Not entirely omniscient
18 August 2017 05:04 (South Africa)
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Poland finds tainted eggs imported from Germany

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Military option with N. Korea 'locked and loaded': Trump

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Scientists gene-edit piglets, bringing transplants to humans closer

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Planet marks new highs for heat, pollutants, sea level in 2016: report

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Golf: Late mistakes drop McIlroy back in bid for fifth major

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Possible scenarios for next stage of N. Korea crisis

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Kenya election results not due before Friday: polls chief

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Dutch, Belgians launch raids over contaminated eggs

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Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa wins the men's 400m final at the London 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, Britain, 08 August 2017.

While you were sleeping: 10 August 2017

By John Stupart

Colossal new dinosaur species gets scientific name

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Suspect arrested after car rams Paris anti-terror troops

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Athletics: Van Niekerk's golden double on track -- just

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URGENT: Japan says 'can never tolerate' North Korea provocations

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Zuma 'the tsotsi' must go - opposition parties unite over call

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A girl stand next to the window of a tent used as a classroom for displaced children, at a camp for displaced families from al-Bayada city, in the rebel-held city of al-Asha'ari in Eastern al-Ghouta, Syria, 06 August 2017 (Issued 07 August 2017). The teachers give literacy lessons for about 150 children in two classes because they did not go to any school, the children are between six to 12 years old, with very few younger than that and are accompanied by their brothers, the classes are supported by Fazaa civil society group. The children was displaced for several times, and all of them are from al-Bayada city from al-Marj area in Eastern al-Ghouta.

While you were sleeping: 8 August 2017

By John Stupart

'Sanctuary city' Chicago sues Trump administration

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Kenyans to vote in tight, tense elections

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Zuma motion of no confidence will be done through a secret ballot

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I know my actions disappointed and hurt South Africans - deputy minister on assault

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Springboks welcome new sponsor

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Gold medalist Luvo Manyonga (L) of South Africa and his silver medal winning compatriot Ruswahl Samaai react after the men's Long Jump final at the London 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, Britain, 05 August 2017.

While you were sleeping: 7 August 2017

By John Stupart

2 killed in attack on Venezuela base: Maduro

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Trump, Moon agree N. Korea poses 'growing direct threat': WH

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Mozambique president, opposition chief hold first meet since 2015

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Pistorius out of hospital, back in prison: official

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McGown: Gift of the Givers unaware of reported €3.5m ransom

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Foiled Australia plane plot directed by Islamic State: police

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Trump lashes out over Russia probe, after news of grand jury

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S.African held hostage by Al-Qaeda in Mali freed

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A Secretary bird rolls its eyes back as it squawks at the World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary in Cape Town, South Africa, 02 August 2017. Located in the picturesque valley of Hout Bay the World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa. Over 3,000 birds of 400 different species are uniquely presented in over 100 spacious landscaped aviaries where visitors are able to walk through allowing intimate closeness with the birds. The park is one of Cape Town's premier tourist attractions accomodating over 100,000 visitors annually. Created by Walter Mangold in 1973 the sanctuary cares for all kinds of injured and sick birds and small animals. With a no kill policy every creature is taken care of on a daily basis by the 40 permanent staff members.

While you were sleeping: 3 August 2017

By John Stupart