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Higher education crisis in South Africa as protests and violence grow
Police and students have engaged in running battles at Wits University in Johannesburg.
Poland's teachers protest over education changes
Thousands of teachers in Poland held protests in 17 cities across the country on Monday over government plans to overhaul the public school system.
2016 World Cup qualifiers - Wins for France, Belgium and Switzerland
Belgium, France, Switzerland and Portugal all win as World Cup qualifiers continue
Saudi Arabia regrets funeral attack but stops short of admitting responsibility
Samsung announces total halt in production of Galaxy Note 7
Key energy deal seals Russia-Turkey reconciliation
The Brief in Brussels: UK's May holds talks ahead of Brexit trigger
This is the Brief from Brussels.
Croatian charity calender launched to help Down's syndrome children
A charity calender is being produced featuring Croatian actors, sporting stars, pop singers and TV personalities.
Fears for the health of Thai king Bhumibol Adulyadej
The health of the king of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej is said to be 'unstable'
Building collapse in eastern China leaves many dead
At least 17 people have been killed when a number of decrepit buildings collapsed in eastern China.
Optimism rises over OPEC oil freeze deal, Russia pledges to join in
Postcards from Uzbekistan: the Siab Bazaar
The Siab Bazaar in Samarkand is one of the largest and oldest markets in Uzbekistan
Clinton and Trump exchange low blows
British PM May looks for Brexit support in Denmark
British Prime Minister Theresa May has been holding talks with her Danish counterpart in Copenhagen.
Turkey: Clashes on anniversary of peace rally suicide attack
There were ugly scenes in Ankara on Monday on the anniversary of a suicide bombing that left more than 100 people dead.
Road to Russia 2018 rolls on
This edition of "The Corner" looks at England's new manager and the national side's World Cup 2018 qualification campaign so far
Research on everything from top bosses pay to marriage contracts wins economy prize
Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström win Sveriges Riksbank Economic Sciences Prize for work covering everything from top bosses pay to marriage contracts.
France to ask ICC to investigate claims of war crimes in Syria
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault says he will ask the International Criminal Court to investigate possible war crimes in Syria.
Trump goes low as US politics gets personal and poisonous
The rocky relations of Russia and Turkey
A look at the ups and downs in diplomatic relations between Moscow and Ankara over the last year
Eurozone approves bailout payment to Greece
Eurozone finance ministers say Greece will be able to receive 2.
Meet your hominid ancestors in Georgia
Archaelogical findings including fossilised bones and artefacts covering almost two million years of human evolution are on show at the Georgian National Museum as part of its exhibition ‘Stone Age…
Paris museum chronicles racism in African-American art
‘The Color Line’ at Paris’ Quai Branly is an exhibition on segregation and racism in the United States portrayed by African-American artists over the past…
Remembering Andrzej Wajda: the voice of Poland
Andrzej Wajda, the acclaimed Polish director whose films reflected his country’s turbulent history, has died at the age of 90.
Brexit vote fears hit UK business sentiment
The latest UK business surveys seem to show the economy losing steam with company bosses lacking confidence about investment and hiring workers.
Killer clown antics potentially harmful to both pranksters and victims
A flurry of so-called ‘killer clown’ sightings across the US, UK and elsewhere has prompted best-selling author Stephen King to appeal for anti-clown sentiment to be…
Replacing animal testing with cultured human cells
German police arrest suspect "planning bomb attack"
Officers say Jaber al-Bakr, who was turned in by members of the Syrian community, has connections with ISIL.
Portugal: Taxi drivers protest against Uber
Tempers flared in Portugal on Monday as traditional taxi drivers protested against government moves to regulate ride-hailing apps like Uber, accusing them of unfair…
No DoJ deal for Deutsche Bank