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Norway massacre suspect Anders Behring Breivik took the stand today at his trial in Oslo, telling the court that he would do it all again.
Anders Behring Breivik pleaded not guilty as his trial began today in Norway. Breivik, who greeted the Oslo courtroom with a far-right salute, claimed he killed 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage last summer in "self-defense."
North Korea's rocket launch was an unambiguous failure. Will an embarrassed Hermit Kingdom try to compensate with a nuclear test?
A fragile cease-fire has taken hold in Syria, with regime forces halting widespread attacks on the opposition.
Tortoises, pythons, leopards are on the menu. Even village dogs.
That’s what a lawsuit — replete with corporate skullduggery — alleges.
The continent's first store opens in Joburg, with other-worldly prices.
Chinese pharmaceutical company wants to farm rhinos and harvest their horns.
Wildlife experts test innovative ways to save endangered rhinos from poachers.
South Africa is fighting a war to save its endangered rhinoceros population.
Some argue controlled hunting can make money that will help conserve the rhino.
A leaked report on the Black Stars' failures at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations revealed coach Goran Stevanovic's comments on the Ghana team, according to the BBC.
South African leaders like the "Chinese model" of state-directed capitalism.
Civic organizations, unions and church groups work together for more democracy.
Mandela's chef writes new cookbook with favorite recipes of anti-apartheid icon.
Africa's last absolute monarch confronted by economic downturn, growing dissent.
Lavish parties criticized. Some say ANC's record is mixed since coming to power.
China turns to South Africa for coal this holiday season.
Climate change talks stall so host country suggests extending deadline to reach agreement.
Canada's plans to quit the Kyoto Protocol make it a pariah at Durban conference.