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South Africans are gathering in churches, synagogues and mosques across the country to observe a national day of "prayer and reflection" in honour of the late Nelson Mandela. President Jacob Zuma will attend a service at the Bryanston Methodist Church in Johannesburg as part of the series of…
A Chinese worker arranges finished toys at a factory in Jinjiang, east China's Fujian province, December 7, 2013
The strength of Arsenal's grasp on top spot in the Premier League will be tested on Sunday when Manchester United's latest conquerors Everton visit the Emirates Stadium.
French troops deployed in the strife-torn Central African Republic on Saturday, while the African Union said it would nearly double its force to try to stamp out deadly sectarian violence.
India's ruling Congress party suffered an electoral humiliation Sunday at the hands of the main opposition and an anti-corruption movement, in the last major test before next year's national polls.
Palestinian President Abbas blames Israel for "cold-blooded assassination" that is destructive to the peace process.
Dozens of passengers have been forced to spend the night in airports after an air traffic control glitch caused major delays across the UK and Ireland. While the disruption is likely to have a knock-on effect today, the three main London airports predicted a largely trouble-free day. At Gatwick,…
Water ministers meet in Sudan for latest round of talks on how to share Africa's fabled river.
Contested air zone over East China Sea overlaps area first declared by Japan in 1969, and recently claimed by China.
Economy minister calls for full Israeli sovereignty in Jewish settlement areas in occupied Palestinian territory.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told American troops on Sunday that he backed a NATO force playing a role in Afghanistan after 2014, as Washington and President Hamid Karzai wrangle over a stalled security pact.
A view of the container port in Singapore on December 7, 2013, where talks are being held to forge a deal on a Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would cover 40 percent of the world economy even though it ...
Police have confirmed to Sky News they have opened a new investigation into match-fixing allegations. The National Crime Agency said it is looking at claims passed to them by the Sun on Sunday. The newspaper alleges it has evidence of a player saying he could arrange a yellow card booking in the…
Afghan President Hamid Karzai arrived in Iran for talks Sunday amid disagreement with the United States over a security accord that would allow some NATO forces to stay in Afghanistan.
South Korea Sunday declared an expanded air defence zone that overlaps with one announced by China and covers a submerged rock disputed by the two countries, as tensions rise over competing territorial claims.
Thailand's embattled premier said Sunday she was willing to call an election to end the political crisis gripping the country -- but only if protesters seeking her overthrow accept the result.
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett on Sunday proposed that Israel annex parts of the West Bank under its full military control where most Jewish settlers live.