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    Holiday movies to put on your watchlist
    Holiday movies to put on your watchlist
    A list of movies to keep you entertained this festive season.
    Greek MPs pass austerity bill as Athens police clash with protesters
    Greek MPs pass austerity bill as Athens police clash with protesters
    Alexis Tsipras drives through tax increases and pensions shake-up amid angry splits in his Syriza party.
    Caught between the deep blue sea and devilish Libyan crooks
    Caught between the deep blue sea and devilish Libyan crooks
    Three young men among 800 African migrants survived not only the wiles of the smugglers, but also a shipwreck in the Mediterranean Sea.
    Thieves raid huge rhino horn haul in Mozambique
    Thieves raid huge rhino horn haul in Mozambique
    Mozambican officials are arrested on suspicion they aided the theft from a police storeroom.
    Spy cables: SA pressured by US to monitor Iranian agents
    Spy cables: SA pressured by US to monitor Iranian agents
    Iranian embassy staff members in Pretoria were scrutinised despite intelligence service stating repeatedly that Iran poses no threat to the country.
    Africa sets its sights on space
    Africa sets its sights on space
    It is hoped a lunar mission will inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists.
    Marriage falls out of favour in Europe
    Marriage falls out of favour in Europe
    Experts blame the economic crisis and changing social attitudes for the decline in weddings among young Europeans, as well as the falling birth rate.
    The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
    The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
    From a new Bridget Jones book, a wedge-style boot and hipster beards ad nauseum, we review last year's biggest, bestselling, and most shared.
    Pressure steps up on US to end its $1.3bn aid to Egypt
    Pressure steps up on US to end its $1.3bn aid to Egypt
    Despite global criticism of Egypt's security crackdown on protesters, the US has not pledged to put a ban on its $1.3-billion in annual aid to Egypt.
    Stars urge Alicia Keys to drop Israel gig
    Stars urge Alicia Keys to drop Israel gig
    Roger Waters and Alice Walker pen open letters asking Keys to join cultural boycott of 'unjust and unbelievably evil' Israel
    Syrians go hungry as conflict soars
    Syrians go hungry as conflict soars
    The UN has warned it is unable to deliver food to up to a million hungry and desperate Syrians because of spiralling violence and a lack of fuel.