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Robert Mugabe Buried In Home Village In Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe's founding leader Robert Mugabe was buried on Saturday in his home village of Kutama, ending a dispute between his family and the government of his successor over his final over his final resting place.

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News

Woman Slammed For Making Son's Friends Sign 'Insane' Contract

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All the news you need to know this Tuesday.

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World

Man Drowns During Underwater Marriage Proposal At Exclusive Hotel Resort

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A woman has shared eerie video of her fiance's last moments, saying he "died while being extra" in an underwater proposal stunt gone wrong.

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World

Why Your Holiday Pics Could Help With Animal Conservation

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On your next holiday, go crazy with your picture-taking -- it could help save endangered animals.

National

National

Henna Tattoo Leaves Aussie Nurse With Horrific Chemical Burns

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WARNING: Graphic imagery.

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World

Widespread Rape And Atrocities Escalate As Sudan Falls Into 'Abyss'

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Hundreds of rapes and murders, and an internet blackout, mark a brutal crackdown on civilian protesters in Sudan, as leaders of a military coup suppress citizens following weeks-long protests.

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Church Wall Caves In During Mass Killing 13 In South Africa

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More than a dozen are dead and 29 injured after a wall collapsed onto them at the Pentecostal Holiness Church in northern KwaZulu-Natal, a coastal South African province.

Tom Phillips

Tom Phillips

My Life-Changing Trip To Rwanda 25 Years After The Genocide

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On Sunday Rwanda began 100 days of mourning.

Antonio Matimbe

Antonio Matimbe

While Rich Countries Do Nothing, Those Who Lose Everything Barely Understand Why

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I am Mozambican and an aid agency communicator, and responding to Cyclone Idai is just the latest humanitarian crisis I have been involved in -- Mozambique has a history of being affected by huge storms.

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World

Pilot Reportedly Crashes Plane Into Baby Shower To Kill Wife

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WARNING: Distressing content.

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News

Gunmen Disguised As Hunters Kill 134 Men, Women And Children

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Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita sacked and replaced two generals on Sunday March 24 after gunmen killed 134 Fulani herders in a surge of violence in the country.

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World

Bodies Floating Down Rivers In 'Worst Humanitarian Crisis' In Country's History

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The number of people killed after a powerful cyclone and flooding hit Mozambique has risen to above 200, President Filipe Nyusi confirmed, but that number is expected to surge.

Richard Marles

Richard Marles

Why Your Next Family Holiday Should Be To Morocco

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The density of humanity is rich.

National

National

'I Had To Break Free': Former Child Soldier Tells Her Story

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Fiori Giovanni experienced the worst of the world long before her 16th birthday.

World

World

Toto's 'Africa' To Play In The Namib Desert Until The End Of Time

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It would be easy to pass off the sound of music playing in the distance an hallucination if you were trekking through the Namib Desert.

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World

'Ludicrous': Calls For Disney To Drop 'Hakuna Matata' Trademark

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It translates to "no trouble" or "no worries", but it also means much more than that.

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World

'Barbaric Use Of Technology': Child Bride Auctioned For Marriage On Facebook

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Facebook has come under fire after it was revealed a child bride was sold on the social platform. 

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Views

Why Trump And ScoMo Could Learn Something From Ethiopia

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Across much of the developed world, our faith in politics is diminishing.

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World

Melania Trump Visits Africa On First Solo International Trip

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Melania Trump arrived in Ghana on Tuesday, choosing for her first extended international trip alone to visit Africa, a continent her husband has referred to derisively.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Prince Harry's Emotional Return Visit To Africa

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To the place he calls his second home.

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Views

Why Feeding The World’s Hungry Is Actually About Trees

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African farmers are successfully tackling the environmental dilemma that Western experts couldn’t – and the results can be seen from space!