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High-flying US dollar slips
The dollar retreated after surging last week on hints by the US Federal Reserve of higher than expected interest rates and Scotland's decision to stay in the United Kingdom.
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Oil prices are down ahead of Chinese data
Oil prices fell as dealers await key Chinese manufacturing data for clues about demand in the world's top energy consumer, analysts said.
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China slowdown worries hit stocks
Concern about a slowdown in China hammered stocks and commodities while signs of differences between major economic powers on the need to stimulate growth further clouded the outlook.
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Tokyo stocks close down
Tokyo stocks closed 0.71 percent lower after ending last week at a seven-year high.
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Lineouts key for Sharks
The Sharks, reigning Currie Cup champions, seemingly revived their title defence with a crucial 26-15 win over the Bulls.
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‘Qatar won’t host 2022 WC’
Fifa Executive Committee member Theo Zwanziger says the 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar because of the scorching temperatures.
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Plenty for WP to improve on
Bad option-taking and quite a few handling errors let Western Province down for most of the second half against Griquas.
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Serena still dominates WTA rankings
Serena Williams continued to dominate the WTA rankings, the latest list published Monday.
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Airstrikes alone won’t defeat militants - Blair
Diplomacy and humanitarian work are not enough to defeat the Islamic State group, says Britain’s Tony Blair.
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Candles and tears for Westgate victims
Dozens of people have gathered outside Kenya’s Westgate Mall to remember the victims of the attack one year ago.
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Popcru concerned about rise in murder
The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union expressed concern about the rise in crimes such as murder.
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Kuruman pupils return to school
Pupils in Kuruman in the Northern Cape returned to school after months of protests and disruptions to get a new road built.
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