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“I have a job to do in a difficult economic environment and serve South Africa as best I can."
Meanwhile, an Amnesty International report says US-led Coalition air raids have killed 300 in Syria.
Iraq wants to be exempt from quota cuts; US may have a build in inventories, and Buzzard comes back online.
Congress faces a sink or swim situation as it mulls measures that could hurt working class families.
Venezuelan opposition parties say that an electoral council's decision to halt a recall referendum on Maduro amounts to a coup d'etat.
Local media speculate that Xi may look to centralize Party roles in a bid to push forward his reforms.
The exhibition is being housed at the Caen Memorial and includes hundreds of photos and videos.
A biometric employee-access system, which monitors the time of arrival and departure of staff, will be implemented.
Moscow says attacks on funerals, civilian families, hospitals and aid convoys constitute war crimes.
In addition to discussing the South China Sea issue the two countries signed 13 agreements worth more than $13 billion.