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At least 17 people have lost their lives in a coal mine in northern China after an explosion trapped them underground, officials say. ...

British Prime Minister Theresa May will dare the parliament to defy the will of the people by voting down Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty, which deals with the mechanism for departure, if her government loses an appeal in the Supreme Court, according to sources. ...

Fidel Castro Havana — The legendary leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro, has died, the Cuban president and his brother has announced. Castro was 90. ...

Madison — President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team is ignoring questions about efforts to recount votes in key battleground states, focusing instead on the latest additions to his administration. ...

Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro to express their dissatisfaction with austerity measures proposed by President Michel Temer, who is embroiled in a corruption scandal. ...

South Sudan’s government has finally agreed to the deployment of a new regional force mandated by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to the country to contain civil fighting. ...

Donald Trump San Diego — For more than 6 years, Donald Trump fought hard against a civil lawsuit in which former customers of his now-defunct Trump University accused him of fraud. Less than two weeks after being elected president, he agreed to a $25 million settlement. ...

Jacob Zuma Pietermaritzburg — President Jacob Zuma on Friday told more than 3 000 ANC supporters at a cadres forum in Pietermaritzburg that he was no thief. ...

Donald Trump Washington – Donald Trump has said he would consider seeking advice from Bill Clinton, just days after besting the former president’s wife, Hillary, in the upset US presidential election. ...

Cape Town – Gauteng Premier David Makhura intends declaring some parts of his province disaster areas following the fierce flash floods that left destruction in its wake. ...