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You have no intention of fitting in with the crowd. The more unusual your pursuits, the happier you are. Others think you're odd for leading such an offbeat lifestyle, but they're secretly jealous. You never worry what people will think. That's probably why you've always got a smile on your face and a spring in your step. Arrange a fun outing for you and your most adventurous friends. Marching to the beat of your own drum is fun, but it does get lonely.
Fourteen Islamist women jailed for 11 years for demonstrating in Egypt will be released after a court slashed their sentences in a case that had outraged opposition groups and human rights campaigners, judicial sources said on Saturday. An appeals court in Alexandria has now reduced the sentences…
Jabhat al-Nusra has sent Al Jazeera exclusive footage of the wreckage of what it says was a Syrian government drone.
Flights at airports across the UK - including Heathrow and Gatwick - have been delayed or cancelled by an air traffic control system problem. Thousands of passengers have seen their flights delayed by a "technical problem" at southern England's main air traffic control centre in Swanwick,…
South Africans have united in mourning for Nelson Mandela, with many celebrating the anti-apartheid hero's life in an eruption of song, dance and tears. Soweto has barely slept since the announcement of Mr Mandela's death on Thursday. The township near Johannesburg which was famed as the…
There was a minute's applause before Manchester United's game with Newcastle United on Saturday as the English Premier League honoured former South African president Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday.
South Africa is facing a myriad of challenges, from economic inequality to white emigration.
Militants who launched a brazen daylight assault on the Yemeni defence ministry that killed 56 people were mostly Saudis, investigators said on Saturday.
After the initial shock of Nelson Mandela's death, many South Africans celebrated his life and legacy with song and dance -? a fitting tribute to a man whom music helped set free.
French forces try to secure roads into capital after at least 300 people are killed in two days of violence.
A Catholic priest has been interviewed by police investigating reports of historic sexual abuse over a 20-year period.
The Israeli army said on Saturday that an Israeli military vehicle had been damaged by a bomb set off by Syrians on frontier of the occupied Golan Heights. The attack on Friday was thought to be the first targeted bombing of Israeli forces since the start of Syria's civil war although the army…
South African photojournalist Louise Gubb shares the story of the Mandela she knew - from behind and beyond the lens.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's remarks comes at a time of rising tensions in their relationship with the GCC.
Three members of a self-styled "Muslim patrol" in London who harassed passers-by for wearing short skirts, holding hands and drinking alcohol have been jailed, in a conviction welcomed by the local mosque on Saturday.
Marks and Spencer stores across the Republic of Ireland were closed to Christmas shoppers today as staff staged a strike over a pension dispute and other cost cutting proposals.
Egyptian appeals courts on Saturday ordered 14 women jailed after a protest to be freed, reducing 11-year prison terms to one-year suspended sentences, as seven girls were also ordered released.
Communities affected by the most serious tidal surge in 60 years along the east coast of Britain have been warned to avoid direct contact with floodwater and beware of rats moving into homes.
Dozens of people have died in northern Kenya in a week of fierce clashes between rival ethnic groups, aid sources and reports said on Saturday.