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Afghan Taliban attack central Kabul Afghan security forces battle insurgents for several hours in the centre of the capital, Kabul, following an attack claimed by the Taliban. Details Two held after plane alert over UK Two men are held on suspicion of endangerment of an aircraft after RAF jets were scrambled to escort a Pakistan Airlines plane in UK airspace. Details UN hails 'historic' Obama drone vow The lawyer leading the UN's inquiry into drones welcomes President Obama's speech as a "significant step towards increased transparency". Details Extra police heading for Stockholm Reinforcements of specially trained police are being sent to Stockholm after five nights of unprecedented rioting in the capital's suburbs. Details Obama: Sex assaults harm military President Barack Obama tells US Navy graduates they must help end a culture of sexual assault that is tarnishing the image of the military. Details Turkey to restrict alcohol sales The Turkish parliament approves controversial legislation to restrict the sale and advertising of alcohol. Details Syria 'to attend peace conference' Russia says the Syrian government has agreed "in principle" to attend an international peace conference set to be held in Geneva in June. Details Tension over Sri Lanka Jaffna land Tensions escalate in northern Sri Lanka as Tamil people try to prevent the Sinhalese-dominated army from taking over their land. Details Lesbian drama is Cannes favourite An intimate love story between two young women receives rave reviews in Cannes days before the winner of the Palme d'Or is announced. Details Embattled Toronto mayor fires aide Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sacks his chief of staff Mark Towhey as he fights claims he has been caught smoking crack cocaine on camera. Details Czech murder suspect arrested in US An American accused of stabbing his relatives to death in the Czech Republic and setting fire to their bodies has been arrested, the FBI says. Details Giro stage cancelled because of snow Friday's 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia is cancelled because of heavy snow and Saturday's stage 20 is re-routed. Details Nasa to lease shuttle launch pad Nasa is looking for commercial operators to lease a historic launch pad in Florida used for the first Moon missions and by the space shuttles. Details