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Israel sets a tax sanction on the Palestinian Authority in the latest retaliatory step for its signing up to join international treaties.
Nigeria summons Zimbabwe's envoy to the country over President Robert Mugabe's comment that Zimbabwe is becoming "like Nigeria" in terms of corruption.
The UN's refugee agency says the EU must help Italy with a dramatic upsurge in migrants, with as many as 6,000 reaching its shores in the past four days.
The Conservative Party issues a code of conduct to all its MPs telling them not to "bully, abuse or harass" staff.
Australian PM Tony Abbott says teams searching for missing flight MH370 jet are confident that signals detected are coming from its black box.
Three teenagers convicted of stabbing a grandfather-of-12 to death in a gold and cash raid lasting just three minutes, are given life sentences.
The British Museum has been using CT scanners to reveal the faces of Egyptian mummies.
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The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh say goodbye to Irish President Michael D Higgins as his state visit to the UK draws to a close.
Leading Indian artists and academics write an open letter warning against the possible election of Hindu nationalist politician Narendra Modi.
Eto'o talking to Besiktas, Evra to leave Man Utd, Newcastle wanted Sir Alex, Rooney to miss run-in, plus more
Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's appointment to the board of technology firm Dropbox draws criticism from some customers.
David Cameron speaks of the "peace" and "guidance" he finds in his Christian faith, as he releases an Easter message.
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An elderly man was locked up for seven hours after giving his wife a painkiller patch at her care home.
Ten people, including five teenage students, are killed in a fiery bus crash in California, authorities say.
A police whistleblower, who raised concerns about the Metropolitan Police's crime statistics, explains why he resigned.
A woman who fell over a wall at a Roman site while looking for somewhere to urinate after a night out drinking loses her claim for damages.
Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness for the evil committed by Roman Catholic priests who've sexually abused children.
The director of public prosecutions insists that the Crown Prosecution Service was right to take the Nigel Evans sex abuse case to court.