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The iconic image of Ashok Parmar in 2002 with his fists clenched during the violence in Gujarat

India elections: The two men who represented both sides of Gujarat's violence 12 years ago reach out to each other and the still polarised Muslim and Hindu communities

A battle between Muslims and Hindus in 2002 was captured in the images of Qutubuddin Ansari and Ashok Parma – and is at the heart of India’s current election campaign

Craig Turner from Phoenix International monitoring the Artemis' depth and speed as the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle scans the ocean floor for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 in the southern Indian Ocean

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Concerns grow among search officials that missing jet ‘may have landed somewhere else’

More than 80 per cent of the refined search area has now been scoured – uncovering nothing

Kim Jong-un smiling broadly along with other officials during his visit to a youth camping site in Wonsan on the southeastern coast in North Korea

North Korea asks French how to make dictator Kim Jong-un’s favourite (Swiss) cheese

Renowned dairy school turns down Emmental request from communist nation blighted by food shortages

Kim Jong-Un: Cherubic childhood images of North Korean dictator emerge

The rarely seen photographs depicting the North Korean dictator, who has one of the worst human rights track records in the world, as a wide-eyed toddler

North Korea could launch test at any moment, according to South Korean intelligence

South Korea: North Korea could launch nuclear missile tests 'at any moment'

Ahead of President Barrack Obama's visit, Soth Korean intelligence announces increased activity in North Korea's nuclear testing site

Police said Naomi Michelle Coleman was arrested in Colombo

British tourist deported from Sri Lanka for having a Buddha tattoo

Naomi Michelle Coleman guilty of 'hurting others' religious feelings'

Cyclone halts MH370 search after 20 ships and aircraft are enlisted to help

Search coordinators may have to reassess search area after American submarine finds no evidence of wreckage

South Korean coast guard officers try to rescue passengers from the Sewol ferry as it sinks in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea

South Korea ferry disaster: Witnesses describe heroic crew members who gave lives to save passengers on sinking ship as death toll continues to rise

One female steward, among first found dead, told fleeing passengers she would not abandon ship until everyone had been saved

A family member cries as she and other relatives pray during a candlelight vigil for passengers onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at Lido Hotel in Beijing

Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Lawsuits set to begin after officials confirm death certificates to be issued to families

Significant new step will allow distressed families to receive financial aid and could result in the first lawsuit against Malaysia Airlines

South Korea ferry: Death toll passes 100 as evidence shows ship did not turn sharply

Full data shows ship, with inexperienced third mate at helm, made J-shaped turn before it started listing

Nepalese Buddhist monk prepares to cremate the body of one of the victims of the Mount Everest avalanche

Everest avalanche: Sherpa guides threaten boycott over deaths as six bodies of the dead are cremated

The government has made no big response even after a big tragedy

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visits the Songdowon International Children's Camp, as its remodelling project nears completion

North Korea: Kim Jong-un tours near-complete ‘International Children’s Camp’ in Songdowon

The camp will showcase a small portion of North Korea’s countryside – and people – on the world stage

Malaysia Airlines flight MH192 from Kuala Lumpur to Bangalore is seen at Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Malaysia Airlines MH192: Investigation launched into ‘sabotage’ after another Malaysian jet makes emergency landing

MH192 from Kuala Lumpur turned back 15 minutes after take-off due to problems with landing gear

Relatives of passengers aboard the sunken ferry Sewol pray as they wait for their missing loved ones at a port in Jindo, South Korea, Monday, April 21, 2014. Divers continued the grim work of recovering bodies from inside the sunken South Korean ferry Monday, as a newly released transcript showed the ship was crippled by confusion and indecision well after it began listing. The transcript suggests that the chaos may have added to a death toll that could eventually exceed 300.

South Korea ferry disaster: Captain and crew committed 'unforgivable, murderous acts' says President Park Geun-hye

Her words came as rescue divers ventured further into the sunken ship in search of missing passengers

Burma mourns death of ally of Aung San Suu Kyi and veteran democracy activist U Win Tin

The 85-year-old poet and former newspaper editor died in Rangoon, having been hospitalised with respiratory problems since last month, officials confirmed

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