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    Holiday movies to put on your watchlist
    Holiday movies to put on your watchlist
    Here it is — set to be the biggest film of the year, or maybe the decade. It’s the movie that many think George Lucas should...
    Greek MPs pass austerity bill as Athens police clash with protesters
    Greek MPs pass austerity bill as Athens police clash with protesters
    Five years into the worst crisis to hit their country in decades, Greek MPs voted by a large majority in the early hours of Thursday morning to...
    Caught between the deep blue sea and devilish Libyan crooks
    Caught between the deep blue sea and devilish Libyan crooks
    When more than 800 people drowned last month in the Mediterranean's worst modern shipwreck, Ibrahim Mbalo almost joined the dead at the bottom of...
    Thieves raid huge rhino horn haul in Mozambique
    Thieves raid huge rhino horn haul in Mozambique
    Thieves raided a police storeroom holding Mozambique's largest- ever haul of confiscated rhino horn and ivory, making off with 12 horns valued at...
    Spy cables: SA pressured by US to monitor Iranian agents
    Spy cables: SA pressured by US to monitor Iranian agents
    The US’s covert war with Iran is being fought across the globe, with countries such as South Africa dragged in despite being bystanders. The...
    Africa sets its sights on space
    Africa sets its sights on space
    ‘The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena,” wrote the astronomer Carl Sagan. “Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those...
    Marriage falls out of favour in Europe
    Marriage falls out of favour in Europe
    Marriage rates have fallen dramatically in most major European countries over the past decade as austerity, generational crisis and apathy towards...
    The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
    The biggest and baddest of 2013 in popular culture
    Here's what got us dancing, watching, listening and clicking in popular culture in 2013.
    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
    The United States has led a chorus of international concern about Egypt's crackdown on demonstrators, publicly condemning the violence that...
    Stars urge Alicia Keys to drop Israel gig
    Stars urge Alicia Keys to drop Israel gig
    Roger Waters and Alice Walker have penned open letters asking Alicia Keys to call off a forthcoming concert in Tel Aviv. Walker, the author of...
    Syrians go hungry as conflict soars
    Syrians go hungry as conflict soars
    The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) said nearly 2.5-million people – most of them internally displaced by the fighting – need...
    Tension mounts as China, Japan ramp up airspace race
    Tension mounts as China, Japan ramp up airspace race
    China is rapidly expanding its nascent drone programme and Japan has begun preparations to buy an advanced model from the United States. Both sides...