Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today that he had agreed with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang to settle a long-running border row, pledging his commitment to "peace and tranquility.
Thousands of workers employed by Dubai's largest construction company Arabtec stayed out on strike for a third day to back wage demands today.
Associated Press (AP) chief executive Gary Pruitt warned on Sunday that the government's seizure of his reporters' phone records had already had a damaging effect.
Young people angered by the police shooting of an elderly man hurled rocks at officers and set cars and buildings on fire in the Swedish capital Stockholm today.
A suicide bomber struck a provincial council headquarters in northern Afghanistan today, killing the council chief and at least 13 others.
Dozens of Egyptian armoured vehicles crossed into Sinai today, beefing up the security presence five days after six policemen and a border guard were kidnapped.
Dozens of journalists rallied outside Ukraine's Interior Ministry in Kiev today, accusing police of standing by while two journalists covering an opposition rally were beaten.
A string of car bombs and shootings killed at least 57 people in Shi'ite and Sunni areas today.