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Unfolding Rohingya crisis: 'Not something of a civilized world'
Several soldiers killed in Tunisia barracks shooting
Several Tunisian soldiers have been killed after one of their colleagues opened fire at an army barracks in the capital, Tunis. The Defense Ministry has described it as an "isolated incident."
Greece to repay creditors 'as long as it can'
The announcement from the government spokesperson comes days after the Greek interior minister warned his country would not be able to make debt repayments to the IMF due next month without more aid from foreign lenders.
N. Ireland government leader Peter Robinson hospitalized
First Minister Peter Robinson, the Protestant head of Northern Ireland's power-sharing government, is in hospital after a suspected heart attack, his party has announced.
At runoff polls, Poles vote for Duda over Komorowski
Andrzej Duda has won Poland's presidential runoff. The right-winger trumped the incumbent centrist, Bronislaw Komorowski, with promises of change and generous social spending.
Taliban attack wounds 73 in southern Afghanistan
A Taliban bomber exploded his truck loaded with explosives Monday outside a government complex in southern Afghanistan, wounding 73 people.
'Indignados' have their day, spanking PP across Spain
Spain's "Indignados" have battered the ruling right-wingers and the second place centrists. Protest factions topped the vote in Barcelona and shattered the Popular Party's majority in Madrid.
Reports of Syrian airstrikes on 'Islamic State' in Palmyra
Government aircraft have reportedly launched airstrikes in Palmyra, following the ancient city's fall to "Islamic State" (IS) fighters last week. Some of the strikes were apparently near world heritage sites.
BundesligaBundesliga Matchday 34 in pictures
BundesligaBayern's unique Bundesliga championship party on Munich's Marienplatz
JournalParis tries to cut food waste
JournalMalaysia finds 'migrant' mass graves near Thai border
25.5.1907: Women in the Finnish parliament
1892: Josip Tito
Days to remember
1895: Trial against Oscar Wilde