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Julian Borger

New concerns over Afghan stability

The assassination of a close ally and mentor of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai after the killing of his powerful half-brother has raised questions

Armed Westerners spotted on ground in Libya

Westerners have been filmed in central Libya in the first apparent confirmation that Nato has sent ­military advisers to train anti-government forces.

Heat is on Obama to slash aid

As fears about Pakistan's nuclear security mount, the US Congress is calling for decisive action.

Killing justified by ‘laws of war’

Obama administration sticks to its guns amid conflicting reports on Bin Laden's death

EU mulls sanctions against Syria

European Union states are discussing imposing sanctions on Syria if the regime continues its violent suppression of pro-democracy protests.

Prolonged conflict possible

The US and Britain consider arming the Libyan rebels if airstrikes fail to dislodge Gaddafi.

No-fly zone possible to help protect Libyan citizens

Nato has launched 24-hour air and sea surveillance of Libya as a possible precursor to a no-fly zone.

No-fly measure over Libya fails to take off

The Obama administration recently played down a proposal to establish a no-fly zone over Libya.

Guess Hu’s coming to dinner

The red carpet is out for the Chinese president -- a far cry from a miserable working lunch.

North and South Korea: A dispute dating back 50 years

Yeonpyeong island is on a maritime demarcation line that Pyongyang has refused to recognise since it was imposed in 1953.

Tiny box causes explosive trouble

Nuke experts fear amateurs may not be the only ones moving uranium

A little PR would go a long way

Not only do our institutions struggle to respond to criticism, they are also clueless when it comes to promoting their brand.

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