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German unemployment remains at all-time low

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Sharapova handed Rome wildcard

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We had permission to drive trucks into Pretoria CBD - Coal Forum

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South Korea, US forces begin joint military drills

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YouTube challenges cable TV with streaming service

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Barack, Michelle Obama sign bumper book deal

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Trump hails 'new national pride' in address to Congress

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'If Sassa breaks the law, it must face consequences' - Treasury

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Asiacell to offer free access to Wikipedia in Iraq

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Cape Town water prices could jump - De Lille

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Two women to be charged with Kim murder: Malaysia

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I'm ready for Leicester job -- Shakespeare

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A float referring to US President Trump during the Rose Monday carnival parade in Mainz, Germany, 27 February 2017. Rose Monday is the traditional highlight of the carnival season in many German cities.

While you were sleeping: 28th February 2017

By John Stupart

Liberia, NGO seize three vessels for illegal fishing

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Trump eyes jump in defense spending

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SpaceX to send two tourists around Moon in 2018

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Bashful Tokyo pandas mate after four-year hiatus

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Vandals attack Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia

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Maine 'reckless' for calling Gordhan an 'impimpi' - ANC

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Viola Davis, winner of the award for Actress in a Supporting Role for 'Fences,' poses in the press room during the 89th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, USA, 26 February 2017. The Oscars are presented for outstanding individual or collective efforts in 24 categories in filmmaking.

While you were sleeping: 27th February 2017

By John Stupart

Kane growing into a Tottenham legend - Pochettino

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Nokia relaunches iconic 3310 mobile model

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Police foil Algeria suicide attack

By AFP

Viola Davis wins best supporting actress Oscar for 'Fences'

By AFP
Photo: Young Kenyan innovator Caroline Wambui shows a journalist (R) the interface of a mobile app called ‘Life Pocket’ that she designed in Utawala, Nairobi, Kenya, 15 December 2016. Wambui who has recently completed her high school education at the Embakasi girls secondary school in the Mukuru kwa Njenga slums of Nairobi, conceived of the app after her uncle died when the family couldn’t find a matching kidney in adequate time. Together with her teacher Damaris Muteti (not pictured), Wambui learnt to code and built the app so patients, donors, doctors and hospitals can easily communicate and people who need to receive or donate organs can find a match. The app is currently being piloted by a number of hospitals and is expected to be available to the public by February 2017.  EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU

Op-Ed: Smart tech can make fees fall

By Magda Wierzycka

Seven Earth-like planets discovered around single star

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Russian cargo ship docks with space station

By AFP

Boko Haram leader killed spokesman over 'leadership plot'

By AFP

Israel says no more visas for 'biased' HRW staff

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