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- Caribbean mourns death of Nelson Mandela December 6, 2013Mandela, who led South Africa's transition from white-minority rule in the 1990s, after 27 years in prison, had been receiving intense home-based medical care for a lung infection after three months in hospital.
- US announces support for a Caribbean energy market December 6, 2013United States Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz gave the assurance as he addressed the one-day ministerial-level energy conference entitled “the Caribbean’s Energy Future: A Pathway to regional Fiscal Stability” here on Thursday.
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- Bravo’s double century gives Windies a chance to save the match December 6, 2013The 24-year-old Bravo, who batted for more than nine hours punched the air in delight after reaching 200 and was embraced by Captain Darren Sammy as he became the 26th West Indian to pass the milestone.
- Study raises possibility of new approach to combating malaria December 6, 2013A team of international scientists has identified a key metabolic enzyme that common malaria parasites need to survive at each stage of infection in humans.
- SA to hold daily Mandela cortege December 7, 2013A cortege bearing Nelson Mandela's body will travel through Pretoria for three days ahead of his burial next Sunday, the government says.
- WTO agrees global trade agreement December 7, 2013The World Trade Organization agrees a historic global deal aimed at boosting commerce, which could add nearly $1tn to the global economy.
- Court frees pro-Morsi protest women December 7, 2013An Egyptian appeal court orders the release of 21 women, including seven minors, who were jailed over a protest in support of ousted President Morsi.
- UK airports hit by flight delays December 7, 2013Air traffic control operators say they do not know how long it will take to resolve faults which are causing flight delays and cancellations across the UK and Ireland.
- US citizen released by North Korea December 7, 2013US citizen Merrill Newman is flying back home after being deported from North Korea following more than a month in detention there.
- Syria jihadists 'use Turkey bases' December 7, 2013Foreign jihadist fighters, including Britons, are using safe houses in southern Turkey to go to Syria to fight against government forces, the BBC has learnt.
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