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US warns on Egypt travel after American among three killed
US warns on Egypt travel after American among three killed

Washington warned against travel to Egypt after an American was among three people killed during rival demonstrations for and against Islamist President Mohamed Morsi.

US warns on Egypt travel after American among three killed
Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi (R) meets with Defence Minister General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. ©REUTERS/Egyptian Presidency/Handout
Egypt army to intervene if unrest erupts: minister

Egypt's defence minister has warned that the army will intervene if violence breaks out in the country where opponents of President Mohamed Morsi are planning rallies against him this month.

Egypt army to intervene if unrest erupts: minister
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Obama warns, but urges prudence on Syria arms

US President Barack Obama issued a new warning to Syria Friday that using chemical weapons would be a "game changer" as he faced rising pressure at home and abroad to intervene in the civil war.

Obama warns, but urges prudence on Syria arms
'I love Paris' may soon be passe for Chinese tourists
'I love Paris' may soon be passe for Chinese tourists

Mass muggings and attacks on Chinese tourists in Paris have spawned alarm and warnings of a decline in the number of free-spending visitors from the Asian giant who swarm to France.

'I love Paris' may soon be passe for Chinese tourists
Park tells N. Korea to change course or perish
Park tells N. Korea to change course or perish

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye warned North Korea on Tuesday that its only "path to survival" lay in abandoning its nuclear and missile programmes.

Park tells N. Korea to change course or perish
Australian climate on 'steroids' after hottest summer
Australian climate on 'steroids' after hottest summer

Australia's weather went "on steroids" over a summer that saw an unprecedented heatwave, bushfires and floods, the climate chief said Monday, warning that global warming would only make things worse.

Australian climate on 'steroids' after hottest summer
'We mean it,' Israel's Barak tells Iran on nuclear arms
'We mean it,' Israel's Barak tells Iran on nuclear arms

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned Iran on Sunday that Israel would never allow Iranian leaders to develop a nuclear weapon, as he addressed a powerful US-Israel lobby.

'We mean it,' Israel's Barak tells Iran on nuclear arms
Britain warns against 'economic warfare' on forex at G20
Britain warns against 'economic warfare' on forex at G20

British Finance Minister George Osborne warned against "economic warfare" as the G20 states of top world economies met hoping to allay fears they could devalue national currencies to boost economic activity.

Britain warns against 'economic warfare' on forex at G20
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'Horse lasagne' sparks new British food scare

British authorities warned the public Thursday not to eat beef lasagne sold by the Findus brand and made in France after tests found it contained up to 100 percent horse meat.

'Horse lasagne' sparks new British food scare
N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban
N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban

UN leader Ban Ki-moon warned Thursday that a nuclear test by North Korea could blow up hopes of an eventual reconciliation by "tying the hands" of the South's incoming president.

N. Korea nuclear test could 'tie hands' of South: Ban
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S. Korea, US drill begins under nuclear test cloud

South Korea and the United States launched a joint naval exercise involving a US nuclear submarine Monday, as tensions rise on the Korean peninsula ahead of an expected nuclear test by North Korea.

S. Korea, US drill begins under nuclear test cloud
South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. ©REUTERS
S. Korea warns North against nuclear test

South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak held an emergency security meeting Thursday that warned North Korea of "serious consequences" if it went through with an expected nuclear test.

S. Korea warns North against nuclear test
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Spurred by Japan, California mulls quake alert system

California has long been braced for the Big One, but now a proposed new early warning system seeks to give the US state's residents vital extra seconds before a major earthquake hits.

Spurred by Japan, California mulls quake alert system
China media threatens N. Korea aid cut over atomic test
China media threatens N. Korea aid cut over atomic test

North Korea's sole major ally China will decrease aid to Pyongyang if it goes ahead with a planned nuclear test, state-run media said in an unusually frank warning on Friday.

China media threatens N. Korea aid cut over atomic test
US confronts new north Africa crisis
US confronts new north Africa crisis

The United States was rocked Thursday by a new crisis spurred by Islamic militants amid a deadly hostage-taking in Algeria, prompting warnings to US interests in north Africa to boost security.

US confronts new north Africa crisis
Anxiety mounts over deadly hostage raid in Algeria
Anxiety mounts over deadly hostage raid in Algeria

Western governments voiced alarm over the fate of dozens of foreigners seized by Islamists at a gas plant in the Algerian desert after several hostages were killed in a dramatic rescue operation.

Anxiety mounts over deadly hostage raid in Algeria
As Australia bushfires rage, warning of more heatwaves
As Australia bushfires rage, warning of more heatwaves

Firefighters were battling scores of wildfires raging in Australia Saturday, as a government commission warned that climate change had raised the risk of scorching heatwaves becoming more frequent.

As Australia bushfires rage, warning of more heatwaves
'Strong warning' to Assad over chemical arms: Clinton
'Strong warning' to Assad over chemical arms: Clinton

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday issued a "strong warning" to the regime of Bashar al-Assad over the potential use of chemical weapons against the Syrian people.

'Strong warning' to Assad over chemical arms: Clinton
Australia readies for first plain pack cigarettes
Australia readies for first plain pack cigarettes

All cigarettes sold in Australia will be in identical, plain packages from Saturday in a world first after the government overcame legal challenges from the tobacco industry.

Australia readies for first plain pack cigarettes
Afghan president warns on immunity for foreign troops
Afghan president warns on immunity for foreign troops

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has warned of possible problems ahead over the sensitive issue of immunity from prosecution for any American or NATO soldiers deployed in the country after 2014.

Afghan president warns on immunity for foreign troops