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Militants target police and army bases near Libyan border; EU and Turkey fail to agree new deal on migrants; Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova announces that she failed a drug test at this year's Australian Open.
(Picture: Tunisian police officers during clashes with militants; Credit: Associated Press)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Nancy Reagan's former press secretary shares her memories of the US First Lady; A suicide attack in Iraq kills dozens; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning retires from the NFL.
(Photo: Nancy Reagan at a birthday celebration held in honour of her late husband Ronald Reagan in 2011. Credit: Eric Thayer/Getty Images)
UN-backed report suggests that militants from the so-called Islamic State are normalising children to violence by making them watch executions and play football with severed heads; A billionaire Iranian businessman -- who helped Tehran evade sanctions on oil sales -- has been sentenced to death for stealing some of the proceeds; A wounded warrior's story told through forty five objects.
(photo: Young Syrians belonging to the so-called 'Islamist Police' made up of local citizens, former opposition fighters as well as army defectors control cars in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa on September 2, 2013. Credit: MEZAR MATAR/AFP/Getty Images.)
International reaction to Turkish government seizing the nation's biggest newspaper; Sudanese politician and ideologue Hassan al Turabi dies; Representing America's politicians in Jazz.
(Photo: People run as riot police use tear gas and water cannons to disperse people gathered in support outside the headquarters of Zaman newspaper in Istanbul. Credit: AP)
Journalists in Zaman's Ankara and Istanbul offices; China's National People's Congress begins; An estimated half a million people attend the Mardi Gras festival in city of Sydney.
(Photo: Turkish riot police use water cannon and tear gas to disperse supporters at Zaman daily newspaper headquarters in Istanbul. Credit: ZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)