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5 April, 2017
Security officials had cordoned off the area on Bedian Road in the bustling capital of Punjab province after the blast, which rescuers said occurred just before 08:00am local time.
5 April, 2017
The Somali nationals, doing work paid for by the World Health Organization (WHO), were abducted in the town of Luuq in the southwestern Gedo province. Negotiations are said to be under way for their release.
5 April, 2017
The UN has been unable to examine the mass graves and cannot say if they were recently dug. It estimates that over 400 people, including women and children, have been killed in clashes between the army and a rebel group.
5 April, 2017
Its Secretary General Bheki Ntshalintshali said he was no longer the "right person" to lead the country. Anti-apartheid struggle veterans have also called on the African National Congress (ANC) to recall the president.
5 April, 2017
The most recent suicide was on Saturday, regional Correctional Services Department head Delekile Klaas told News24. The department and the judicial inspectorate for correctional services were investigating the deaths.
5 April, 2017
South Africa's lawyers will defend the decision not to detain Bashir - wanted for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity - at a hearing scheduled to start at 07:30 at the International Criminal Court.
28 March, 2017
Naysayers predicted basic cheaper cellphones would be phased out by now as smartphone prices came down and users' need for ‘smarter' features grew − like access to applications and mobile Internet.
28 March, 2017
“It is so inspiring that he never fought for positions or power, during his term as a Member of Parliament,” the party said in a statement on Tuesday.
28 March, 2017
Cyclone Debbie made landfall between Bowen and Airlie Beach in Queensland as a category four storm, whipping gusts of up to 263km/h (163 mph). It is moving inland as a category two but could cause damage for hours yet. One serious injury has been reported.
28 March, 2017
He kidnapped his step-daughter and two other children in Swaziland and took them to South Africa in 2015. A case was opened and Interpol handled the docket. The children were rescued in 2016 and moved to a place of safety. 
28 March, 2017
Stacha Arends's disappearance was reported to police at 19:35 on Monday. She was last seen at the Mitchell's Plain Town Centre at 14:00. Her body was found in a bushy area behind the Swartklip Centre at 02:10 on Tuesday morning, Constable Noloyiso Rwexana said.
28 March, 2017
Even though the fire had been contained, light smoke was still rising from parts of the warehouse on Tuesday morning. Firefighters were working at the warehouse in shifts.
23 March, 2017
One man died after residents of Extension One chased him and beat him to death on Friday. Police had released him and another two suspects on Thursday after questioning them. Community newspaper Westside Eldos named him as Clayton Jassmith.
22 March, 2017
Alex Mutunga Mutuku, 28, is accused of electronic fraud but he denies any wrongdoing. Mr Mutuku was arrested after police conducted an operation following a tip-off that institutions were losing money.
22 March, 2017
The US and UK have announced new carry-on restrictions banning laptops on certain passenger flights. Inbound flights on nine airlines operating out of 10 airports in eight countries are subject to the US Department of Homeland Security ban.

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