The United States and Turkey are considering imposing no-fly zones and other steps on Syria to help rebel forces, Hillary Clinton has announced.
Two men who were arrested for allegedly beating a 27-year-old Muslim man to death in Magaliesburg last Sunday, are due to appear in court on Monday. The attack led to the death of Mohamed Fayaaz Kazi at 5am on Monday of a subdural haematoma and was laid to rest on Tuesday.
Yiwu is a city of about 1.2 million people in central Zhejiang Province near the central eastern coast of the People's Republic of China. The city is famous for its small commodity trade and vibrant free markets and is a regional tourist destination.
The "savage" attack on two Muslim men in the North West carried "the stench of Islamophobia", former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils said on Wednesday.
The United Nations refugee agency said that its offices in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq have reported increases this week in the number of refugees from Syria.
Johannesburg - Democratic Alliance spokesperson Mmusi Maimane has handed a memorandum to the Gauteng health department demanding that it pays its bills on time.
A South African pro-Palestinian lobby group has welcomed the news that a delegation of mayors and other members of several KwaZulu-Natal municipalities has cancelled a planned visit to Israel.
Cape Town - A protest by about 500 people on the N2 near Cape Town International Airport turned violent on Friday morning, with protesters attacking police officers with petrol bombs.
The United Nations refugee agency today urged Bangladeshi authorities to ensure that non-governmental organizations (NGOs) can continue to provide assistance to unregistered people who have fled the violence in neighbouring Myanmar’s Rakhine state, after reports emerged of Government authorities banning them from carrying out their activities.