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Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia's opposition leader, is sipping tea in a London hotel and quoting Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem, The Charge of the Light Brigade, at me.
The third week of the hunt for flight 370 begins with another sighting of what may or may not turn out to be wreckage.
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim tells Jonathan Rugman it is absurd to cast aspersions on the pilot of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 because of his political leanings.
As relatives of the missing passengers become more desperate for answers the Malaysians are becoming more wary of releasing information.
The diplomatic chill is deepening ahead of Crimea's vote on joining Russia. And the tougher the west gets, the more intransigent the Russians could become.
The Syrian government's onslaught on the rebel-held northern city of Aleppo sparks an attempted exodus. Warning: the accompanying film contains distressing images.
Francois Hollande prepares to meet the media - but one can't help thinking that the foreign press corps are the last people he would want to spend time with.