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    SA could be barred from taking part in Rugby World Cup
    SA could be barred from taking part in Rugby World Cup
    SA, one of the favourites for the Rugby World Cup, will be prevented from taking part in the tournament if a court action this week succeeds.
    'We're not giving up our nukes' - North Korea
    'We're not giving up our nukes' - North Korea
    North Korea is not interested in an Iran-like dialogue with the US to give up its nuclear capabilities, its foreign ministry has said.
    Chelsea fans spoil Cech's departure
    Chelsea fans spoil Cech's departure
    Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech was accused of being a traitor and a snake for leaving for the London rivals of Chelsea.
    Manuel Pellegrini says José Mourinho takes credit 'for everything'
    Manuel Pellegrini says José Mourinho takes credit 'for everything'
    Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini has started the mind games early for next season by attacking his Chelsea rival.
    Amnesty International reports abduction, torture and rape of refugees
    Amnesty International reports abduction, torture and rape of refugees
    Migrants give chilling testimonies of abuses committed by smugglers and armed groups in Libya.
    Auschwitz survivor wants SS officer prosecutions to stop
    Auschwitz survivor wants SS officer prosecutions to stop
    Eva Kor, who publicly forgave and embraced former camp guard Oskar Gröning, says stopping the case would help counter neo-Nazi Holocaust deniers.
    Men don’t worry about their sperm count – but they should
    Men don’t worry about their sperm count – but they should
    Thanks to a lack of anxiety among men, the current reality of a crisis in male fertility hasn’t been taken seriously yet.
    Netanyahu mounts final push to grab power in election
    Netanyahu mounts final push to grab power in election
    Israel’s prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, has launched a last-minute media blitz to convince voters he should stay in office.
    Young Fathers: Race gets 'head-on' pop mix
    Young Fathers: Race gets 'head-on' pop mix
    Young Fathers's new album promises to be their interpretation of what a pop album should sound like.
    Boko Haram exports reign of terror
    Boko Haram exports reign of terror
    The militant group is said to have invaded Cameroonian towns, sparking fears that it is expanding into neighbouring countries.
    Hunt for habitable planets hots up
    Hunt for habitable planets hots up
    The discovery of 55 Cancri e means ground-based telescopes could be used to find new "super-Earths".