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In a wide-ranging, impassioned speech to define US foreign policies on terrorism, President Barack Obama has outlined new policies governing the use of unmanned drones overseas.
Up to 25 people have been killed and others taken hostage in twin attacks on a military base and a uranium mine in Niger.
Britain's Foreign Secretary has brushed aside an Israeli minister's allegation that anti-Israeli sentiment was growing in the United Kingdom - by agreeing with him.
The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America has approved a plan to allow openly gay boys to join the organisation.
Few have explored the most remote areas of the Galapagos Islands - but soon it will take just a click of a mouse to explore the place that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
The unveiling of a massive Lego model in Times Square has brought new meaning to the saying that everything is bigger in New York City.
A new jury will be picked to decide the fate of boyfriend killer Jodi Arias as jurors say they have cannot agree on her sentence.
Two of Google's most senior executives have used a lecture in London to press their belief in the transparency of the internet and warned of the dangers of "digital ethnic cleansing".
Children from two schools destroyed by the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma have been reunited with their classmates and teachers as other schools welcomed them with special events.
A man pretending to be South Korean pop star Psy has blagged his way into some of the biggest parties at the Cannes film festival, it has emerged.