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10 February 2016 06:19 (South Africa)
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ANALYSIS: Power Struggle, Not Nuclear Deal, Priority For Iranian Elite

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Zika virus leaves Kenya undecided about attending Rio Olympics

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Exclusive: In boost to self-driving cars, U.S. tells Google computers can qualify as drivers

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U.S. Supreme Court blocks Obama carbon emissions plan

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Trump, Sanders win U.S. nominating contests in New Hampshire

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Photo: Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party speaks during an interview with Reuters in Johannesburg, January 27, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Malema: We have the right to criticise anyone

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A reveller dances during a traditional Maracatu carnival in Olinda, Brazil February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

While you were sleeping: 09 February 2016

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Mercedes expect McLaren to raise their game

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Earthquake measuring 5.7 magnitude felt in New Zealand capital

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Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg says eyeing 2016 run for president -FT

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Sierra Leone discharges last known Ebola patient

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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

While you were sleeping: 8 February 2016

By John Stupart

Haiti's mood grim as president leaves with no replacement, Carnival delayed

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Woman pulled alive from rubble two days after Taiwan quake

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Rubio falters in presidential debate, offering hope to rivals

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Broncos, Panthers set to deliver Super finish to season

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Ancient wildebeest cousin boasted bizarre dinosaur-like trait

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Clinton, Sanders take new combative tone into first one-on-one debate

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Obama to seek new tax on oil in budget proposal

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WikiLeaks' Assange 'arbitrarily detained' in Ecuador's London embassy, U.N. panel to say

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A suspect is handcuffed and detained by policemen after a grenade attack in Burundi's capital, Bujumbura, on February 3, 2016. At least one person was killed in a grenade attack on a bar in Burundi on Monday night, witnesses said. More violence has rocked the country after the African Union backed away from sending in peacekeepers without the government's consent. REUTERS/Jean Pierre Aime Harerimama

While you were sleeping: 4 February 2016

By John Stupart

Super Bowl security plan informed by Paris attacks: U.S. official

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Short-legged Oregon arachnid gets 'behemoth' name

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France rules out euro zone veto for Britain

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US will act against Islamic State in Libya if needed -White House

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Japan military on alert over North Korea's planned rocket launch

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Japan PM Abe: to "strongly demand" North Korea refrain from missile launch

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Funding falls short for task force to fight Nigeria's Boko Haram

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Cosby seeks to block sex assault prosecution in Pennsylvania

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Alphabet overtakes Apple in market value - for now

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