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Fighting climate change with 'poop power'

The stench of clogged toilets fills the air at the US capital's wastewater treatment facility. And for good reason -- it's one of the world's largest projects to transform human waste into electricity.

Xi heads to Africa summit as Chinese investment slows

African leaders and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold two days of talks in Johannesburg starting Friday as the continent seeks to secure further massive investment despite China's economic slowdown.

iPhone: Hit the road, jack

Apple might remove the 3.5mm headphone port from the upcoming iPhone 7, according to reports from Japanese blog Macotakara.

UK spies can turn phones into bugs

British spies fighting Paris-style terror attacks deploy cyber-snooping technology that turns your smartphone into a mobile bug, privacy campaigners warned at a London trial into allegations that the UK tramples on citizens' rights.

Rapper stance earns Pope Francis new audience

He conquered the United States in September, is just back from a hugely successful trip to Africa ... and now Pope Francis is an unlikely inspiration for rappers around the world.

Doctor explains why she lodged a complaint against 'Our Perfect Wedding'

The woman who lodged the complaint against the popular South African television show, 'Our Perfect Wedding', said as a doctor, she dealt with rape survivors and abused women all the time.

Ethiopia's new elite spur housing boom

White fences and manicured lawns surround the villas of an elegant housing estate in Ethiopia, a potent symbol of the emerging elite in a country better known for drought and famine.