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Car bomb kills two UN peacekeepers in Mali town Kidal

A car bomb has exploded in the Malian town of Kidal, killing at least two UN peacekeepers.

US to fly African troops to Central African Republic

The US military said on Monday that it will fly African forces into Central Africa Republic, responding to a request by France to bolster international efforts to halt the spread of violence between Christians and Muslims.

UN inspectors arrive in Tehran to visit Iranian nuclear facility

Inspectors from the UN nuclear agency have arrived in Tehran to visit a nuclear facility that has long been off-limits to outside experts, an Iranian news agency has said.

France moves quickly after winning UN backing for CAR operation

650 troops on the ground with more to follow, but Hollande vows to keep mission brief

Dismay for green lobby as fracking is given the go-ahead

Hefty tax breaks for fracking firms announced by the Chancellor yesterday immediately came under fire from MPs and environmental groups, who warned that they were “unwarranted” and could even be illegal.

Seleka soldiers race through Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, as gunfire and mortar rounds erupt, when at least 105 people were killed in sectarian violence

On the brink of genocide: UN approves force to stop escalation of bloodshed in CAR

The worst day of violence in the Central African Republic since Muslim-led rebels overthrew the Christian president in March has resulted in swift action from the United Nations

Former Ukrainian presidents back anti-government protests in Kiev

Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma and Viktor Yushchenko throw support behind demonstrators as thousands rally on the capital's central square

Governments have paid £42m in ransoms to al-Qa'ida and other terrorist groups in last three years, UN told

Britain’s ambassador, Sir Mark Lyall Grant, puts forward draft resolution calling on UN member states 'to prevent terrorists from benefiting directly or indirectly from ransom payments'

PM backs our campaign to protect Africa’s elephants

Mr Cameron said he had raised his concerns with the Chinese Premier

Dominic Grieve has warned that Britain would not shy away from court action to protect its national interests

Attorney General accuses European Commission of bending EU regulations to further its own agenda

He says it has failed to respect rules agreed by democratically elected governments

There is mounting evidence that senior Syrian government officials, including President Bashar al-Assad are responsible for war crimes, the UN has said

Syria crisis: 'Massive evidence' implicates Bashar al-Assad in war crimes says UN

Navi Pillay, the United Nations human rights chief has said the highest level of Syrian government is responsible for crimes against humanity

Ukraine protests: Violent police crackdown to break up pro-Europe demo

President Viktor Yanukovich declined to sign a pact with European Union leaders at a summit in Lithuania

Dan Mulhall, the new Irish Ambassador for Britain, in his office in the Irish Embassy

Irish ambassador Dan Mulhall urges Britain along path at heart of Europe

The new Irish ambassador to Britain has sounded the alarm over this country’s rising tide of Euroscepticism, urging the UK to remain “fully engaged” in the European Union.

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Latvian prime minister Valdis Dombrovski resigns over Riga supermarket disaster

Valdis Dombrovski's resignation was accepted by the Latvian president today

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