Archbishop emeritus speaks out against greed, failing schools and 'nightmare' of Marikana mine massacre
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Village of 80 people was firebombed from the air, say activists, by illegal gold miners based in neighbouring Brazil
Kalamazoo — Western Michigan University is getting ready for the arrival of 300 students from Saudi Arabia, one of the country's largest delegations on U.S. campuses.
William Hague insists WikiLeaks founder will not be allowed to leave country in his bid to escape extradition to Sweden
Mt Tongariro on the North Island erupts for first time in 115 years, blanketing wide area with ash but causing no injuries
Up to 200,000 children a year fall into the hands of slave traders in India, many sold by their poverty-stricken parents for as little as £11. Now a group of activists has set out to rescue them from
Syrian peace mission impossible because of militarisation on the ground and lack of international unity, says former head of UN
The blackout which has left 700 million people without power dwarfs these other major outages of the past half-century
Google in talks with Nadav Ossendryver, 16, over website offering real-time updates on animal locations in Kruger park
Three members of the feminist collective were arrested after an anti-Putin protest and face up to seven years in jail.