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A UN investigator says rebels may be using sarin gas in Syria, Malaysia disputes its election results, a neo-Nazi trial makes for uncomfortable viewing in Germany, and moon landing memorabilia to make your heart race.
Gunman kill the prosecutor hired to investigate the murder of Pakistan's former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, the death toll from the Bangladesh building collapse tops 500, Indian parents are selling their children, and North Korea tastes how sweet democracy can be.
North Korea sends an American to a gulag for unspecified crimes, police say the Boston bomb suspects had help, life isn't rosy in the new Myanmar, and the names so bad New Zealand had to ban them.
Chris Kelly, one half of '90s rap duo Kris Kross, died in an Atlanta hospital of a suspected drug overdose.
Bangladeshi workers vent their anger at last week's building collapse, the world seeks evidence that Syria has crossed its red line, Venezuelan lawmakers use their fists, and Psy is a real-life cartoon hero.
South Korea's pop sensation Psy now has his own comic book.
A powerful explosion is reported in the center of Syria's capital, violence flares in Gaza and the West Bank, investigators try to work out whose DNA is on the Boston bombs, and has McDonald's discovered the secret of anti-aging?
People are feared trapped after a suspected gas explosion in the Czech capital, Syria's prime minister survives a car bombing, South Koreans leave the Kaesong industrial zone for what could be the last time, and cheetahs are not, repeat not, a national security threat.
The world wonders what to do with growing evidence that chemical weapons have been used in Syria, the Boston bombing suspect is in prison, South and North Korea just can't work together, and these men prove there's no shame in wearing a skirt.
Bangladeshi garment workers protest after one of the worst factory disasters in history, Spain's unemployment hits a record high, US intelligence agencies face questions over what they did - and didn't - know about the Boston bombing suspects, and the Mars rover reveals its penchant for toilet humor.
Scores are dead after a high-rise collapses in Bangladesh's capital, there's fighting in China's ethically divided northwest, investigators turn to Dagestan to find answers for Boston, and isn't that robot cute?
A car bomb explodes outside France's embassy in the Libyan capital, the Boston bombing suspect is charged, Israel accuses Syria of using chemical weapons, and artisan coffee comes to North Korea.
Interrogators want answers from the sole surviving Boston bombing suspect, a helicopter-load of people go missing in Afghanistan, Myanmar is accused of ethnic cleansing, and when it's crocodile versus Frenchman, guess who wins.
A dramatic late-night police chase leaves one of the Boston bombing suspects dead and another on the run, Pakistan's former president is under house arrest, French hostages are freed in Cameroon, and it's now easier than ever to avoid incest in Iceland.
A massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas leaves an unknown number of victims, Pakistan's former president goes on the run, the FBI gets a glimpse of the Boston bombing suspects, and can you still call yourself an animal lover if you punch a horse?
We get the first clues from the investigation into the Boston bombings, Margaret Thatcher gets a "fitting tribute" from her divided kingdom, a US senator gets ricin in the mail, and if you're lucky, you'll get a one-way ticket to Mars.
The FBI is hunting for suspects after twin explosions at the Boston Marathon, a powerful earthquake strikes Iran - again, a US helicopter goes down near North Korea, and how Google Autocomplete can ruin your career prospects.
Venezuelans vote in the president chosen for them by the late Hugo Chavez, a string of bombings kills 20 across Iraq, North Korea celebrates Kim Il Sung's birthday, and Psy tackles the difficult second single.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in South Korea for talks about its increasingly bellicose neighbor, Cyprus needs (even more) money, Russia isn't happy to star on Washington's new human rights blacklist, and behold, the deadly beaver.
The Group of Eight meets in London, Japanese automakers recall millions of cars, women face off with police at Jerusalem's Western Wall, and Vladimir Putin is a wanted man - in Finland.