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Strauss-Kahn in prime time bid to escape trial shame

Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn will try to put two attempted rape accusations behind him in a television interview.

Monaco lights the braais for royal wedding

Monaco's royal house invited the population of its tiny realm to join them in celebration as the Grimaldi clan prepared to embrace Charlene Wittstock.

Romance and intrigue in Monaco … and The Eagles?

Monaco has begun three days of royal wedding festivities marked by glamour, romance, rumours, suspense, intrigue and, yes, The Eagles.

Anger, grief as Middle East turmoil mounts

The Middle East boiled with anger as protestors trying to topple more of the region's rulers staged fresh mass demonstrations after Friday prayers

Confident SA attends Davos as fifth Bric

SA set out its stall at the Davos meeting of the global elite on Wednesday, proud to be attending for the first time as a member of the Bric stable.

Côte d’Ivoire’s Gbagbo faces West African ultimatum

A trio of West African leaders tried on Tuesday to persuade Côte d'Ivoire's strongman Laurent Gbagbo to stand down.

UN hears of Côte d’Ivoire atrocities

United Nations human rights officials said on Thursday that at least 173 people have been killed in Côte d'Ivoire in the past week.

Côte d’Ivoire’s Gbagbo digs in as criticism mounts

Defiant Côte d'Ivoire leader Laurent Gbagbo dug in his heels on Tuesday under a barrage of international criticism.

Trapped Haitian rescued after 12 days

Stunned rescuers in Haiti pulled out a man still alive after an amazing 12 days under the rubble.

Haiti looters threaten new strife

Security forces struggled on Tuesday to control looters in Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince.

UN: Rwandan militia has global support network

Military operations have failed to contain Rwandan-Hutu rebels in the DRC and action is needed to restrict their financing, says a report by the UN.

Iraqi bombers poison 350 with toxic gas

Bombers detonated explosives on three trucks carrying a toxic gas amid traffic in western Iraq, killing at least two police and leaving 350 civilians needing treatment, the United States military said on Saturday. All three attacks were carried out between 4.11pm and 7.13pm local time on Friday

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