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The riots have sparked a debate in Sweden about the assimilation of immigrants, who make up about 15 percent of the population
Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a visit to Paris to fly back for a meeting of the government’s emergency response committee
Two people were arrested as the police attempted to quell anti-Islamist disorder
The United States formally said for the first time on Wednesday that it had killed radical Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and three other US citizens in anti-terror strikes abroad.
An unknown number of children were feared trapped inside the Plaza Towers school
after complaints from some traditionalist MPs that it was against Islamic teaching
Photographs published by state English language television RT showed a baseball-capped Fogle being held to the ground face down and having his hands put behind his back for the arrest.
The news agency said the US Justice Department had secretly obtained two months of phone records from its news operations, calling it a “massive and unprecedented intrusion.”
Violence on the eve of a landmark general election threatened by the Taliban with suicide attacks
A major step towards ending a decades-long conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people
The 61-year-old Kamaruzzaman is the fourth person to be convicted by the much-criticised International Crimes Tribunal
Five Tanzanians have also been arrested following the Sunday attack on a packed church in the northern city of Arusha that killed three people.
Campaigning has been marred by Taliban threats and attacks, which have killed 62 people since April 11
The assassination comes just days before Pakistan holds historic general elections on May 11
Musharraf is already under a two-week house arrest period over the sacking of judges when he imposed emergency rule in 2007
Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, suspected of bombing the Boston marathon, appear to hail from Russia’s war-torn Chechnya
Major explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant destroys nearby buildings, causes deaths and injuries
The funeral of Margaret Thatcher took place with Queen Elizabeth II leading mourners from around the world in bidding farewell to one of Britain’s most influential and divisive prime ministers.
Venezuela’s opposition piled pressure on electoral authorities to recount the tight vote to replace late leader Hugo Chavez, calling for protests if acting President Nicolas Maduro is formally proclaimed the winner
Boston police confirmed the toll of dead and wounded on its Twitter feed.
The protest was called to mark the anniversary of the country’s Second Republic
Venezuelans headed to the polls on April 14 to elect Hugo Chavez’s successor
The United States warned North Korea it was skating a “dangerous line”
Margaret Thatcher, the “Iron Lady” who shaped a generation of British politics, died
North Korea, incensed by UN sanctions following its nuclear and missile tests and by South Korean-US military drills
“The former president will now receive home-based high care.”
Countries across Europe on Friday reported receiving a letter suggesting they pull out of Pyongyang
White House spokesman Jay Carney: We’re taking all the necessary precautions
The military balance on the Korean peninsula, adds details on nuclear capabilities, US bombers
Protests were held in several capitals, of which are Berlin, Kiev, Paris and Brussels