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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)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Jihadis & petty criminality; aid agencies boycott Greek migrant camps; can any good come from trauma?
Photograph shows the three suspects at Zaventem Airport prior to the Brussels airport bombings. (Credit: Belgian Federal Police)
Two brothers behind Belgium bombings and police hunting another man in CCTV image
(Photo shows police controling access to Brussels central train station / Credit: Vincent Kessler / Reuters)
Belgians pay tribute to victims of attacks; Intelligence-sharing problems; Airport security.
Photograph shows a woman writes a message on the ground as people leave tributes at the Place de la Bourse following the attacks on March 22, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. (Credit: Getty Images)
Airport and train station targeted; World leaders rally behind Belgium; Threat level set to maximum