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Ethiopian set to run for US Congress
Ethiopian set to run for US Congress
Born in Ethiopia, Ted Alemayhu came to the United States at the end of 1987. He was just 14 at the time, and studied in Santa Barbara, California,...
FBI probing fake documents targeting Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign
FBI probing fake documents targeting Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and United States intelligence agencies are examining faked documents aimed at discrediting the Hillary...
Why Obama wasn’t sexist after all
Why Obama wasn’t sexist after all
Imagine this: you're dressed in a striking white suit with pearls, paired with your best heels at a fund-raising function, where you're due...
Indonesian president's son in vote-buying row
Indonesian president's son in vote-buying row
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's corruption-fighting credentials were on the line on Wednesday after his son was embroiled in...
Burundian peace facilitator Jan van Eck dies
Burundian peace facilitator Jan van Eck dies
Burundian peace facilitator, Jan van Eck, died of a heart attack on Tuesday at the Constantia Medi Clinic in Cape Town, the SABC reported.
US candidates face up to image problem
US candidates face up to image problem
Barack Obama, who is generally regarded as a gifted orator, would do well to find time to unwind before he delivers the speech of his lifetime to...
Democrats on edge as Obama fails to deliver poll lead
Democrats on edge as Obama fails to deliver poll lead
Before flying with his family for a week's holiday in Hawaii on Friday, Barack Obama expressed concern about taking a break in election year....
Standing shoulder to shoulder
Standing shoulder to shoulder
It was, for a Democratic Party anxious to project an image of one big happy family before the presidential election, an irresistible conjunction of...
Clinton defiant in face of loss
Clinton defiant in face of loss
Hillary Clinton refused to surrender to Barack Obama in the Democratic race for the United States presidency on Tuesday or to acknowledge she had...
One dead in Macedonia election violence
One dead in Macedonia election violence
Macedonia's parliamentary election descended into chaos on Sunday after one person was killed and nine wounded in shootings in ethnic Albanian...
Call for Hlophe to step down
Call for Hlophe to step down
Cape Judge President John Hlophe should step down from his post until the latest complaint against him has been resolved, according to the Cape Bar...
Political parties suggest Hlophe should step down
Political parties suggest Hlophe should step down
Cape Town Judge President John Hlophe must step down, political parties said on Sunday.

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