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Bombings drive wedge between Turks and Syria refugees
The US and the UK say they will work to strengthen the moderate opposition in Syria and create a transitional body to replace President Bashar al-Assad.
From Pascal to Jobs - relics from computing's past go on sale
Ministers are promising an end to the era of vulnerable people being passed around the health and care systems.
Unofficial results from Pakistan's general election suggest that the conservative leader Nawaz Sharif has won an unprecedented third term in power.
A car bomb explosion near a hospital in the Libyan city of Benghazi kills and injures several people, local officials say.
Australia's budget is unlikely to see many vote-winning giveaways
President Barack Obama says US tax collection agency's targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny before an election are "outrageous".
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro launches a big operation to tackle violent crime, with troops patrolling the streets of Caracas and other cities.
The pilot of a Turkish F-16 fighter jet is found dead after the plane crashed near Turkey's border with Syria, reports say.
Thousands of people line the streets to mark Manchester United's 20th league title and Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.
A century of the Andes railway built to make peace
Wilfried Zaha scores twice as Crystal Palace beat rivals Brighton to set up a Championship play-off final with Watford.
The opposition centre-left Social Democratic Party have hit a bump in their campaign trail since its national chairman, Sigmar Gabriel, called for a national speed limit on autobahns, or motorways.
Police in the south Russian city of Volgograd question three men over a brutal murder reportedly motivated by homophobia.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior is voted England Cricketer of the Year for 2012-13 ahead of Alastair Cook and James Anderson.
Three Georgian soldiers serving with the Nato-led force in southern Afghanistan are killed in an insurgent attack on a base.
Tensions are rising between locals and Syrian refugees in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli, following deadly car bombs on Saturday.
The US and the UK say they will work to strengthen Syria's moderate opposition and create a transitional body to replace President Bashar al-Assad.
India's Tata Steel, one of the world's biggest steelmakers, announces a $1.6bn (£1bn) writedown on the value of its European assets.