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Starts 7th April
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Prime Minister David Cameron has offered Britain's "firm political support" to Saudi Arabia over its air strikes on Houthi rebel camps in Yemen.
Iran and the United States have warned that "tough" decisions are still needed, days before a deal to stop any Iranian attempt to acquire nuclear weapons.
France will begin talks at the United Nations on a new Security Council resolution to revive Israeli-Palestinian peace prospects.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes bomb rebel camps in Yemen in a second straight day of strikes.
The US military has dropped 60,000 leaflets on the Islamic State group's de-facto capital in Syria.
The nature and scope of the war with Islamic State is constantly changing as more and more countries are sucked into the conflict.
The number of asylum-seekers in industrialised countries rose by nearly half last year, driven by the devastating conflicts in Syria and Iraq.
Syria has destroyed three of its 12 chemical weapons production sites.
Washington is considering air strikes, possibly within days, to back up Iraqi and Shi'ite forces battling to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
US President Barack Obama insists his disagreement with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu represents a substantial policy difference and not a personal vendetta.
A car bombing in Baghdad has killed Iraqi footballer Mahdi Abdulzahra on his way to practice, an official from his Electricity Club team says.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing one of Israel's worst-ever confrontations with the White House.
John Key has met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - Islamic State and trade were top issues, and he didn't miss a beat when it came to congratulating the Black Caps.
The Islamic State group has trained more than 400 children in Syria as fighters in 2015 alone, calling them "Cubs of the Caliphate".
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has been in Iraq for talks over legal protections for New Zealand troops.
Benjamin Netanyahu has apologised publicly for saying Arab Israelis were voting in "droves" on election day.
As regional powers come together to fight Islamic State, Iraq once again is seeing a growing number of foreign fighters on its soil.
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