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Balkans grapple with exploding youth crime
Balkans grapple with exploding youth crime
Following a decade of wars and ensuing social and economic decline, Balkan countries find themselves ill-equipped to handle growing juvenile crime...
Iraq court upholds Chemical Ali's death sentence
Iraq court upholds Chemical Ali's death sentence
An Iraqi appeals court on Tuesday upheld the death sentence against Saddam Hussein's cousin, widely known as Chemical Ali, for masterminding a...
Gul sworn in as Turkey's leader
Gul sworn in as Turkey's leader
Turkey's foreign minister, Abdullah Gul, a practising Muslim and former Islamist, was on Tuesday sworn in as the 11th President of the staunchly...
Bail granted to Niger journalist 'linked' to rebels
Bail granted to Niger journalist 'linked' to rebels
A court in Niger on Wednesday freed journalist Ibrahim Manzo on bail after he had been detained for more than four months without trial for alleged...
Niger rebels kill three soldiers in attack on convoy
Niger rebels kill three soldiers in attack on convoy
Tuareg-led rebels in Niger's desert north attacked a military convoy carrying food and provisions to the oasis town of Iferouane, killing at least...
Tuareg rebels threaten Areva's uranium mines
Tuareg rebels threaten Areva's uranium mines
Tuareg-led rebels in Niger accused French uranium miner Areva on Monday of financing a government offensive and warned of "grave consequences" for...
Landmines kill 11 in Mali desert conflict
Landmines kill 11 in Mali desert conflict
At least 10 civilians and one soldier were killed in northern Mali on Thursday when their vehicles hit landmines planted by suspected Tuareg...
Call for state of emergency over Zim violence
Call for state of emergency over Zim violence
A pro-government rights outfit in Zimbabwe has urged President Robert Mugabe to consider declaring a state of emergency to stem a tide of post-election political violence, state media said on Wednesday....
Rape games played at SA schools
Rape games played at SA schools
Games such as "hit me, hit me" and "rape me, rape me", where schoolchildren chase each other and then pretend to hit or rape each other, are being...

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