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Airforce destroys Boko Haram camp in Sambisa forest, SA reports second coronavirus case and more
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Swedes unite in mourning after truck attack
9 Apr 2017
Sweden continues to mourn the victims of Friday's truck attack that left four dead and 15 injured laying flowers at the scene of the attack on Sunday morning.
Designers offer winter romance at London Fashion Week
21 Feb 2017
British designer labels took fashionistas on dream-like escapes, to snowy mountain peaks and the English countryside at London Fashion Week on Sunday.
North Korea tests ballistic missile
12 Feb 2017
North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the sea early on Sunday, the first such test since U.S. President Donald Trump was elected.
Libyan officials arrest over 100 African migrants
5 Feb 2017
Libyan authorities intercepted over 100 African migrants at sea on Sunday during an attempt to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
AFCON 2017: Reaching final 'a dream' for Cameroon coach
3 Feb 2017
Hugo Broos, Cameroon's coach says that reaching the final of Africa Cup of Nations 2017 is "a dream". Cameroon defeated Ghana 2-0 in Franceville, sending them to Sunday's final where they will face Egypt.
Lady Gaga to embrace 'spirit of equality' at Super Bowl halftime show
3 Feb 2017
Pop singer Lady Gaga says she will embrace the 'spirit of equality' when she performs at the annual Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.
Pope Francis to canonise Mother Teresa
4 Sep 2016
More than 100,000 people from around the world have gathered in Rome for the canonisation of Mother Teresa. Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, will formally proclaim her a saint on Sunday.