Anne Hathaway and Kristen Stewart “drag” it out

Two of Hollywood’s stars decided to “drag” it out with each other this week, and not via a cat fight. 

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The balance between impulsive decision-making and procrastination

If you make snap decisions, you are said to be too impulsive yet if you take too long, then you are branded a procrastinator or are deemed to be indecisive. 

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The Anniversary of Cory Monteith’s Death

It has been one year since the Glee star was found dead at a hotel in Vancouver as a result of a drug overdose. 

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Are we technology obsessed?

It almost seems impossible to separate our lives from technology, but are we, as a nation becoming obsessed? 

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Call for minimum wage after strike
Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim has called for the implementation of a national minimum wage to avoid future strikes.
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Ethiopia feels China’s huge presence
Ethiopian workers strolling through the parking lot of Huajian Shoes’ factory outside Addis Ababa last month chose the wrong day to leave their shirts untucked.
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Middle East echoes pre-war Europe
To understand the Middle East today and its future course, the Europe of the 19th century provides some intriguing parallels.
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Netherlands despairs for MH17 justice
In the Netherlands, first came the shock, then the rage and now this question.
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Messi tax fraud case will go ahead
A Spanish court will push ahead with the process of prosecuting Barcelona's Lionel Messi for alleged tax evasion.
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Serena maintains big rankings lead
Serena Williams remains top of the women's tennis rankings in an unchanged top 10 released Monday by the WTA.
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Proteas hold on to clinch Test series
The Proteas tail fought off Sri Lanka's spinners to snatch a draw in the second Test and seal a historic series win.
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Anderson drops out of top 20
A first-round defeat at the Atlanta Open caused South Africa's top men's tennis player Kevin Anderson to slip out of the top 20.
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Fire rages at Tripoli oil depot
The Libyan government warned of a potential “human and environmental disaster” as two fuel tanks at an oil depot near Tripoli airport burned out of control.
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Netanyahu warns of long Gaza campaign
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country must prepare for a long conflict in the Gaza Strip, squashing any hopes of a swift end to the deadly conflict.
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Thyme seller killed as fast ends
Ramadan had just an hour left to go, but Bashar Sarmini, the thyme seller of Aleppo, and his three sons never saw the sun set.
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Morales seeks votes in bedroom
Bolivia’s president urged followers to spread the word about his policies so that Bolivian couples can decide who to vote for before drifting off to sleep.
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