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Two killed in SA mosque attack

Two people were stabbed to death on Thursday, at a mosque in South Africa’s Malmesbury in the Western Cape before the attacker was shot dead by police.

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Sudan to host Kiir, Machar talks

East African leaders are trying to arrange crucial face-to-face talks between South Sudan President, Salva Kiir, and his rival, Riek Machar.

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Call for men to take care of their health

Men need to start taking care of their health from an early age as an increasing number of young men are suffering and dying from cardiovascular and non-communicable diseases.

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Venezuela Court rejects challenge to Maduro re-election

Venezuela's highest court refused Wednesday to consider a lawsuit challenging President Nicolas Maduro's re-election victory in May.

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Zimbabwe court frees Grace Mugabe ally

A former ally of Zimbabwe's ex-first lady, Grace Mugabe, who was facing charges of unlawfully skipping the country, has reportedly been acquitted.

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Ugandan General arrested over police official killing

Ugandan authorities have arrested a former national police chief on suspicion of killing a senior police official, a State-owned newspaper said on Thursday.

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TB conference in SA tackles disease challenges

The significant challenges in diagnosing Tuberculosis in people with HIV have come under the microscope as discussions continue at the fifth South African TB conference underway in South Africa's city of Durban.

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UN condemns excessive Israeli force against Palestinians

The United Nations General Assembly has voted overwhelming in support of a draft resolution deploring what it calls Israel's "excessive use of force" against Palestinians in the occupied territories including East Jerusalem.

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SABC to cross-examine former COO

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) will cross-examine its former Chief Operating Officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, when his hearing resumes on Thursday morning.

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Togo judges call for parliamentary elections before year-end

Togo’s constitutional court on Wednesday called on the government to organise parliamentary elections before the end of the year.

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