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Protesters overrun government ministries in an attempt to topple Yingluck Shinawatra, prompting the Prime Minister to declare a new emergency security law
Sir Jeremy personally intervenes to stop Work and Pensions Secretary blaming Robert Devereux for universal credit programme debacle
Move comes a say after Turkish PM calls for release of Mohammed Morsi
Negotiations between six world powers and Iran aimed at preventing Tehran from obtaining a nuclear weapon reached a critical stage tonight, after foreign ministers gathered in Geneva in search of a breakthrough on an interim deal.
'Serious' incident after Spanish state vessel defied orders from Royal Navy to leave
Some analysts interpret Moscow delegation's trip as a shot across Washington's bows
Richard Hall examines the reasons for the world's second-largest economy's woeful aid donation
Optimism for a potential breakthrough in the decade-long dispute was raised when senior politicians joined the talks
Former Iraqi refugee Hilal Abdul Razzaq Ali Al-Jedda granted British nationality after fleeing from Saddam Hussein’s regime
'Clock is ticking', says Chinese minister, as US fails to break deadlock over government shutdown and fast-approaching ‘debt ceiling’ deadline
The two men, one of whom is thought to be a French national, were hunted down and killed by residents on the island of Nosy Be
The UN Security Council could vote as soon as Friday night after Russia and the US agreed a draft resolution to rid Syria of chemical weapons, according to diplomats in New York.
Dairy farmer claims that fewer than 100 badgers have been killed in West Somerset in first 10 days of cull - when 500 should already have been destroyed
PM fears plan to move Syria’s chemical weapons to internationally controlled sites inside the country could be 'delaying tactics' to buy time for Assad regime
Ahead of talks with the Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday, the US Secretary of State says the world must not stand by as 'silent spectators to slaughter'
Mexico and Brazil have called for the United States to explain allegations that a US government spy agency may have intercepted the communications of political leaders.