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British police arrest Rwandan spy chief

British police have arrested Rwandan Intelligence chief Karenzi Karake at the request of Spain, where he is wanted in connection with war crimes.

Man United’s Rooney ‘angry’ over back-up comments

Wayne Rooney is fuming with his Manchester United bosses over comments suggesting he would be back-up to Robin van Persie this season, say reports.

Highlanders use early onslaught to demolish Blues

The Otago Highlanders have put a miserable season behind them with a swashbuckling display on their way to a 38-28 victory over Auckland Blues.

Martínez resigns as Wigan manager

Roberto Martínez has resigned as manager of Wigan Athletic, chairperson Dave Whelan announced.

Clinical England win ODI series against New Zealand

Eoin Morgan and Joe Root ensured England completed a comfortable five-wicket victory over New Zealand in the final one day international match.

Koeberg at half capacity after electric fault

Eskom's energy margin extremely tight as 900MW has been lost from the grid after a fault at Koeberg.

Koeberg electric fault leaves Eskom on tight margin

Eskom's energy margin has been extremely tight after 900MW was lost from the grid after a fault at Koeberg.

North Korea conducts nuclear test, drawing new sanctions

North Korea has conducted its third nuclear test in defiance of UN resolutions, angering the US and Japan and prompting China to call for calm.

All Blacks retain Bledisloe Cup for tenth successive season

Daniel Carter ensured New Zealand converted their territorial domination into points as they beat Australia 22-0 in their Rugby Championship clash.

Armstrong banned and stripped of Tour titles

Iconic US cyclist Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned for life for doping, the US Anti-Doping Agency said.

Turkey blames Syria for shooting down military jet

Turkey has accused Syria of shooting down a military plane in international airspace without warning and called a NATO meeting to discuss a response.

Nuclear watchdog sees ‘demolishing’ of buildings in Iran site

Satellite images have indicated that buildings are being demolished at an Iranian military site the United Nations nuclear watchdog wants to visit.

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