Voices Oxford law student Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of the former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

His call has gone down very well far beyond the family stronghold

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Incident over North Carolina was just days after President John F Kennedy's inauguration in 1961

Our anger following the Washington Navy Yard shooting lacks the ferocity for change that followed Sandy Hook

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

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Mr Assad also paid tribute to Russia for blocking resolutions targeting the regime in the UN Security Council

Martin McGuinness stands in front of a projected image of bombing victim Tim Parry, during the press conference in Warrington

Martin McGuinness seeks reconciliation in an English town shattered by the IRA

David McKittrick reports on former terrorist’s visit to Warrington, where two boys died 20 years ago in bombing

Plebgate one year on: IPCC says case surrounding Andrew Mitchell resignation involves 'allegations of complex conspiracy'

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Sir Trevor McDonald has said that he will never do another TV series on prisoners because the experience has been so difficult.

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Veteran broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald has said that he will never do another TV series on prisoners because the experience has been so difficult.

Turkey shoots down Syrian helicopter after it crosses border

A Syrian military helicopter was shot down by a Turkish jet fighter on Monday after it strayed over the border, both countries said.

A Syrian couple mourn in front of bodies following what has now been confirmed by the UN as a toxic gas attack

Syria gas attacks: the clear and concise evidence from UN chemical weapons inspectors

UN concludes sarin gas used in conditions ‘designed to cause maximum suffering’

Lebanon appears to be breathing a collective sigh of relief

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The streets of Beirut are full once again and café’s which were empty last week are buzzing.

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said the death of Major General Sanaullah Khan will not affect the army's ongoing fight against the Taliban

Roadside bomb death of Pakistan Major General could derail Taliban peace talks

Rare killing of a high-ranking officer may have undone weeks of debate and diplomatic progress

Mexico City police use tear gas in clash in Zocalo Square

Thousands of riot police charge at teachers who have lived in a 'tent city' in Zocalo Square for many weeks

Free Syrian Army fighters sit at their guard post

Planning, not rifles, is what the Syrian rebels say they need from the fickle US

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Survivors of the Utoya massacre fear the rise of Norway’s right and the end of the multicultural society they treasure

The next generation of the Labour Party worry that the immigration debate may turn nasty

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un

North Korea nuclear production may have restarted, images show

Plutonium enrichment plant closed in 2007 as part of aid deal

Market Street in Omagh after the bombing in 1998, for which no one has been convicted

Omagh bombing: Families to fight on as Government rules out public inquiry

‘Insufficient grounds’ for review of Real IRA attack that killed 29, says Northern Ireland Secretary

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