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23 February 2017 18:47 (South Africa)
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Global economy week ahead

SpaceX cargo ship arrives at space station

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Iraq forces enter IS-held Mosul airport

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S.Africa struggles to quell anti-immigrant violence

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South Africans must reject Molefe's appointment as MP - SSA

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Members of different nationalist parties burns flares and wave flags during the so-called 'March of National Pride' in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, 22 February 2017. Ukrainian right-wing political parties, including 'Svoboda', the 'Right Sector' and members of the volunteer Corps 'Azov', announced about joining their efforts to put pressure on the Ukrainian power holders for the implementation of reforms in Ukraine. They also demand to stop the trade of some Ukrainian businessmen with Russian-backed separatists in the eastern Ukraine.

While you were sleeping: 23rd February 2017

By John Stupart

White House rolls back protections for transgender students

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US secretary of state in Mexico to calm tensions

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Iceland president pooh-poohs pineapple-topped pizza

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Record Taylor ton sees N.Zealand to S.Africa win

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Special forces soldiers travel on a Gecko all-terrain vehicle during a display as part of the annual National Defense Force Parade held in Durban, South Africa, 21 February 2017. The parade and display of the defense forces capability was held in the coastal city of Durban.

While you were sleeping: 22nd February 2017

By John Stupart

Fewer teen suicide attempts in states with gay marriage: study

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FARC disarmament to begin March 1: official

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S.Sudan president vows aid access to famine-hit areas

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Far-right Le Pen refuses head scarf to meet Lebanese mufti

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Shark kills bodyboarder on Reunion island

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Zuma remembers 6 who died in naval base freak accident

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Molefe to be sworn in as MP on Budget Speech day

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An injured woman holds an injured child at a hospital, after alleged airstrikes by forces loyal to the Syrian government hit areas inhabited by civilians in Barzeh, near Damascus, 20 February 2017. According to local witnesses, the airstrikes on the neighborhoods of Barzeh, al-Qabun, and Tishreen near Damascus had started three days earlier and resulted in the death of at least seven people and injury of some 33 others.

While you were sleeping: 21st February 2017

By John Stupart

Gene editing mulled for improving livestock

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Mugabe turns 93, vowing to rule on in Zimbabwe

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Trump names H.R. McMaster as national security advisor

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Five dead as plane crashes into Melbourne shopping centre

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Adolf Hitler's phone sells for more than $240,000

By Al Jazeera

2,000 IS fighters defending west Mosul: US official

By AFP

South Sudan declares famine in parts of war-torn country

By AFP

EFF disrupts SOPA, Makhura warns of using Esidimeni tragedy as 'political football'

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Afridi announces international retirement

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New Zealand court rules Kim Dotcom eligible for US extradition

By AFP

Iraq launches assault on IS-held west Mosul

By AFP