Police have confirmed to Sky News they have opened a new investigation into match-fixing allegations.
President Jacob Zuma has urged South Africans to unite as the "rainbow nation" and remember the values Nelson Mandela stood for, as the country marks a day of "prayer and...
Dozens of passengers have been forced to spend the night in airports after an air traffic control glitch caused major delays across the UK and Ireland.
A race to the South Pole featuring Prince Harry has been abandoned due to harsh conditions.
Thailand's main opposition party has announced all its MPs will resign from parliament amid mass protests against the government
UKIP has again become embroiled in controversy after one of its politicians was caught on camera saying immigrants should be sent home.
MPs are to get an inflation-busting 11% pay rise after a watchdog refused to scale back the increase at a time voters are feeling the squeeze.
British troops are facing 11 separate inquiries into their conduct in Iraq following a ruling by the High Court, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.
For the first time, there are more people in working families living below the poverty line (6.7 million) than in workless and retired families combined (6.3 million), a report...
Standing by the barricades under the national flag in Independence Square, two men beat out a steady rhythm on an oil drum.
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