Kremlin confirms North Korean leader's visit to Moscow, a move which will be seen as a 'significant snub' to China
American military feared hijacked MH370 would be used to attack Diego Garcia base, Proteus Airlines boss says
US gained access to North Korean networks in 2010, leaving Obama in 'no doubt' about Sony attackers
Man and woman dead after being 'caught up in the sick fantasy of a deeply disturbed individual' during Sydney siege
Chisako Kakehi investigated after fatal quantities of cyanide found in blood of latest husband
Invasive test not only 'painful' but also 'humiliating', says Human Rights Watch
Captain Lee sentenced to 36 years in prison for abandoning ship but the victims' families say it is not enough
Sports-mad leader Kim Jong-un absent from celebrations as North Korea lauds athletes' successes while sweeping away defeats
Dawn raids lead to 15 arrests after police receive information about 'public beheadings' in Sydney
Marriage between two New Zealand men to win Rugby World cup tickets labelled a 'homophobic stunt
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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