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The Senate has voted to urge President Barack Obama to pardon the first black heavyweight boxing champion, Jack Johnson.
The FBI has revealed it has arrested a man from Mississippi in connection with ricin-tainted letters sent to U.S. officials
More than 100 people are injured and many more are unaccounted for following an explosion at a fertiliser plant outside Waco, Texas.
Global carbon emissions have barely changed in the last two decades with indication of worse to come.
US authorities denied media reports that an individual had been arrested in connection to the Boston marathon bombings, but confirm they do have images of a suspect.
Testimony has concluded for the first phase of a high-stakes trial over the deadly 2010 rig explosion that led to the US's worst offshore oil spill.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC has shut down a major pipeline in Nigeria's oil-rich southern delta to remove points that thieves are using to steal crude from it.
US president Barack Obama's gun control effort has been dealt a major blow as the Senate rejects a proposal to expand background checks for gun buyers.
Video footage identifies a suspect that might be linked to the recent Boston Marathon bombing has surfaced.
The head of the Obama administration's international food aid efforts says a proposal to shift the way food is delivered abroad could help an additional 4 million starving people.
Agricultural products from the Eastern Cape will soon be permanently displayed in one of China’s busiest trading cities.
Max Factor heir Andrew Luster's sentence for drugging and raping three women has been reduced
US Bancorp has agreed to open an account that will allow Somalis living in Minnesota to send money to relatives in Somalia.
Pakistan survivors of an earthquake centred in Iran began digging through the rubble of their ruined homes Wednesday as the military rushed to send aid to the remote region.
Much confusion reigns over the kind of funeral service Baroness Margaret Thatcher will have today. eNCA explains the difference.
Rockets explode in Israel's Red Sea resort town of Eilat prompting the authorities to close the airport.
eNCA Group News Editor Ben Said, reporting from London, says Margaret Thatcher’s legacy remains a bone of contention.
Taiwan has staged a large-scale live-fire drill, it's largest since 2008, to simulate a Chinese attack.
This time-lapse video shows the Canadian sky lit up with Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights.
Boston paid a tearful tribute Tuesday to eight-old-old Martin Richard, a restaurant manager and a Chinese graduate student, all killed in an attack on the US city's marathon.
Margaret Thatcher's coffin begins journey to funeral
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A large contingent of South African competitors and spectators who attended the Boston Marathon, are expected to be returning after a deadly blast at the event killed three.
North Korea on Wednesday barred a delegation of South Korean businessmen from delivering food and supplies to 200 of their staff inside the closed Kaesong joint industrial zone. would like to send you push notifications.
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