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News24.com | SACP decries ‘spurious’ state capture allegations against Nzimande

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The SA Communist Party says media questions directed at its general secretary, Blade Nzimande, are an attempt to intimidate the party from testifying at the state capture inquiry.

Turkey unmasks 'hit squad' in Khashoggi disappearance

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Turkish authorities believe 15 Saudi men who arrived in Istanbul on October 2 were connected to the disappearance — and possible murder — of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. At least some of them appear to have high-level connections in the Saudi government.

Jaguars' Ramsey calls Gilmore's criticism 'lame, corny'

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Jalen Ramsey says New England Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore’s criticism is ‘lame, corny’ and adds ‘but it’s him, though’

Storm Michael: Monster storm mauls US south-east

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Michael, one of the strongest storms to hit the US, batters Florida and heads for the Carolinas.

Briton Saunders to give up world title to challenge licence decision

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Britain’s Billy Joe Saunders is giving up his WBO world title in order to challenge the decision to refuse him a licence to fight.

Egypt Sentences 17 to Death in Attacks on Christians

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Rights groups say Egypt is handing out mass punishments indiscriminately.

Wildcats Hosting Think Pink Campaign Throughout October

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Women's Soccer Think Pink Campaign

Northwestern Women’s Soccer is encouraging fans to Think Pink throughout October to promote breast cancer awareness and to raise funds for the education, research, and prevention of breast cancer through the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation.

Meanwhile in … the Solomon Islands, there’s talk of crocodile tourism

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Meanwhile in ... the Solomon Islands, there’s talk of crocodile tourismThe United Arab Emirates, there’s a lot of excitement about space. The Middle Eastern nation has just selected its first two astronauts – Hazza al-Mansouri and Sultan al-Neyadi – to go on a mission to the International Space Station. According to France24, the UAE is one of a handful of states in the Middle East to have sent a person into space and seems to be looking to make good on its pledge to become a global leader in space exploration.