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Twitter users in Argentina and China ridicule Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner for poking fun at what she hears on a trip to China.
Health campaigners are calling for stricter regulations on the marketing of alcohol, amid fears about the impact it is having on children.
Anti-Semitic incidents reached a record level of more than 1,100 last year, the Community Security Trust says.
Nato draws up new strategy as Ukraine crisis looms
Can Nigeria hold elections amid Islamist-led insurgency?
Egyptians who risk punishment for daring to demonstrate
Why the families of Mexico's missing students will not give up
How powerful is Islamic State in Libya?
Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, who was freed on Sunday after more than a year in an Egyptian prison, tells reporters how he and his colleagues, who remain in jail, coped with life behind bars.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls for a relationship with the US based on diplomacy, after the US imposed sanctions on Venezuelan officials.