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Kenya probe links president to rights abuses
Special commission says Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy helped plan and fund post-election violence in 2007.
Sweden riots continue after police shooting
Windows smashed, cars and several containers set on fire, and seven police officers injured in Stockholm suburb.
Kerry urges Assad to commit to peace
US secretary of state calls on Syrian president to commit to ending war that has claimed tens of thousands of lives.
Man 'linked to Boston suspect' killed by FBI
Florida man shot dead after he got violent during questioning about his possible links to blast suspects, FBI says.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe signs new constitution
New constitution, which clips powers of president and sets term-limits, paves way for crucial elections this year.
German firm to hire hundreds with autism
Computer software company announces plans to employ hundreds of people with autism in bid to drive innovative thinking.
New Zealand police 'terrorism raids unlawful'
Maoris call for apology after report finds police intimidated people during anti-terrorism operation in Ruatoki Valley.
World Bank offers $1bn to Africa Great Lakes
Funds for health, education, hydro-electric projects and cross-border trade come amid fresh fighting in the region.
Ahmadinejad to appeal Iran poll-ban on ally
President to take Mashaei case to Supreme Leader but Rafsanjani will not appeal his own presidential election ban.
Tornado rescue efforts wind down in Oklahoma
Scientists conclude tornado was an EF5 on Fujita scale, the most powerful type, capable of hurling cars like missiles.