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    Charges dropped against SA’s Gordhan

    Charges dropped against SA’s Gordhan

    South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority reviewed the fraud charges and found them without merit.

    Syria: Rebels may have used chemical weapons

    Syria: Rebels may have used chemical weapons

    De Mistura's has condemned the high numbers of rockets fired indiscriminately at Western Aleppo.

    China’s J-20 fighter jet to debut at Zhuhai Air Show

    China’s J-20 fighter jet to debut at Zhuhai Air Show

    Armored vehicles and battle tanks, such as the VT-4, will also be part of the exhibit.

    Chinese firms to begin ‘new Egypt capital’ in 2017

    Chinese firms to begin ‘new Egypt capital’ in 2017

    China Fortune Land Development Company has agreed to provide $20 billion over the coming 10 years for the city.

    China’s leading oil producer sees profits plunge

    China’s leading oil producer sees profits plunge

    PetroChina's crude output fell to 696.6 million barrels in the first three quarters from 722.9 million barrels a year earlier.

    Syria: UN decries shelling of schools, Russian embassy

    Syria: UN decries shelling of schools, Russian embassy

    The UNSC also condemned attacks on schools in Syria and said these could constitute war crimes.

    Xi Jinping given new status among leadership

    Xi Jinping given new status among leadership

    This is the first time the Communist Party has used the phrase "core leader".

    Putin: No difference between Clinton, Trump

    Putin: No difference between Clinton, Trump

    The president says US media created hysteria over alleged Russian meddling in the elections.

    Jobless claims fall: US economy slow, but steady

    Jobless claims fall: US economy slow, but steady

    Most analysts believe that an interest rate hike is more likely in December, the last Fed meeting of the year.

    UNHCR: 2016 deadliest for refugees

    UNHCR: 2016 deadliest for refugees

    The number of refugees making the trip has fallen, but with some routes closed, fewer are surviving the trek.

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