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France: Huge 'Constellation' diamond unveiled

In a Paris exhibition, Swiss jewellery maker de Grisogono unveils an 813-carat unpolished diamond bought for $68 million (around 60 million euros), the world’s most expensive rough when it was…

In a Paris exhibition, Swiss jewellery maker de Grisogono unveils an 813-carat unpolished diamond bought for $68 million (around 60 million euros), the world’s most expensive rough when it was…

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Montsho fails dope test at Commonwealth Games

Botswana’s Amantle Montsho has become the second athlete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games to have failed a drugs test. The 31-year-old has been

Botswana’s Amantle Montsho has become the second athlete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games to have failed a drugs test. The 31-year-old has been

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Google denies donkey hit-and-run

Google has denied killing a donkey on a road in Botswana after some people accused one of its cars of a hit-and-run while taking pictures for its

Google has denied killing a donkey on a road in Botswana after some people accused one of its cars of a hit-and-run while taking pictures for its

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Spanish King goes under the knife again

Spain’s King Juan Carlos has gone under the knife again. The 74-year-old monarch has had a hip replacement following a fall while on a private

Spain’s King Juan Carlos has gone under the knife again. The 74-year-old monarch has had a hip replacement following a fall while on a private

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Botswana : Prince William Vs Vuvuzela

Prince William plays football with children in Botswana and is invited to test his musical skills on the vuvuzela.

Prince William plays football with children in Botswana and is invited to test his musical skills on the vuvuzela.

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Princes William and Harry's official oversea in Botswana

Britain’s royal brothers William and Harry were a bit nervous when game wardens asked them to hold an 8.5 foot (2.6 meter) African rock python.

Britain’s royal brothers William and Harry were a bit nervous when game wardens asked them to hold an 8.5 foot (2.6 meter) African rock python.