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Iran claims to have nabbed another US spy plane, NATO prepares to send Turkey its Patriot defense system, and everyone needs to calm down about the royal baby.
Israel faces international condemnation for its settlement-building plans, North Korea threatens to launch a new rocket, and the future of internet freedom could be in danger - depending on who you believe.
Most of the UN says Palestine is a state, with some notable exceptions, Egyptians are none too fond of their draft constitution, and the world loses some mustaches - but gains some others.
Egypt races to get its new constitution, the UN votes on Palestine's state status, Britain braces for a media bombshell, and Yoko Ono wants to dress men like a sexy John Lennon.
Wonder pulled out after activists started a petition asking the singer not to headline an IDF gala concert next week.
Someone bombs Damascus - twice, a Saudi diplomat is murdered in Yemen, Bangladesh arrests three over a deadly factory fire, and the Onion does it again.
Yasser Arafat's remains are tested for poison, Congolese rebels talk about withdrawing but don't, and Pac-Man lives in space. Really.
There are more tales of horror from Syria, the UN talks climate change in Qatar, Ehud Barak quits politics, while Cambridge University wants to study existential threats - and yes, they do mean robots.
A border shooting threatens the fragile peace between Israel and Gaza, Egypt prepares to protest a presidential power grab, and Mexico needs a name-change.
It's day one of the cease-fire in Gaza and Israel, the Taliban claim responsibility for bombings in Pakistan, and why you should never call a Kiwi "Australian."
An explosion in Tel Aviv spreads panic in Israel, the last Mumbai attacker is hanged, and Twinkies are on their way out - no really, this time we mean it.
The world waits to see if Israel and Hamas can agree a cease-fire, rebels advance in DR Congo, and China's next top model is... unexpected.
Barack Obama becomes the first serving US president to visit Myanmar, it's day six of the conflict in Gaza, and French party politics get feisty.
Millions of Europeans protest against austerity, Obama stands by his general, and China prepares to reveal its new leaders.
The David Petraeus affair just got even crazier, the British government can't stop a terror suspect going free, and the dictionary-makers tell us that kids these days are all talking about GIFs.
The euro zone decides whether Greece should get its next slice of bailout pie, revelations keep on coming about ex-CIA chief David Petraeus, and heads are rolling at the beleaguered BBC.
The UN warns that millions more Syrians will soon need international help, Iran stays silent over US accusations that it shot a Pentagon drone, and Navy SEALs have their knuckles rapped for playing with video games.
China prepares to hand over to the next generation of leaders, President Obama goes back to work avoiding the fiscal cliff, and Reddit helps save a man's life.
The US votes - while the rest of the world holds its breath and hopes it doesn't do anything crazy, Russia sacks its defense minister, and the Bo Xilai scandal gets even more scandalous.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have just a few more hours to convince US voters before tomorrow's election, fatal bombings hit Bahrain, and scientists find a way to turn heartbeats into electrical power.