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Wales drop Andy Powell from the national squad following his drink-drive charge after an alleged golf buggy incident.
Nato and Afghan troops are succeeding in pushing militants from their strongholds in Helmand province, officials say.
Somalia's Defence Minister Yusuf Mohamed Siyad survives a suicide attack, amid rising tension in Mogadishu.
Spain says it is willing to take in five inmates from the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Building is continuing on at least 29 Israeli settlements in the West Bank, despite a government order it is revealed.
Australian former anti-immigration politician Pauline Hanson says she plans to sell up and migrate to the UK.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy will meet key unions later to discuss controversial plans to reform the pensions system.
"Smart-home" technology that allows people to control household appliances via mobile phone is shown off by EU researchers.
Rebels in Yemen reportedly hand over one Saudi soldier, captured during cross-border fighting, as part of a ceasefire agreement.
Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga accuses the president of overstepped his powers by reinstating two ministers.
Two Belgian commuter trains collide outside Brussels, with latest estimates of the death toll ranging from at least 10 to 25.
Students clash with police as fresh protests break out in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh over the creation of a new state.
Twenty-four of the largest phone operators join together to make it easier to sell and distribute mobile phone apps.
One of China's richest men, founder of the Gome electronics chain Huang Guangyu, is charged with bribery and insider trading.
A seven-year-old breaks down crying as she takes the controversial lead of a Rio de Janeiro carnival parade.
Fossilised coral in the Great Barrier Reef could help scientists understand how sea levels have changed since the last Ice Age.
Indian police are examining CCTV footage as they continue their investigation into Saturday's deadly blast in the city of Pune.