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Standing in front of a packed classroom at a school in Iruekpen, a remote farming village in southern Nigeria, Precious Owens warns
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The growth in property prices stalled in July, latest data from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) revealed today
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Last time Theresa May, British Prime Minister returned from a walking holiday, she called what turned out to be — for her

Taxing the rich has become a political hot potato ahead of Norway’s election next month. On Tuesday, according to Bloomberg, the

Since Britain voted to leave the European Union over a year ago, millions of EU citizens living in the U.K. and over a million British

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MTN Group, Africa’s biggest mobile phone operator, returned to first-half profit on Thursday, marking a move away from a

Didi Chuxing, the ride-sharing company that forced Uber out of China, has expanded its increasingly global empire after it made an