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Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines
Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines
Obama seeks Gulf help against IS despite strains
Obama seeks Gulf help against IS despite strains
Obama seeks Gulf help against IS despite strains
China sets death penalty threshold in graft cases
China sets death penalty threshold in graft cases
China sets death penalty threshold in graft cases
Kyrgyz Parliament. Photo courtesy of platforma.kg
Kyrgyz parliament confirms new PM, government
Kyrgyz parliament confirms new PM, government
Brazil's impeachment: a how to guide
Brazil's impeachment: a how to guide
Brazil's impeachment: a how to guide
French MPs set to approve contested ban on paying for sex
French MPs set to approve contested ban on paying for sex
French MPs set to approve contested ban on paying for sex
Gibraltar, Falklands accuse Spain and Argentina of bullying
Gibraltar, Falklands accuse Spain and Argentina of bullying
Gibraltar, Falklands accuse Spain and Argentina of bullying
Iran 'certain' Security Council will not act on missile tests
Iran 'certain' Security Council will not act on missile tests
Iran 'certain' Security Council will not act on missile tests
Israel caps bankers' salaries to $658,000 a year
Israel caps bankers' salaries to $658,000 a year
Israel caps bankers' salaries to $658,000 a year
An armed British police officer (L) holds his automatic weapon as he stands on duty whilst a member of the The Life Guards sits on his horse during the Changing the Guard ceremony on Horseguards Parad
After Brussels, spies debate security risks of Brexit
After Brussels, spies debate security risks of Brexit
Israel supreme court strikes down landmark gas deal
Israel supreme court strikes down landmark gas deal
Israel supreme court strikes down landmark gas deal
US and Russia to push Syrian political transition
US and Russia to push Syrian political transition
US and Russia to push Syrian political transition
©Turar Kazangapov
Kazakhstan bans smartphones for police, civil servants
Kazakhstan bans smartphones for police, civil servants
Results of the March parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan
Ruling party seals expected victory in Kazakhstan vote
Ruling party seals expected victory in Kazakhstan vote
Moscow begins withdrawal of military equipment from Syria
Moscow begins withdrawal of military equipment from Syria
Moscow begins withdrawal of military equipment from Syria
©Turar Kazangapov
Central Asia strongman regimes challenged by stuttering economy
Central Asia strongman regimes challenged by stuttering economy
'Project Fear' stalks Britain's EU referendum campaign
'Project Fear' stalks Britain's EU referendum campaign
'Project Fear' stalks Britain's EU referendum campaign
Obama hits out at Cameron, Sarkozy over Libya intervention
Obama hits out at Cameron, Sarkozy over Libya intervention
Obama hits out at Cameron, Sarkozy over Libya intervention
New Zealand bans 'zero hour' contracts
New Zealand bans 'zero hour' contracts
New Zealand bans 'zero hour' contracts
A picture taken through a hole in a wall shows cars driving at night past damaged buildings in the city of Benghazi following fierce fighting with armed groups including Islamic State (IS) jihadists.
Names of 22,000 IS members leaked to news channel
Names of 22,000 IS members leaked to news channel