Security forces to use live ammunition as rival protests are planned and US and UN call for calm
Ban Ki-moon condemns Pyongyang's threats, but will they allow US to forge closer links with China?
Suspicion falls on Pyongyang as computer networks are hit at banks and TV stations
Britain's top judge warns UK will have to quit UN if it wants to send terrorism suspects to face torture
Hector Timerman says the UN is obliged to step in and Buenos Aires will regain the disputed islands
Up to half of world's food is thrown away because of inefficiency and profligacy, says shock report
Long-range missile puts satellite into orbit, but tests could be part of nuclear programme
Former PM Ehud Olmert and Haaretz come out in favour of UN 'non-member status' for Palestinians