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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | What we are seeing now is nothing new

In her latest column, political editor Qaanitah Hunter writes poignantly about our South African national trauma.She vividly recounts examples of ...

SAFA dumping solved a dilemma for Neil Tovey

Former Bafana Bafana captain Neil Tovey says he was stood down as SAFA technical director due to the stifling financial ...

JUST IN | 5 dead, 30 arrested in Gauteng church hostage drama

A church hostage drama has left five people dead and 30 arrested in Zuurbekom, Gauteng, in the early hours of ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Faces Challenge of Confidence

WASHINGTON - The economy will not fully recover until a vaccine against COVID-19 is available, experts say.But once a vaccine ...

UN Security Council Deadlocked Over Aid Deliveries to NW Syria

NEW YORK - The U.N. Security Council was unable to break a deadlock Friday night that would decide the fate ...

Cindric makes history with back-to-back wins at Kentucky

Austin Cindric made history on Friday with his second win in as many nights at Kentucky Speedway, leading 130 laps ...

3 including 2 foreign nationals held for selling drugs in Vijayawada

Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh) [India], July 11 (ANI): Three people including two foreign nationals were held for allegedly selling drugs and ...

1 Dead in Mali Protests Demanding President Resign

At least one person is dead as protesters in Mali's capital attempted to occupy key government buildings and blocked main ...

WHO Experts Arrive in China to Probe COVID-19 Origins

An advance team from the World Health Organization (WHO) has arrived in China to prepare an investigation into the origins ...

Sudan PM Shuffles Cabinetin Response to Protests

WASHINGTON - Sudan's prime minister has replaced his finance, energy and health ministers and four other cabinet-level officials in response ...

What the Russians borrowed from the Mongol-Tatars

A still from "The Horde" movie, 2012Andrey Proshkin/Church-scientific center «The Russian Orthodox Encyclopaedia», 2012 The battle cry 'hurrah!', the word ...

One Dead in Mali Protests Demanding President Resign

Protesters in Mali's capital calling for the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita clashed with authorities Friday as they tried ...

Tulsa Moving to Recover Remains of 1921 Race Massacre Victims

Tulsa will begin test excavations at Oaklawn Cemetery next week, the first step in an effort to recover the remains ...

Reports: Chiefs re-sign QB Moore, release Patterson

The Kansas City Chiefs made some more quarterback news Friday, agreeing to terms with backup Matt Moore and releasing rookie ...

Statue toTennisStar Arthur Ashe toStayPut in Richmond

RICHMOND, VA - On Richmond's Monument Avenue, the collection of towering statues honoring Confederate veterans was interrupted by one noticeably ...

What Russia borrowed from the Mongol-Tatars

A still from "The Horde" movie, 2012Andrey Proshkin/Church-scientific center «The Russian Orthodox Encyclopaedia», 2012 The battle cry 'hurrah!', the word ...

Bucs OL Smith questions risk of playing amid pandemic

The man expected to protect Tom Brady's blind side said he doesn't feel safe playing football right now. Tampa Bay ...

Putin discusses Ukraine, Libya affairs with Security Council

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) passes by the troops after the military parade marking the 75th anniversary of the victory ...

How did the Blues become so good and what can SA teams learn?

When Tana Umaga, the celebrated 74-Test All Black, stepped down as head coach in 2018 to allow his assistant Leon ...

Botswana gets first test results on 281 elephant deaths

Botswana reports mysterious deaths of hundreds of elephantsAlthough the number of deaths so far represents a fraction of the estimated ...

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North Korea shows little interest in another meeting with Donald Trump

SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea says the chances are low for another summit with the United States, after President ...

More than 100 nations have active force of military drones

GENEVA, Switzerland - A U.S. drone strike that killed Iran's top general, Qassem Soleimani, at Baghdad International Airport in January ...

Record 60,000 daily deaths in U.S. sweeps world tally past 12 million

NEW YORK, New York - A record 60,000 new cases recorded in a single day in the United States on ...

Attack on Japanese base in 1938 carried out by Soviets, not U.S.

In 1938, the Americans took credit for an unprecedented Soviet air raid on a Japanese air force base in Taiwan ...

Chinese government backs WHO, slams United States

TEHRAN (Tasnim) - China on Wednesday defended the World Health Organization and lashed out at the US decision to withdraw ...

Bullying of International court and Bank of England laid bare

On January 9, 2020, Ambassador Karen Pierce-the United Kingdom's permanent representative to the United Nations-spoke at a meeting on the ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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