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9 February 2016 03:04 (South Africa)
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Obama win has U.S. investors staring at fiscal cliff

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Denver Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning, in the no 18 jersey, and Carolina Panthers' quarterback, Cam Newton, greet each other on the field after the Broncos defeated the Panthers in the NFL's Super Bowl 50 football game in Santa Clara, California February 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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A DigitalGlobe satellite image released on January 28, 2016 by Amnesty International shows what the human rights organization describes as an area prior to the emergence of a mass grave in the Buringa area, north of Bujumbura, Burundi in December 2015. Satellite images show five possible mass graves on the outskirts of Burundi's capital at sites consistent with testimony by witnesses who accused security forces of killing dozens of people in December, Amnesty International said on Friday. REUTERS/DigitalGlobe/Amnesty International

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