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The US and UK suspend "non-lethal assistance" to rebels in northern Syria - but not humanitarian aid - after an Islamist alliance seizes FSA bases.
South Africans queue in their thousands to view the body of former President Nelson Mandela, which is lying in state for three days.
The US state department says it is considering all options, including sanctions, towards Ukraine after riot police moved in on protesters.
Time Magazine names Pope Francis as its Person of the Year, saying he has pulled "the papacy out the palace and into the streets".
The latest Snowden leak suggests US and UK cyberspies are taking advantage of Google's proprietary cookie technology to track suspects.
The UN children's charity, Unicef, says 230m children worldwide have not had their births registered, making them vulnerable to neglect or abuse.
Mexico's Senate approves a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years.
India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
Russian President Vladimir Putin tells his military leadership they should build up their forces in the Arctic as a priority.
Uruguay's decision to legalise the production, sale and consumption of marijuana violates international law, the UN drugs watchdog says.