A row has erupted between Russia and Azerbaijan over the Eurovision song contest, with the Russian foreign minister accusing the Azeris of vote-rigging.
Cuba is reopening some of its mothballed sugar mills to try to take advantage of rising sugar prices.
Pakistani politician Imran Khan is discharged from hospital two weeks after falling from a platform at an election campaign rally.
The family of a US man found hanged in Singapore withdraw from an inquiry into his death, saying they no longer have confidence in the system.
Seven members of the Egyptian security forces abducted in the Sinai peninsula last week have been freed, officials say.
Indian fast bowler S Sreesanth, arrested last week over allegations of spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League, insists he is innocent.
Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange, which trades commodities, is being probed by the police and market regulators over alleged financial irregularities.
David Cameron is to urge EU leaders to back action against the tax evasion and "aggressive" tax avoidance he says is costing all nations.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has sent a special envoy to Beijing, state media announces, amid cooling relations after weeks of tension.
A "stocktake" of UK nature suggests 60% of animal and plant species have declined in the past 50 years - and one in 10 could end up disappearing.
Landmark ruling could halt Israel's seizure of Palestinian property
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen pays tribute to the man who killed himself in the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, saying it was a "political act".
A sweeping immigration bill that would offer a chance of citizenship to millions living in the US illegally takes a stride forward in Congress.
Nick Clegg insists the Liberal Democrats will not "pull the plug" on the coalition government ahead of the next general election.
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Up to 600 Afghan interpreters who worked alongside British troops are set to be given the right to live in the UK, under government plans.
US tax officials tell a congressional hearing they did not know their agency had targeted conservative groups.