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In Pictures: Peshawar mourns
Peshawar mourns 148 people, mostly children, killed by the Taliban in a school massacre that prompted global revulsion.
Mostly children among the 130 dead at Peshawar school after Pakistan Taliban attack.
Demonstrators marched from Freedom Plaza and converged on Capitol Hill as a part of the 'Justice for All' rally.
As Christmas tourists begin to arrive in the city, craftspeople are hoping that a difficult year will end well.
Remote corners of South Sudan are suffering from a severe lack of proper medical infrastructure.
For the first time in more than 20 years, petrol stations have re-opened in Mogadishu to fill empty tanks.
Indonesian province of West Papua, rich in human and natural resources, is struggling against poverty and big business.
Influx of refugees has stretched thin the resources of the EU's poorest member state.
Thousands join Palestinian minister's funeral in West Bank day after he was killed in clashes with Israeli troops.
Police in Hong Kong attempt to retake streets after 2.5 months of protests.
The country is bracing for storm force winds, snow and mountainous seas as a low pressure system moves in.
About 300 Syrian refugees outside Parliament are refusing food, demanding they be allowed to leave for other countries.
The storm has landed in the Philippines, destroying homes, downing trees and forcing thousands to flee from villages.
Despite the snow in much of northern Asia, parts of Japan is clinging onto warm weather.
Steff Gaulter