Thousands of Syrians stuck at Turkey’s border
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Thousands of Syrians stuck at Turkey’s border

Turkey already hosts the largest number of Syrian refugees fleeing from the conflict. But with…

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Spanish police continue crackdown on suspected ISIL militants
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Spanish police continue crackdown on suspected ISIL militants

Spanish police are continuing their crackdown on suspected ISIL militants. They’ve arrested seven more people…

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Weak money makes business tough for local players in South Africa
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Weak money makes business tough for local players in South Africa

The third instalment of the South African Menswear Fashion Week took place in Cape Town…

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South Africa silent disco craze
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South Africa silent disco craze

A new craze and different way to experience music emerges. Silent Discos have been around…

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Proteas must win third ODI to avoid series defeat against England
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Proteas must win third ODI to avoid series defeat against England

South Africa trail England 2 – 0 in the One Day International series needing to…

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Primate National Reserve conserving endangered species
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Primate National Reserve conserving endangered species

It’s the Chinese Year of the Monkey. Known for its intelligence and quick wit, monkeys…

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Displaced people reluctant to return home in Nigeria
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Displaced people reluctant to return home in Nigeria

The aftermath of the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria and the devastating impact on Internally…

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Somali Pilot speaks out about the bomb
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Somali Pilot speaks out about the bomb

The focus has shifted to the security status of Somalia’s main airport in Mogadishu following…

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AU: Sending in peacekeepers to Burundi still a viable option
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AU: Sending in peacekeepers to Burundi still a viable option

In other news, the African Union remains deeply concerned over ongoing violence in Burundi. While…

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South African’s President’s rural home controversy
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South African’s President’s rural home controversy

A big week lies ahead for South Africa’s president, Jacob Zuma. He’s due to give…

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