The Young Communist League of SA compares an Israel solidarity gathering to a Nazi rally
Dutch airline cites the security situation around the Israeli city’s airport
KZN residents are joining hands to protest against the humanitarian tragedy in Palestine
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Britain’s Prince Harry played with handicapped children on the last day of a three-day official visit to Chile.
Rescuers hope to find more people alive after rescuing a man and a woman from the debris of a collapsed building in southern India.
Gay pride parades held across the United States this weekend drew huge crowds of LGBT people and their supporters.
Bishop Max Davis stepped down from his post in Australia after being charged with sexually abusing a student in 1969.
In the same waterways where more than 300 people died aboard the Sewol, another vessel owned by the same company crashed 11 years earlier.
Iraqi forces launched an airborne assault on rebel-held Tikrit
In a 55-page report, the Australian Transport Safety Board (ATSB) outlined how investigators had arrived at this conclusion
Obama puts in request to Congress for $500 million in training and arms for the opposition
Phuket police allegedly found cloned electronic bank cards as well as a stack of cash in his hotel room
An elderly German smoker was told to leave his apartment after neighbours complained about his habit.
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