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US govt shutdown could extend deep into 2019

The Chronicle WASHINGTON – The partial US government shutdown is all set to drag on to the new year as opposition Democrats and Republicans refused...

Tunisia police, protesters clash again after journalist’s death

The Chronicle Tunisian protesters have clashed with police for a third consecutive night following the death of a journalist who set himself on fire to...

Convicted Pistorius turns spiritual leader

The Chronicle Former Paralympian and convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius has found a new purpose behind bars, leading a Bible studies and prayer group and harvesting...

Blind mystic woman who foresaw 9/11 and Brexit predicts worldwide gloom in 2019

The Chronicle A blind mystic who predicted Brexit, the Twin Towers attacks and the rise of ISIS has predicted “worldwide gloom” for the whole of...

Indonesia burns mountain of marijuana

The Chronicle A towering stack of marijuana that weighed a hefty 800kg went up in smoke yesterday as Indonesian police lit up the pungent contraband. Authorities...

Farmer, son ‘kill’ 42 goats grazing on their farm

The Chronicle A farmer and his son were expected to appear in the Standerton Magistrate’s Court on Thursday on charges of animal cruelty after the...

Boko Haram attacks 2 military bases in north-east Nigeria

The Chronicle Suspected Boko Haram fighters have attacked two military bases in northeast Nigeria, and briefly seized the headquarters of a multinational force comprising troops...

Protests in eastern DRC after new election delay

The Chronicle Police fired teargas and shots were heard as hundreds of people in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) protested on Thursday at a...

Pogba NOT for sale, insists Man United’s Ed Woodward

The Chronicle Cape Town — Premier League giants Manchester United have no intention of accepting any offer for star midfielder Paul Pogba. Real Madrid have been...

Serena hails rule changes to protect mothers in tennis

The Chronicle Abu Dhabi — Serena Williams has described the new changes to the ‘Special Ranking’ rule introduced by the WTA for 2019 as “great”...
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