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Turkey downgrades ties with Israel
Secret files: Gaddafi had spies in rebel camp
Gaddafi vows to carry on fighting
EU tightens sanctions on Syria
Taliban kidnaps 30 Pakistani boys
Malema to face ANC disciplinary charges
Firebrand youth leader told hearing against him for bringing South African ruling party into disrepute must go on.
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Two arrested in Berlusconi extortion case
Businessman and wife allegedly blackmailed Italian prime minister with details related to his ongoing sex scandal.
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US 'to sue major banks over mortgages'
Lawsuits will seek $20bn in compensation for banks' failure over subprime home loans, according to reports.
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New Japanese PM unveils youthful cabinet
Defying expectations, Yoshihiko Noda bases his selections on unity building rather than political experience.
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Mexican gangs threaten school teachers
In the city of Acapulco, at least four teachers have turned up missing for refusing to pay gangs half of their salaries.

Pakistan's private security sector booms
Ordinary citizens join the ranks of those paying for protection in violence-wracked country.

Scientists claim cancer-fighting breakthrough
Researchers say genetically engineered virus targets tumours without harming healthy tissue.

Ned Kelly's remains identified
DNA tests conclusively confirm that skeleton belongs to infamous Australian outlaw.

S Korea's e-Sports generation
The World Championships are being held in Daegu but for many South Koreans the action is in front of a computer screen.

Kenya violence suspects face ICC hearing
Hague court to decide on whether to confirm cases against six individuals over deadly post-poll riots in 2008.

Gaddafi foreign minister speaks to Al Jazeera
Abdelati Obeidi, in NTC custody in Tripoli, speaks exclusively to our correspondent James Bays.

Clashes erupt in South Sudan
Hundreds dead after tribal fighting, posing difficulties for the world's newest nation.
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Cuba has taken a dramatic step away from its socialist policies of the past, but how has this impacted ordinary Cubans?
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One woman's enterprise helps DR Congo's rape survivors find healing and an independent income through farming.
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In Acapulco, 140 elementary schools have closed as teachers face extortion and kidnappings from gangsters.
Evan Hill in Libya 02 Sep 2011 06:13 GMT

Black Libyans and migrants are stuck in Tripoli in squalid conditions and threats of violence.
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