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Kim Jong-un appeared to have decided to celebrate his grandfather’s birthday not with a nuclear test, but with a demonstration of missile capabilities.
An end to Cape Town’s on-going human-baboon conflict may soon be in sight.
Gautrain bus service drivers have joined other drivers around the country in returning to work on Saturday.
Flood-affected Colombian city receives Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency’s aid packages
A referendum broadcast ban will enter into force at midnight Friday in Turkey as the country heads to polls on Sunday, Anadolu reported.According to the ban imposed by the Supreme Election Board (YS
COLOMBO (Reuters) - A rubbish dump landslide in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo killed at least 16 and injured over a dozen, military spokesman and hospital officials said on Saturday, as emergency wor
Russia needs structural reforms, flexible fiscal policies and lifting of sanctions to get out of recession, economists say
The humble donkey, a beast of burden well rooted in Scripture, has important lessons for South Africans, writes Archbishop Stephen Brislin.
Fearing a mass shooting, authorities chased nearly 800 leads in search of a Wisconsin man they believed had a cache of stolen firearms and had written of his desire to commit violent acts against the
The SWIFT system is used by banks to transfer trillions of dollars each day.
A woman has identified the alleged trigger man who fatally shot her husband in a police line-up, but the case has gone cold again after a new breakthrough. Shaun Smillie reports
Cyprus has become a part of the sprawling probe following an Associated Press report last month where it is alleged Paul Manafort may have received through Cypriot banks.
US-backed fighters have advanced to the edge of a key jihadist-held town in northern Syria, a monitor said on Saturday.
A mountain of evidence has been compiled against Syrian officials for war crimes from torture to summary killings. But there is no clear path to justice.
A mountain of evidence has been compiled against Syrian officials for war crimes from torture to summary killings. But there is no clear path to justice.
PYONGYANG, Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of - North Korea paraded its intercontinental ballistic missiles in a massive military display in central Pyongyang on Saturday, with ruler Kim Jong Un l
The Quezon City jail in the Philippines is jammed with suspected drug offenders who have been imprisoned under President Rodrigo Duterte's so-called
The most radical thing about U.S. President Donald Trump's dizzying turn toward globalism recently might be how conventional his worldview seems to h
Emotions should be kept in check as South Africa searches for real solutions
Although 75 is a pretty number and deserves a nod from family and close friends, the practice of a populace fulsomely celebrating any national leader’s birthday is offensive
The number of ISIS fighters killed by a massive US bomb in eastern Afghanistan has nearly tripled to at least 90, Afghan officials said Saturday
Officials say that at least 10 people were killed and 12 others injured when a massive mound of garbage collapsed on part of a poor Colombo neighborhood.
North Korea also threatens to use nuclear weapons
There have been mounting protests over the executions in front of the state Capitol in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Four children are among 16 people killed after a huge rubbish dump collapsed on their homes.
(Reuters) - A 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck northern Chile, 144 km (90 miles) southeast of Calama, at a depth of 188 km, the United States Geological Survey said on Saturday.
Fortunately there is no report of civilians being killed in the attack, official said
Pence travels to region as fears grow of possible North Korea missile, nuclear tests to commemorate founder
Todd Heap's three-year-old daughter died after a truck accident in the driveway of his Arizona home.
The 300ft-high (91m) pile fell on to homes after it was shifted by floods and a fire.
Moves follows controversial United Airlines episode
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — At least 10 people were killed and 12 others injured when a massive mound of garbage collapsed on part of a poor neighborhood near Sri Lanka’s capital during festivi
"Putting American Workers First," reads the bold headline on the home page of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The airline said the new policy would ensure that a situation in which a passenger is forcibly removed from a plane does not occur again.
Sikhs in the US have launched a nationwide million-dollar campaign to spread awareness and address the "collective misunderstanding" over the minority community amid a spike in hate crimes
Struggle legend Ahmed Kathrada has also leaves a legacy on local history and the running of Resistance Park in Umbilo Road. “Uncle Kathy” visited the park last year, only to see it in a miserable
A 15-year-old allegedly stole a truck and crashed into two official traffic vehicles, before colliding with a private vehicle carrying tourists on the N2 at Mossel Bay, ER24 said.
WASHINGTON - Breaking with the practice of President Donald Trump's predecessor, the White House is keeping secret the lists of visitors to the building. The Trump administration cited privacy and na
WASHINGTON - What's wrong with being flexible? All presidents change their minds. He's only human. President Donald Trump's voters can be a forgiving lot — up to a point. "He thinks too fast and t
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories are claiming success with the first in a new series of test flights involving an upgraded version of a nuclear bomb that has been part of
Former Proteas batsman Gulam Bodi says it hurts that people don't remember him as player
Durban security companies are pleading with SAPS to stamp out the increase in attacks on stores in malls, before any more employees or customers are injured.
In 2014 Mo Gawhut's son died unexpectedly. Motivated by the loss, he went searching for the formula for happiness.
BOSTON (AP) — Bostonians are marking the fourth anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon attacks. Quiet remembrances have been planned Saturday to remember the victims. Three spectators were kille
The number of Islamic State fighters killed by a massive US bomb in eastern Afghanistan has nearly tripled to at least 94, Afghan officials said on Saturday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Thousands of Syrians were stuck in and around Aleppo on Saturday as a deal to evacuate two Shi'ite villages in return for Sunni rebels and their families being allowed to leave two
Five armed robbers overpowered guards and five soldiers at a military base near Khayelitsha and stole a cache of weapons.
The pope spoke of the child abuse scandals, expressing "shame for all the times when bishops, priests and the religious have scandalised and hurt" the Church.
Russia has offered to host peace talks between the Government of Afghanistan and the Taliban, the Russian foreign ministry said after hosting diplomats from the regional countries for consultations
The suspension of service will go into effect from Monday
"No individual or organization has contacted us in relation to the materials released by Shadow Brokers," Microsoft said.
Children as young as four are suffering from mental health issues such as panic attacks, anxiety and depression, a poll has found.
The festivities, celebrating Kim Il Sung's 105th birthday, took place amid concerns that North Korea is preparing another nuclear test.              
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington churches have long welcomed presidents to their pews. Bill and Hillary Clinton favored a Methodist church, Jimmy Carter taught Baptist Sunday school and Barack Obama vi
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has labeled North Korea a “problem” country and says it will be dealt with through a broad — and vague — set of options. It may be up to his
WASHINGTON (AP) — A decade ago, he was a young Army soldier training Iraqi troops when he noticed their primitive filing system: handwritten notes threaded with different colors of yarn, stacked in
Afghan officials had earlier said the bombing had killed 36 IS fighters
Military analysts say the missiles could one day be capable of hitting targets as far as US
Military analysts say the missiles could one day be capable of hitting targets as far as US
Uber confirmed that its bookings more than doubled last year to $20 billion, with net revenue totaling $6.5 billion.
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