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27 July 2017 22:35 (South Africa)
Wired World

Paris airport attack: What we know

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Volkswagen to refit 1 million more diesel cars in Germany

By AFP

All new security measures removed from Jerusalem holy site: Israel police

By AFP

Suspected Boko Haram attack kills 10 soldiers

By Al Jazeera

Cricket: Cook and Westley hold firm against South Africa

By AFP

Finish your antibiotics course? Maybe not, experts say

By AFP

Teen is second killed in fresh Venezuela protests: prosecutor

By AFP

Facebook profit jumps as user ranks grow

By AFP

Trump says transgender personnel barred from US military

By AFP

UK to ban sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040

By AFP

Seven dead, including children, in early morning Cape Town fires

By News24

Seven dead, including children, in early morning Cape Town fires

By News24

Grace Mugabe admits 'sleepless nights' as sons go wild in SA... suspects 'evil spirits'

By AFP

DA to open culpable homicide case against Aaron Motsoaledi

By AFP

EU court to rule on Hamas terror listing

By AFP

Brain damage found in 110 of 111 deceased NFL players: study

By AFP

Trump says Apple promised three new US plants: report

By AFP

US Senate advances health care bill, tough debate looms

By AFP

Hunt for Swiss chainsaw attacker widens

By AFP

France battles raging fires on Cote d'Azur

By AFP

Airlines will need 637,000 new pilots over next 20 years: Boeing

By AFP

Mandela book withdrawn after outrage from widow

By AFP

Justin Bieber abruptly ends tour

By AFP

Israel removes metal detectors from sensitive holy site

By AFP

Trump pressures Republicans to repeal, warns 'Obamacare is death'

By AFP

Swaziland turns around world's highest HIV infection rate: report

By AFP

Hundreds of residents from Vuwani march on Vhembe District

By News24

Zuma: I've never sought residency outside of SA

By News24

Kushner says met Russians four times, denies collusion: US media

By AFP
By EPA/LUONG THAI LINH
People gather to watch as the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant releases water after heavy rainfall caused by tropical storm Talas in Hoa Binh province, about 70km from Hanoi, 22 July 2017. The Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant has opened flood gates for five days, in order to balance the stream flow and protect local reservoirs as well as downstream rivers. This is the first time in the past 21 years that the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant had to open 3 out of 5 flood gates, as the dam water levels were over five meters above the limit, according to media reports.

While you were sleeping: 24th July 2017

By John Stupart