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Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox ONE, its hotly anticipated replacement for the hugely popular Xbox 360.
An Oklahoma resident, who survived the tornado but lost contact with her dog, had her pooch returned to her mid interview.
With affordable packages from South Africa, make a ‘no worries’ date with paradise, writes Brendan Roane.
Thousands of delighted gardeners are descending on the Chelsea Flower Show this week.
With the Mediterranean Sea the picturesque backdrop, Dior showcased its 2014 collection in Monaco.
A powerful tornado pulverised an Oklahoma City suburb, hitting at least two schools and wiping out blocks of homes.
De Hoop Nature Reserve combines the luxury and elegance of a bygone era with breathtaking scenery and abundant game and flora displa... View Pictures
More than 20 SA boys have died during coming-of-age rituals in the past week.
Life on the run for the internet sensation known as Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker ended when he asked for a cup of coffee. A S... Watch video
Women accused of witchcraft in Nepal are often tortured and beaten by their own community.
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