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South African government announced that preparations for the funeral of former president Nelson Mandela are in full swing. Mandela's body is being prepared by the Military Health Service of the South African National Defense Force to lie in state at the Union Buildings.Works are also underway at various venues such as the Union Buildings in Pretoria, FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, Mthatha and Qunu in the Eastern Cape, and at ports of entry to prepare for the events related to the State Funeral.

View to a Bill: Clinton during his year at Oxford

The 2014 Rhodes scholars - stars in the making?

With alumni including prime ministers, pop stars and at least one president who never learned to inhale, how will the Rhodes scholars of 2014 compare?

Westminster University students ‘furious’ after controversial Islamic preacher booked for charity dinner talk

National Charity Week began in controversy after Westminster Islamic Society (ISOC) asked an anti-gay and anti-semitic Muslim scholar to give a speech to over 300 students.

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Abercrombie & Fitch targets plus size customers as sales decline

The preppy American retailer plans to expand its clothing range after ditching "no plus size" policy

Swimming: Ryan Lochte laid low by run-in with over-excited fan

Five-time Olympic champion Ryan Lochte faces an absence from the swimming pool after colliding with a fan.

Pakistani Taliban commander Latif Mehsud was captured last weekend

US capture of Taliban leader 'violates Afghan sovereignty'

Talks to decide the future of US involvement in Afghanistan continued last night, amid tensions over a "military operation" in which American forces "forcibly removed" a senior Taliban commander from an Afghan government convoy.

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Tiger Woods, right, celebrates with girlfriend Lindsey Vonn

Tiger Woods clinches Presidents Cup for eighth time

The United States won the Presidents Cup for the eighth time last night, beating the Internationals 18½ to 15½ at Muirfield after Tiger Woods clinched the victory by beating South African Richard Sterne.

Controversy sells: Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines leads the pack in record year for singles sales

The Official Charts Company claims that 2013 will be the biggest year in history for singles sales in Britain

Market Report: Miners draw the bargain hunters

Punters on the hunt for a bargain turned to the metal diggers yesterday.

Exclusive: Conflict row as MoD top brass join contractors

Ex-mandarin now in charge of US giant's bid to manage his former department

Fed fears caused £1.2bn Aberdeen pullout

Customers pulled out £1.2bn in funds from Aberdeen Asset Management ahead of the Fed’s announcement on its future monetary policy, it has emerged.  

Asos 'can maintain double-digit growth for years'

The boss of online fashion retailer Asos today said the business can keep hitting double-digit growth for several more years.

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US regain the Walker Cup

Great Britain and Ireland’s hopes of retaining the Walker Cup were ended last night in Southampton, New York, as the United States wrapped up victory.

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