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‘Child soldiers’ are terrorising Cape Flats communities, says study

    ‘Child soldiers’ are terrorising Cape Flats communities, says study

Her 15-year-old has an unlicensed gun and refers to himself as a soldier for the local gang.A Cape Town mother spoke of her struggle with her second eldest son who

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U.S. Drone strike targets senior al-Shabab leader in Somalia

    U.S. Drone strike targets senior al-Shabab leader in Somalia

The United States has conducted another drone strike in Somalia, targeting a senior al-Shabab leader thought to have been plotting attacks against Americans in Mogadishu, the Pentagon said Friday. The

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U.N. Chief Furious With Morocco Over Western Sahara Demonstration

    U.N. Chief Furious With Morocco Over Western Sahara Demonstration

By Louis Charbonneau U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Morocco’s foreign minister on Monday he was angered and disappointed by a demonstration in Rabat he said was a personal attack on

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Fresh Xenophobic Attacks Reported in S. Africa

    Fresh Xenophobic Attacks Reported in S. Africa

Foreign shops were looted on Sunday in an informal settlement near Natalspruit in eastern Johannesburg following the deaths of two local residents, police said. The looting took place after local

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Meet Nicholas Marino Cycling All Remote Africa And Asia

    Meet Nicholas Marino Cycling All Remote Africa And Asia

Pictures by Nicolas Marino Nicolas Marino. Documentary and landscape photographer currently on a long cycling journey around remote Asia and Africa. In this page, I intend to provide some background

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Sanders Closes In on Clinton in Iowa Caucus. But Senators Aren’t Feeling The Bern.

    Sanders Closes In on Clinton in Iowa Caucus. But Senators Aren’t Feeling The Bern.

With the Iowa presidential caucus kickoff hours away Monday, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has only a slight edge — 4 percentage points — over Bernie Sanders, according to a national

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Tunisian Security Tells Former President He is Target of Terrorist Plot Tuesday, 24 November 2015 15:19

    Tunisian Security Tells Former President He is Target of Terrorist Plot Tuesday, 24 November 2015 15:19

Former interim president of Tunisia, Moncef Marzouki The Tunisian security services informed former President Mohamed Moncef Marzouki on Monday that he is the target of a terrorist plot. A former

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Irish Troops May Go to Mali to Replace French, Coveney Tells Dáil

    Irish Troops May Go to Mali to Replace French, Coveney Tells Dáil

Government has ‘incredibly fluid’ take on what it means to be neutral state – Clare Daly UN armoured and transport vehicles outside the Radisson Hotel in Bamako, Mali, During a

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Kerry Offers Support To Struggling Tunisia

    Kerry Offers Support To Struggling Tunisia

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday pledged expanded economic and security support for Tunisia to help it cement

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How Did These Terror Attacks During The Last 20 Years Change The World ?

    How Did These Terror Attacks During The Last 20 Years Change The World ?

(Clockwise from top left) The 2004 Madrid train bombing, the 2001 terror attack on the USA, the 2005 London bombings

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No Room For Death Penalty in 21st Century, Says UN Official, Citing Decline in Support For Capital Punishment

    No Room For Death Penalty in 21st Century, Says UN Official, Citing Decline in Support For Capital Punishment

Ivan Šimonović, Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré  Ahead of the launch of a new book by the

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Evidence Suggests Russian Jet That Crashed in Egypt Desert Was Downed By Bomb

    Evidence Suggests Russian Jet That Crashed in Egypt Desert Was Downed By Bomb

Associated Press Evidence suggests a Russian jet that crashed over Egypt’s Sinai desert may have been brought down by a

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Iran Signals Readiness To Compromise Before Key Syria Talks-officials

    Iran Signals Readiness To Compromise Before Key Syria Talks-officials

On the eve of an international conference aimed at ending Syria’s four-year-old civil war, Iran signalled it might be willing

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Clinton Stirs Up Crowd in Alexandria, Va., At Afternoon Rally

    Clinton Stirs Up Crowd in Alexandria, Va., At Afternoon Rally

Hillary Clinton takes the stage at a campaign rally at Market Square in Alexandria, Va.,  on Oct. 23. The rally comes one

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Sudan Expresses Willingness To Allow Humanitarian Access To The Two Areas

    Sudan Expresses Willingness To Allow Humanitarian Access To The Two Areas

Sudan’s foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour has told a visiting donor delegation that the government is ready to allow international aid

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Emanuel Kawishe, director of the legal services department of the National Electoral Commission of Tanzania Peter Clottey A prominent official

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ICC gives S.Africa More Time To Explain Failure To Arrest Bashir

    ICC gives S.Africa More Time To Explain Failure To Arrest Bashir

The International Criminal Court has given South Africa more time to explain why it failed to arrest Sudan’s President Omar

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Hillary Clinton Responds To Benghazi Questions By Defending Libya Intervention, Diplomacy

    Hillary Clinton Responds To Benghazi Questions By Defending Libya Intervention, Diplomacy

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday vehemently defended the Obama administration’s decision to oust Muammar Qaddafi’s government in

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Egypt Pardons Journalists Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed

    Egypt Pardons Journalists Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed

Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has pardoned jailed Al Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, along with 100 prisoners,

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Concerned By Escalating Violence in Burkina Faso, Ban Urges Respect For All citizens

    Concerned By Escalating Violence in Burkina Faso, Ban Urges Respect For All citizens

Protesters burn tires on the streets of Ouagadogou, Burkina Faso, following the government takeover by members of the presidential guard.

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