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Missing plane MH370, Tennyson, and facing jail in Malaysia 03 April 2014

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.

MH370: hand-written note, breaking news & new sighting 22 March 2014

The third week of the hunt for flight 370 begins with another sighting of what may or may not turn out to be wreckage.

Anwar Ibrahim: don't blame 370 pilot for his politics 21 March 2014

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.

'A positive development' in the hunt for MH370 20 March 2014

After 12 days, the first sign of a breakthrough in finding the missing Malaysian Airways plane. Will today be the day, finally, we when get more answers than questions?

Flight 370 mystery: ongoing anguish for those left behind 19 March 2014

As relatives of the missing passengers become more desperate for answers the Malaysians are becoming more wary of releasing information.

Kerry and Lavrov meet, but omens on Ukraine are not good 14 March 2014

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.

World / Syria 'Children among dead' in assault on Aleppo - video 04 February 2014 Jonathan Rugman

The Syrian government's onslaught on the rebel-held northern city of Aleppo sparks an attempted exodus. Warning: the accompanying film contains distressing images.

Will it be Hollande v Sarkozy again? 17 January 2014

French President Francois Hollande's troubles provide an opportunity for his predecessor Nicolas Sarkozy, who is reportedly preparing for a comeback with his teams in place.

Hollande faces the 'tabloidisation' of his private life 14 January 2014

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.

French without tears at the Elysee Palace? 10 January 2014

How Valerie Trierweiler responds to rumours of the French president's affair, having been his mistress herself, could prove his biggest headache of all.