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4 Feb 2017
U.S. Defence Secretary Jim Mattis says he does not see any need for dramatic military moves in the South China Sea to contend with China's assertive behaviour after a meeting with his Japanese counterpart in Tokyo.
4 Feb 2017
A father in the occupied West Bank has buried his son after winning a court order forcing the Israeli government to hand over his body.
4 Feb 2017
Thousands of people take to the streets of London to protest against President Donald Trump's anti-immigration decree and his potential state visit to Britain.
4 Feb 2017
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, accused of running one of the world's biggest drug empires, saw his wife in Friday Friday after being denied marital visits behind bars.
4 Feb 2017
One week after returning from Senegal, Gambia's new president Adama Barrow has a new cabinet. Among the items on its agenda is reviving the tourism industry that took a big hit when former president Yahya Jammeh refused to step down.
4 Feb 2017
Fmr. SGF appears before house committee over Abuja centenary project.
4 Feb 2017
A U.S. federal judge in Seattle temporarily blocked President Donald Trump's partial travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. The ruling is so far the broadest to date against Trump's directive.
4 Feb 2017
A law change in Russia will downgrade the punishment for domestic violence from prison to a fine, infuriating rights groups and victims and prompt unusually heated debate in a country where many see violence at home as the norm.
3 Feb 2017
Osinbajo Asks Army To Shun Divisive Forces.
3 Feb 2017
President Donald Trump raises the stakes in Washington's increasingly tense stand-off with Iran, slapping fresh sanctions on Tehran's weapons procurement network.
3 Feb 2017
Millions of Americans are continuing to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act this year, despite President Donald Trump taking steps to repeal and replace it.
3 Feb 2017
Police have fired tear gas at people who were paying their respects to Etienne Tshisekedi - the Democratic Republic of Congo's late opposition leader.

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In South Africa, a xenophobic movement called Operation Dudula is accusing illegal immigrants of taking jobs from South Africans. Operation Dudula vigilantes are known to raid small businesses owned by foreigners. With an unemployment rate close to 35 percent, the situation is tense and the populist rhetoric of Operation Dudula supporters is raising fears of new xenophobic riots in South Africa, like in 2008, 2015 and 2019. Our correspondents report.