Al Jazeera Network
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At least 15 people killed in series of explosions, including two car bombs in northern city of Kirkuk.
Users of microblogging site accused of insulting King Hamad and "misusing" right to free expression.
Deployment follows state of emergency declaration by president in three states where Boko Haram have stepped up attacks.
Test flight could eventually open the way for the US to launch unmanned aircraft from almost anywhere in the world.
Figures blamed on weak exports, investment and household spending as Germany also posts unexpectedly weak start to year.
UN says storm expected to make landfall in Chittagong, sparing Myanmar's restive Rakhine state from its full fury.
International donors' conference to open in Brussels as country emerges from two years of armed conflict in the north.
Leaked UN report says sanctions have delayed, but not halted, development of nuclear and ballistic missile programme.
Protests to be held across occupied territories to mark the "catastrophe" of the creation of Israel in 1948.
Taipei says apology from Manila over shooting of Taiwanese fisherman inadequate and threatens to impose more sanctions.
US president says federal tax agency's targeting of conservative political groups was intolerable and inexcusable.
European Commission carries out surprise inspections at several major oil companies over possible price manipulation.
Ministers say there's possibility explosion that left four dead was not deliberate car bombing as previously thought.
Kermit Gosnell avoids death penalty for murder of three babies during abortions by agreeing not to appeal conviction.
Gunmen travelling in four vehicles attacked at least nine shops in West Baghdad, killing at least 12.
President declares State of Emergency as a precautionary measure against increasing attacks by Boko Haram.
Ground control welcomes station commander who captivated world with Bowie star-turn and tweets of space oddities.
Star's revelation that she had breast removal surgery highlights preventative measures against deadly disease.
Three people have been killed and 21 others hospitalised, while about 100 people are feared trapped in rubble.
Video footage obtained by Al Jazeera appears to contradict official death toll from May 6 violence in Dhaka.