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Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane confirmed that the military had seized power in a coup in the tiny kingdom and that he had fled to neighbouring South Africa in fear of his life. Read Full Article
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Hundreds of Christians have taken to the streets of Durban, to call on world and religious leaders to take a stand against the brutal killings of Christians in Iraq. Read Full Article
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Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane and his ministers on Saturday confirmed that the military had seized power in the tiny kingdom and that they were expecting support from SA. Read Full Article
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Lesotho's military on Saturday denied it had seized power, a spokesman told South African television, despite the prime minister's claims of a coup. Read Full Article
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Ever wondered what would happen if four blue light brigades met at an intersection? Read Full Article
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has likened sanctions to "an invasion of the Iranian nation" and called on Iranians to "resist the invasion and put the invaders in their place." Read Full Article
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British Prime Minister David Cameron confessed to being "emotional and nervous" about the September 18 Scottish independence referendum "because it matters so much." Read Full Article
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Manchester United were unable to gain their first victory of the season as they were held to a 0-0 draw by struggling Burnley, offering an inauspicious debut to Angel di Maria. Read Full Article
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Having been beaten in their two previous games, Wits coach Gavin Hunt was a relieved man following the Johannesburg outfit's comfortable 3-0 Premiership win over Moroka Swallows. Read Full Article
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In his Ice Bucket Challenge video, Damon explains why he decided to use toilet water despite the fact that his wife thought it was disgusting. Read Full Article
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Four soldiers and 10 insurgents died after al-Qaeda militants rammed a vehicle into a military barracks and insurgents stormed the entrance. Read Full Article
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eNCA and are set to give you an even better news experience. From Monday, 1 September, you will see a new-look site on your desktop and mobile browser. Read Full Article
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Durban’s whoonga addicts have made an unusual demand to the city bosses - they want authorities to take tougher action against dealers selling the heroin-based drug. Read Full Article
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An urgent meeting must be held by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to find a solution to an alleged military coup in Lesotho, the DA said on Saturday. Read Full Article
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An ambulance assistant was killed and her two children injured in an accident in Vredenburg on Saturday, said Western Cape emergency services. Read Full Article
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French President Francois Hollande said Saturday that EU leaders meeting in Brussels would "no doubt increase" their sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis. Read Full Article
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Jethro Tull's original bass player, who played on the albums 'Stand Up' and 'Benefit', has died of congestive heart failure at his home in Hilo, Hawaii, on Thursday. Read Full Article
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As most of the country battles the cold weather, snow has been falling in various parts of the Eastern Cape, forcing road closures. Read Full Article
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Sri Lanka clinched the one-day international series against Pakistan after their bowlers, led by Thisara Perera, routed the tourists to secure a seven-wicket victory. Read Full Article
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An Egyptian court sentenced Mohamed Badie, general guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, and seven others to life in prison for inciting violence during protests last year. Read Full Article


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Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane says his government is taking steps to quell unrest after an attempted coup by the country's military on Saturday.
Military units in Lesotho surrounded government and police buildings and gunfire was heard in what diplomats said appeared to be an attempted coup.
The Ebola epidemic that has killed more than 1,500 people across west Africa spread to a fifth country on Friday, with Senegal confirming its first case of the deadly virus.

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