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Confusion abounds over whether Israel bombed Syria, the New York Times accuses China of cyber-intimidation, and 'Finnegans Wake' might just be a better read in Mandarin.
French troops take control of the Mali rebels' final stronghold, South Korea launches its first space rocket, and it's lucky the Pope's peace dove is no pacifist.
International support for the war in Mali takes concrete shape, Egyptian protesters ignore President Morsi's orders, and the world sends yet more animals into space.
Malian and French troops have taken Timbuktu airport from the rebels, Egypt declares a partial state of emergency, and Brazil mourns its fire dead.
It's the second anniversary of Egypt's uprising, there are worrying developments in Mali, and North Korea is mad at just about everyone.
North Korea threatens to carry out a new nuclear test, American women get permission to serve in combat, and Irish councilors say drink-driving is sometimes OK.
Brits are offered a choice between in and out of Europe, Israel's new government will be same-same but different, and cheese finds new ways to kill you.
The polls are open in Israel's parliamentary elections, France and Germany celebrate 50 years of friendship, and fake boyfriends are on the rise in China.
The death toll rises in Algeria, Barack Obama prepares to take the oath, and India chases justice for the Delhi gang rape victim.
The hostage crisis in Algeria is far from over, everything's at stake in Mali, and Lance Armstrong finally 'fesses up.
It looks like the conflict in Mali has spread to Algeria, President Obama enters the fight for tougher gun control, and almost everyone is jumping ship on Boeing's Dreamliner.
French troops prepare for their first ground assault in Mali, a helicopter crashes over central London, and Scrabble is - allegedly - getting easier.
Pakistan's prime minister is wanted for alleged corruption, France plans to send more troops into Mali, and Lance Armstrong gets something off his chest.
France is confident its troops will soon be out of Mali, the crisis in Syria is only getting worse, 'Argo' sweeps the Golden Globes, and the royal baby has a due date.
Rebels claim to have taken control of a strategic airbase in Syria, British police detail the full horror of Jimmy Savile's sex crimes, and the Colorado shooting suspect is ordered to face trial.
Three Kurdish militants are murdered in Paris, Joe Biden prepares to sit down with the NRA, and Google's chairman tells North Korea to get online.
India and Pakistan trade accusations across the flashpoint Kashmir border, Hugo Chavez is too ill to be sworn in, and AIG contemplates biting the hand that bailed it out.
Unemployment reaches a new record in the euro zone, Australia swelters in a fiery heatwave, and how winning the lottery can be bad for your health.
Five men are charged over a fatal gang rape in Delhi, President Obama picks John Brennan as the new head of the CIA, and good-looking men officially have all the luck.
Inter-ethnic fighting in Kenya kills almost 40 people, the US looks for a Plan C to save it from the fiscal cliff, and it seems we're all still here, after all.