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Analysis: Ramaphosa returns to South Africa with 20 billion reasons to feel better, but back home is where his real problems still are

President Cyril Ramaphosa has so far gained a reputation among world leaders of being a charmer who hits the right ...
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What do Putin and Trump expect from the Helsinki summit?

by Ola Cichowlas with Thomas Watkins in WashingtonWith relations between their two countries at lows not seen since the Cold ...
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5 killed in S.Africa mine fire

A conveyor belt at a mine operated by Palabora Copper in northeastern Limpopo province caught fire, trapping the six staff ...
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Anderson first S. African in Wimbledon last-eight in 24 years, Federer next

The eighth-seeded Anderson next faces defending champion Roger Federer for a place in the semi-finals.Eight-time champion Federer boasts a 4-0 ...
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Trump names Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court, Senate battle looms

by Michael MathesTrump's decision stands to be among the most consequential of his presidency, as he seeks to shape the ...
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Japan rescuers go house to house as flood toll hits 141

by Hiroshi HIYAMAThe record downpours that began last week have stopped and receding flood waters have laid bare the destruction ...
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Former champs Sharapova, Kvitova crash out, Nadal, Djokovic through

RECASTS after Sharapova lossby Dave JAMESSharapova, the 2004 champion, was joined at the exit by 2011 and 2014 winner Petra ...
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Fresh navy video shows Thai cave boys in “good health”

by Joe FreemanIn a heartening message to families waiting in anguish outside, the Thai Navy SEAL footage features 11 of ...
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Trump reverses Obama-era race guidelines for admissions

The move indicates federal support for schools to adopt a race-blind admissions process and brings the highly contentious issue of ...
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UN agrees peacekeeping budget of $6.7 billion: sources

Two sources confirmed to AFP an agreement had been reached for $6.689 billion, about $122 million less than what had ...
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