Syria and warned its violation of Turkish airspace during a raid risked inflaming tensions.
A New Zealand resident is among six men about to go on trial in London for allegedly trying to fix an international bank lending rate.
Pope Francis has urged the Catholic Church to "move forward" as a review of teaching on the family got under way amid unprecedented controversy over its attitude to homosexuality.
California has become the fifth US state to allow terminally ill patients to seek a doctor's help to end their lives.
A passenger train has derailed in the US state of Vermont, injuring seven people, none seriously, according to officials.
Two Israelis have been killed and three others have been injured in separate attacks in Jerusalem by Palestinians who were then shot dead by police.
The US commander in Afghanistan claims Afghan forces were the ones who called for the US air strike that killed 22 people at a charity hospital in Kunduz.
A simple childish fight over a puppy led an 11yo boy to shoot and kill his 8yo neighbour in the US state of Tennessee.
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