In a move to start a class action against embattled motor manufacturer Ford‚ dozens of complaints from owners whose Kugas have spontaneously ignited were handed over to the National Consumer Commission on Monday.
Europe should face Donald Trump with "confidence", German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said Monday, after the US president-elect had predicted that more EU members would leave the bloc and charged that NATO was "obsolete".
Lumka Oliphant has apologised to women for offensive words used in her social media rant in defence of Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini‚ but would not be drawn on whether she should resign for her conduct.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic delivered his most important goal yet for Manchester United as he sent Old Trafford wild with his 19th of the season in all competitions to salvage a 1-1 draw with rivals Liverpool yesterday.
Kei Nishikori is the latest player to skip the Davis Cup because of the packed calendar, the Japanese confirming on Monday that he would be unavailable for his country's World Group opener against France following the Australian Open.
South African boxers Simpiwe "Chain Reaction" Konkco, Hekkie "Hexecutioner" Budler and Zolani "Last Born" Tete have been recognised by The Ring magazine and awarded ratings on a prestigious list that some fighters can only dream of getting on to.
At the start of 1953, the "race" to break the four-minute mile barrier was reaching its peak. The world record had stood at 4:01.4 since 1945 and so, for eight years, the prospect of 3:59 was imminent.
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South Korean prosecutors asked a court Monday for the arrest of the heir to giant conglomerate Samsung for bribery in connection with a political scandal that has seen President Park Geun-Hye impeached.
Superstorm Sandy death toll at 121 in North-Eastern US
Sapa-dpa | 2012-11-13 07:18:59.0
An insurance claims adjuster climbs the entrance to a house in the Breezy Point neighborhood which was left devastated by Hurricane Sandy in the New York borough of Queens November 12, 2012. Police raised the storm-related fatality toll in New York City to 43 and at least 121 people have perished in the storm, which caused an estimated $50 billion in property damage and economic losses and ranks as one of the most destructive natural disasters to hit the U.S. Northeast.
Image by: ADREES LATIF
A home that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, is seen in Union Beach, New Jersey November 12, 2012. At least 121 people perished in the storm, which caused an estimated $50 billion in property damage and economic losses and ranks as one of the most destructive natural disasters to hit the U.S. Northeast.
Image by: ERIC THAYER
One 77-year-old man died on Sunday from injuries suffered when Sandy hit Rockaway, Queens, on October 29. Police also discovered one more body during clean-up operations the same day on Staten Island, bringing the total death toll in New York to 43.
The two New York City boroughs' residential areas along the Atlantic seashores suffered major destruction from the storm.
Government officials in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut estimated property and economic damages caused by Sandy at 50 billion dollars. Sandy caused widespread flooding and power outages, affecting millions.