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GRNlive correspondents Griffin Shea and Ruth Maclean are available in Johannesburg for phoners, skypers and live invisions.

The once-powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been executed after being purged for “acts of treachery”, state media say.

GRNlive correspondent Jason Strother is available in Seoul.

Pro-EU protesters in Ukraine have reinforced their position in the centre of Kiev, rebuilding barricades torn down by police.

GRNlive correspondent Gullvier Cragg is available in Kiev.

GRNlive correspondent Dean Bernardo is available in Manila.

Tunisia’s governing Islamist Ennahda party and the opposition have agreed in principle on a new prime minister to lead a caretaker government.

GRNlive correspondent Eileen Byrne is available in Tunis.

An Indian diplomat in the US has been charged with visa fraud and making false statements over allegedly underpaying an Indian housekeeper.

GRNlive correspondent Vivian Salama is available in New York.

GRNlive correspondent David Bergman is available in Daka.

GRNlive correspondents George MacLeod and Simon Roughneen in Bangkok are available for coverage.

Telegraph correspondent Julian Ryall in Tokyo and GRNlive correspondents Angus Walker in Beijing and Dean Bernardo in Manila are available for coverage.

Guardian correspondent Saeed Kamali Dehghan is available in London.