A year after 1,000 people died in Cairo's Rab'a Square, investigators says mass killings went 'according to plan'
Trade topped the agenda and human rights were off the table as Barack Obama met with presidents, kings and dictators
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Death sentence for apostasy overturned as Meriam Ibrahim is given her freedom
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Leading presidential candidate says Muslim Brotherhood will have no place in Egypt
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At least 30 people, many of them civilians, died in clashes between Christian and Muslim militias this week
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Mandela's will splits his estate between family, schools, staff and the ANC
Welcomed as 'critical first step' to peace, but critics warn of 'unpredictable' future
The worsening conflict in South Sudan could become a 'fully-fledged war' if no action is taken, says UN
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Singer will spend Christmas in palace with president who 'could face a war crimes trial' for aiding rebels
Deaths come as France and the UN begin disarming rebel militia after fierce fighting