US officials have strongly criticised the release of 65 'dangerous' detainees from Bagram
Warring sides in Syria blame one another for an escalation in violence that has killed hundreds in recent days
Ceasefire set to continue in the 'capital of the revolution', but what's next for Geneva II?
As another 50,000 Syrians register in one month, Lebanese generosity is being stretched to the limit
As efforts continue to neutralise Syria's chemical weapons, Gaddafi's stockpile has been eliminated
Actress quits as ambassador for Oxfam amid row over her support for Israeli drinks maker
Amnesty says move is 'long overdue' but polls suggest nearly half of voters are opposed
Mohammed Morsi silenced by government as he faces charges relating to 2011 jail break
69 years after liberation of Auschwitz, we must acknowledge rise of race hate, says Rainer Schulze
Foreign ministers descend on Montreux despite 'near-zero' expectations of a political breakthrough
A swimmer participates in the annual Irish Bog Snorkelling Championship at Peatlands Park, Northern Ireland. The event, which celebrates International Bog Day, requires competitors to swim through 60 metres of swampy waters.
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