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Moscow polls expose growing xenophobia in Russia
Moscow polls expose growing xenophobia in Russia

Bathed in the rosy dusk of late Russian summer, Alexei Navalny paced the stage as thousands of hopeful young Muscovites waved balloons and clapped at his promises to make a stand against corruption.

Moscow polls expose growing xenophobia in Russia
Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study
Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study

Global health experts have warned against giving iron supplements in areas where malaria is rampant, but a study Tuesday found no rise in cases of the mosquito-borne disease among children who took iron.

Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study
Morsi backers rally as post-holiday crackdown looms
Morsi backers rally as post-holiday crackdown looms

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi rallied on Sunday to demand his reinstatement, even as officials said a "gradual" break-up of their protest camps was imminent.

Morsi backers rally as post-holiday crackdown looms
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Islamic radicals test ground in calm Ukraine

More than a thousand bearded men, muffled in scarves and accompanied by veiled women, stand under the hot sun, waving black and white flags and chanting "Allahu Akbar!".

Islamic radicals test ground in calm Ukraine
Cairo pro-Morsi demo to be ended 'legally': minister
Cairo pro-Morsi demo to be ended 'legally': minister

A long-running sit-in in Cairo by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi will be ended "in the framework of the law".

Cairo pro-Morsi demo to be ended 'legally': minister
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. ©REUTERS
Elder Bush shaves head in support of child with cancer

Former US President George HW Bush shaved his head this week in solidarity with the young son of a member of his security detail who is suffering from leukemia.

Elder Bush shaves head in support of child with cancer
Qatar joins calls for release of Egypt's Morsi
Qatar joins calls for release of Egypt's Morsi

Gas-rich Qatar has joined international calls for his release from detention while expressing concern at violence sweeping Egypt.

Qatar joins calls for release of Egypt's Morsi
Cairo clashes kill four as Morsi family to sue army
Cairo clashes kill four as Morsi family to sue army

Clashes between supporters and opponents of Mohamed Morsi killed four people on Monday as the ousted Egyptian president's family vowed to sue the army over his ouster.

Cairo clashes kill four as Morsi family to sue army
Jubilant return home for exiled Cambodian opposition leader
Jubilant return home for exiled Cambodian opposition leader

Thousands of jubilant supporters welcomed Cambodia's newly pardoned opposition leader home from exile Friday as his party fights to end Prime Minister Hun Sen's nearly three decades in power.

Jubilant return home for exiled Cambodian opposition leader
Kerry heads to Saudi Arabia on Syria push
Kerry heads to Saudi Arabia on Syria push

US Secretary of State John Kerry headed Tuesday to Saudi Arabia in hopes of coordinating support for Syria's rebels amid fears that a prolonged civil war will embolden extremists.

Kerry heads to Saudi Arabia on Syria push
Turkey PM says 'duty' to oust protesters as clashes rage
Turkey PM says 'duty' to oust protesters as clashes rage

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday told a crowd of more than 100,000 supporters it was his "duty" to order a crackdown on an Istanbul protest park.

Turkey PM says 'duty' to oust protesters as clashes rage
People who inject drugs deserve help: Elton John
People who inject drugs deserve help: Elton John

Rock icon Elton John has urged compassion for people who inject drugs, saying "stigma and criminalisation" robbed them of their humanity and exposed them to a life of addiction and disease.

People who inject drugs deserve help: Elton John
US might support Colombia NATO bid: US official
US might support Colombia NATO bid: US official

The United States might support a bid by Colombia for NATO membership just as it has backed the close Latin American ally in other international fora.

US might support Colombia NATO bid: US official
Jolie 'moved' by public support following surgery
Jolie 'moved' by public support following surgery

Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie said Sunday she had been "moved" by public support after she revealed she had had a double mastectomy to reduce her high risk of breast cancer.

Jolie 'moved' by public support following surgery
Obama hails Myanmar leader but warns on Muslims
Obama hails Myanmar leader but warns on Muslims

US President Barack Obama on Monday threw his support behind Myanmar President Thein Sein in his drive to reform a former pariah state but warned that a wave of violence against Muslims must stop.

Obama hails Myanmar leader but warns on Muslims
Russia must be convinced to 'finish with Assad': Hollande
Russia must be convinced to 'finish with Assad': Hollande

French President Francois Hollande said Thursday that more efforts were needed to convince Moscow to drop its support for Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.

Russia must be convinced to 'finish with Assad': Hollande
Berlusconi affirms loyalty to coalition government
Berlusconi affirms loyalty to coalition government

Silvio Berlusconi affirmed over the weekend his centre-right movement's loyalty to the grand coalition government of Prime Minister Enrico Letta at a rally in a northern city which attracted noisy support and dissent.

Berlusconi affirms loyalty to coalition government
Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. ©REUTERS/Yara Nardi
Berlusconi says could support leftist president

Italy's Silvio Berlusconi said he could consider supporting a candidate for president from his rivals on the left but only on condition that they form a grand coalition government with him.

Berlusconi says could support leftist president
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US public backs S. Korea if attacked: poll

Most Americans say that the United States should support ally South Korea if it is attacked by the North amid soaring tensions on the divided peninsula,.

US public backs S. Korea if attacked: poll
Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote
Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades' office said he "fully respects" the decision and that he had had a "constructive" phone call with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, amid reports Cyprus was seeking alternative financing.

Eurozone still ready to help Cyprus after vote