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Brussels Attack: Man Charged

Palmyra recapture; Yemen a year after Saudi intervention; Autism controversy at Tribeca Film Festival

(Photo: Belgian police Credit: AFP Getty)

Air strikes in Yemen - one year on

Life in Yemen a year after air strikes - we hear one man's story; Suspect charged in connection with Brussels attacks; and Havana nights galore when the Rolling Stones played Cuba

(Photo: Supporters of the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh attend a rally marking one year for a Saudi-led coalition in Sanaa, Yemen. Credit AP)

Air Strikes in Yemen One Year On

Life in Yemen a year after air strikes - we hear one man's story; Suspect charged in connection with Brussels attacks; Rolling Stones play Cuba

(Photo: Supporters of the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh attend a rally marking one year for a Saudi-led coalition in Sanaa, Yemen. Credit AP)

Suspects Arrested in Brussels

Three more Brussels security raids; Israeli soldier kills unarmed Palestinian; Rolling Stones concert in Cuba.

(Photo: Emergency services observe a minute of silence to the people killed and injured in Brussels attacks. Credit: EPA/Laurent Dubrule)

25/03/2016 GMT

Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.

Radovan Karadzic Verdict

Former leader of the Bosnian Serbs convicted of genocide and war crimes; One of football's most influential stars, Johann Cruyff, dies; Disgruntled Romanian shepherds protest a new law restricting grazing rights and limiting the number of dogs they can use.

(Photo: Radovan Karadzic listens to the verdict at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia in The Hague. Credit: ICTY via AP)