Egypt's supreme court ruled on Thursday to dissolve the Islamist-led parliament, plunging a troubled transition to democracy into turmoil just two days before an election to replace ousted
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Syrian peace mission impossible because of militarisation on the ground and lack of international unity, says former head of UN
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The London 2012 Olympics comes to an end with a glitzy closing ceremony. Follow the event with this live blog.
Egypt's Islamist President Mohamed Mursi dismissed Cairo's two top generals and quashed a military order that had curbed the new leader's powers, in a move that further stamped his authority
China's fallen politician Bo Xilai left a timebomb as a parting gift for the Communist Party leadership that threw him out -- the smoldering demands for redress from the many
The world is depleting underground water reserves faster than they can be replenished due to over-exploitation, according to scientists in Canada and the Netherlands.The researchers,