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God save the Queen: Trump’s visit should be downgraded to spare Queen – ex-official

More than 1.6 million people have signed a petition to cancel the state visit.

Time to ditch the euro

The dismal failure of Europe's monetary union means it should be abandoned to save countries.

UK foreign secretary labels Syrian violence ‘appalling’

British Foreign Secretary William Hague has called ongoing violence in Syria "appalling", while stressing the importance of the Arab League's role.

EU takes on Iran oil embargo

The EU has formally adopted an oil embargo and central bank asset freeze against Iran to pressure it into resuming talks on its nuclear programme.

UK trips itself up on internet freedom comments

Britain has faced criticism for considering curbs on social media after recent riots while recent comments castigated blocking the internet.

Gaddafi’s deadline to bow out whooshes past

A deadline for Muammar Gaddafi to step down and stay in the Libya has expired, the rebel council says, as rows raged over how to end the conflict.

Hague hails ‘deep, multifaceted’ relationship with SA

The UK/South Africa Bilateral Forum took place in London where issues regarding the environment, trade commitment and foreign policies were discussed.

UK expels Malawi diplomat in tit-for-tat move

British Foreign Secretary William Hague expelled the acting high commissioner of Malawi on Wednesday in a tit-for-tat move.

World powers raise pressure on Gaddafi to go

An international coalition piled pressure on Muammar Gaddafi on Tuesday to quit, pledging to continue military action against his forces.

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It’s just not cricket

Near Makhanda in the Eastern Cape in the village of Salem is a cricket pitch that is said to be the oldest in the country. Watered by blood and trauma, rolled with frontier nostalgia and contemporary paranoia, how does it play?

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Income shocks and the breakdowns in social protection schemes have had consequences for hunger and food insecurity in South Africa

Police respond to rural water protests with bullets

The coronavirus has hit the Eastern Cape hard, but many rural areas in the province still have no clean water for hand washing, forcing residents to break lockdown regulations to protest

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