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An international grouping is meeting in Rome to discuss financial aid for Libya's rebels.

Workers at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant have entered one of its reactor buildings for the first time since it was hit by a powerful earthquake on 11 March, officials say.

Voters across the UK are going to the polls in a series of national and local elections as well as a referendum to decide the way MPs are elected.

Hundreds of Syrian troops have stormed the Damascus suburb of Saqba overnight - breaking into houses and making many arrests, witnesses say.

A suicide bomb attack in Iraq has killed at least 16 people and injured more than 40.

A 97-year-old Hungarian accused of massacring civilians in Serbia in 1942 has gone on trial in Hungary.

Apple has released a software update to fix a glitch that saw iPhones and iPads secretly record owners' movements.

Government forces in the Ivory Coast say they are now in control of the whole of the main city of Abidjan.

South Africa is to set up a team to tackle hate crimes against gay people, the justice ministry says.

Egyptian former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly has been sentenced to 12 years in jail on charges of money-laundering and profiteering.
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Libya: International group discusses funding for rebels
Fukushima workers enter nuclear reactor building
Vote 2011: Public going to the polls across UK
Syria: Raid in Damascus suburb as people defy crackdown
Deadly bombing hits Iraqi police
'Most wanted Nazi' Sandor Kepiro, 97, tried in Hungary
Apple acts on iPhone tracking bug
Ivory Coast troops retake pro-Gbagbo area of Abidjan
South Africa team to tackle gay and lesbian hate crimes
Egypt ex-minister Habib al-Adly jailed for 12 years
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