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Asian markets rally after Cyprus and lenders clinch deal
Fabius has warned of Russian reaction to Cyprus deal
The price of oil has risen after European nations agreed on a bailout for Cyprus that tamps down the latest flare-up in Europe's debt crisis.
A gang of poachers killed a rare one-horned rhino at a wildlife park in northeast India, taking to 15 the number of such beasts slaughtered this year.
The death toll rose to 32 in five days of sectarian violence in central Myanmar, leaving several mosques and scores of shops and houses destroyed or damaged by fire.
Pope Francis celebrated his first Palm Sunday Mass in St Peter's Square, encouraging people to be humble and young at heart.
You can now get a piece of the Apollo 11 on auction, that is if you can afford it.
Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has returned home after more than four years in exile.
A suicide bomber rammed a water tanker into a Pakistani check post late on Saturday, killing 17 soldiers in the notorious tribal district of North Waziristan
Warren Rodwell, an Australian who was held hostage for 15 months, has been released in exchange for a large amount of money.
Boris Berezovsky, a self-exiled and outspoken Russian tycoon who had a bitter falling out with Russian President Vladimir Putin, was found dead in southeast England on Saturday.
Four years after leading a charge to oust Malaysia's previous prime minister, authoritarian ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad is making his influence felt again as a close election looms.
Silvio Berlusconi told tens of thousands of supporters in Rome that he was ready for fresh elections.
former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf has been told by taliban spokes person that if he returns to the country he will be killed
Rebels fighting the regime of President Bashar al-Assad seized a key air base in the southern Syrian province of Daraa after two weeks of fierce battles with loyalist troops.
People across the globe are being urged to switch off their lights for an hour today.
US President Barack Obama has announced an extra US$200million (R1.8billion) to Jordan, for refugee aid. He said the humanitarian support was to help Jordan with Syrian refugees.
16 people have been charged in connection with the Brazilian nightclub fire which killed 241 people in January this year
Cyprus's mounting debt crisis has led EU leaders to announce the indefinite postponement of a key summit with Japan, which was intended to launch crucial free trade negotiations.
The Syria National Coalition, Syria's main opposition, say it's ready to address the Arab League in Qatar, should it be given a seat.
Following an attempted Labour Party coup against Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, she announce she would restructure her cabinet.
North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un prepares his widely-feared special forces unit for war.
In a late night session, the Cyprus parliament has backed the first three of eight measures advanced by the government.
With the Syrian conflict spilling over into its neighbouring countries, the Lebanese government has folded under pressure.
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