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The schedule for the basketball competition at the London 2012 Olympics has been revealed, with Team GB missing out on a lucrative match with the United States.
Africa and Latin America are proving a godsend for workers
Oil-rich rulers put on show of opulence out of reach to an impoverished population
The death of Magnus Malan marks the passing of one of the most powerful and notorious leaders of the apartheid era. To his enemies, he was a figure of fear and hatred – one of the monsters of an evil system; to his colleagues and subordinates he was a figure of awe – the general who reorganised the military and then reorganised the country along military lines.
Life-saving efforts by Princess Diana's favourite charity threatened in five war-torn countries.
South America and West Africa are separated by thousands of miles of the Atlantic Ocean – yet remain united by the ancient traditions still celebrated in Brazil's vast coastal state of Bahia
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has announced his retirement from international football.
Robert King spent decades battling for his release from the 'hell-hole' of America's notorious Angola Prison. Now free, he's still crusading for its inmates, he tells Simon Usborne
Flavio sets the African Nations' Cup heading in the right direction
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor admits he does not know when he will return to England.
World Cup 2010 chief Danny Jordaan has hit back at Hull manager Phil Brown for doubting South Africa's ability to host the tournament in the wake of the attack on Togo.
Leader warns of further atrocities after gunmen kill three in assault on team bus
Arsenal manager hits out at Brown and Gartside for wanting African players back.
There were nine months left in the bidding process but Angola were suddenly chosen as hosts
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Three deaths jeopardise African tournament and World Cup