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SOMA (Turkey) – Rescue workers began winding up their operations yesterday after finding the bodies of two more miners, believed to be the last remaining in the mine, bringing the death toll in Turkey’s worst industrial disaster to ...

Tensions have flared up on the Korean Peninsula as North Korea issued its latest nuclear threat two days after Seoul said Pyongyang was making final preparations to conduct its fourth nuclear test. ...

AFTER a long and arduous election campaign, President Jacob Zuma now has to summon up fresh energy to plan his second term. Before his May 24 inauguration in the Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre at the Union Buildings in ...

Nigeria’s Army has posted two divisions to hunt for 200 schoolgirls abducted last month by Islamist rebels in an attack condemned globally including by US first lady Michelle Obama yesterday. ...

At least 16 people, including security forces, have been killed in a series of bomb blasts and shootings in northern Iraqi cities, local officials said. ...

Cape Town – Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema yesterday asked supporters to stage a stay-away from 20 years of democracy celebrations. ...

Pilgrims gather on St Peter’s Square yesterday at the Vatican a day before the canonisation of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II Vatican City  — Pilgrims and dignitaries from the world over streamed into Rome a day before John Paul II and John XXIII are named saints in the first ever double papal canonisation ...

Perth – The undersea search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is to be extended beyond the small area identified as its most likely resting place as the quest for any sign of the ...

Pro-Russian supporters standing at the Komvikorm factory checkpoint, near Svyatogorsk town close to Slavyask, Ukraine, 24 April 2014 SLAVIANSK (Ukraine) — Leaders of the Group of Seven major economies agreed to impose more sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, where armed pro-Moscow separatists ...

Abdoulaye Wade Dakar – Exiled former Senegalese president Abdoulaye Wade made a controversial homecoming with security forces on high alert on Friday, two years after he lost office in an ...