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17 January 2018 13:21 (South Africa)
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ANALYSIS: Power Struggle, Not Nuclear Deal, Priority For Iranian Elite

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A child gets a vaccine against yellow fever at an outpatients clinic in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 10 January 2018. Brazil reinforced the prevention measures against yellow fever, especially in Sao Paulo, where some deaths have been registered in the past days as a consequence of the disease.

While you were sleeping: 12 January 2018

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Facebook updates News Feed to make friends a priority

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Ford recalls trucks over airbags, tells owners to 'stop driving'

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SARS executive allegedly dismissed

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