Italian Man Awakens from a 2 Year Dwell

A man in Italy who was in what doctors call a "minimally conscious state" for nearly two years unexpectedly regained full consciousness.

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Pre-Historic Marine Beast Found in Scotland

A motorboat-sized beast that was at the top of its food chain 170 million years ago is Scotland’s first known native marine reptile.

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Robbers Caught Trying to Steal Ancient Artefacts in Israel

A gang of robbers accused of trying to steal the Dead Sea Scrolls from a cave in the Judean Desert was indicted in Israel. 

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New Invention of “Shoe Sized” Generator to Power Small Devices

It seems pretty clear now that us as humans have started using and will be using computable devices for a long time to come. 

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No rush to raise rates - Kganyago
SARB weighs whether the slide in crude oil prices will be enough to spur a broader decline in inflation.
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Samsung’s Q4 profit meets guidance
Samsung Electronics on Thursday reported its first annual earnings decline in three years.
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CEO Thompson leaves McDonald’s
Chief Executive Officer Don Thompson will leave McDonald’s at the end of February.
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Oil edges up in Asian trade
Oil prices edged higher on Thursday, but gains were capped amid fresh worries about the global supply glut.
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Amla, Rossouw lead SA charge
The Proteas crushed the West Indies by 131 runs in their rain-hit final ODI.
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Race to dethrone Blatter intensifies
Luis Figo has joined the list of candidates vying for Fifa president Sepp Blatter’s job.
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Australia's plot to axe captain
Australia may be heading into the World Cup as firm favourites but underneath the tranquil surface trouble is brewing.
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Proteas romp to 131 run win over Windies
SA capped off their World Cup preparations with a resounding win over the West Indies in the fifth ODI in Centurion.
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Chaos as ANC barred from meeting
The first full sitting of the Cape Town council got off to a fiery start with punches thrown and cellphones flying.
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School accused of racial segregation
A school in Pretoria has been accused of assigning pupils to classes based on their race, a report has said.
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Pope gives go-ahead for SA’s first saint
South Africa is set to have its first saint and martyr - Benedict Daswa, a lay person from Limpopo.
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Search for clues on slain family
The murders of businessman Martin van Breda, his wife Teresa and his son Rudi at their exclusive Stellenbosch golf estate home on Tuesday remains shrouded in mystery as a fourth family member fights for her life in hospital.
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