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The Red Roads to Timbuktu

Iron-rich laterite give the roads to this remote city in central Mali a distinctive color.

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Mel B in tears as she updates fans amid bitter divorce battle

Mel B has poured out her heart in an empowering new Instagram post, insisting she's stronger than ever as her

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Sophie Turner wants to stay close to Game of Thrones castmates forever

Actress Sophie Turner is determined not to lose touch with her Game of Thrones castmates once the series ends, insisting

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Diana Ross to be honoured for her career at American Music Awards

Diana Ross will receive a lifetime achievement accolade at the American Music Awards next month (Nov18). The Supremes star will

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Josh Brolin was hesitant to play a firefighter in Only the Brave

Actor Josh Brolin was weary of starring as a firefighter in real-life drama Only the Brave because he feared he

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Tyler Perry forgives his 'dad' for abusive upbringing

Tyler Perry chose to forgive the "abusive" man who raised him after learning about his "horrific" upbringing. The filmmaker grew

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Blythe Danner defends daughter Gwyneth Paltrow over Weinstein scandal

Blythe Danner has blasted a newspaper columnist for criticising her daughter Gwyneth Paltrow's decision to continue working with Harvey Weinstein

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Ozzy Osbourne files lawsuit over OZY Fest over name

Ozzy Osbourne is suing the organisers of New York's OZY Fest, claiming fans could be misled into thinking the event

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Irish folk legend Eamonn Campbell dies at 70

Former The Dubliners star Eamonn Campbell has died, aged 70. The Irish folk musician's death has been confirmed by the

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Chelsea Handler ending Netflix talk show to focus on activism work

Comedian Chelsea Handler has axed her Netflix talk show after two seasons in order to devote her time to activism.

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Australian senate rejects proposed visa, citizenship curbs

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's lawmakers have rejected legislation that would tighten citizenship and foreign worker visa rules, a blow to

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Japan September export growth slows slightly, growth trend intact

By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's export growth slowed in September for the first time in three months, official

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BOJ Deputy Gov Nakaso: Will adjust yield curve as needed

(Reuters) - Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Hiroshi Nakaso said the central bank would make adjustments to the shape of

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Asia stocks edge up, await China GDP, dollar rises as yields spike

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks inched up to near decade highs on Thursday, continuing to ride on

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Woodside third-quarter revenue slips 7 percent, cuts annual output forecast

(Reuters) - Woodside Petroleum , Australia's largest independent oil and gas producer, reported a 7 percent dip in third-quarter revenue

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Oil markets firm on tighter US market, expected extension of OPEC supply cuts

By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices were firm on Thursday, supported by ongoing supply cuts led by OPEC,

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Corrected: China third quarter GDP growth likely to cool as property, debt curbs bite

(This story corrects period in the fifth paragraph.) By Kevin Yao BEIJING (Reuters) - China is expected on Thursday to

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Why is Buhari desperate for the state to command the controlling heights of the economy? - BusinessDay : News you can trust

Last week, I talked about government’s desperation to retake control of the commanding heights of the economy by getting the Central Bank of Nigeria to continue to print money relentlessly for it to spend while crowding out the private sector to prevent run-away inflation. But I feel there is a deep and strategic political reason …

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Mumbai gangster’s son was hit by train while crossing tracks drunk

Gitesh was the son of Chandrakant Khopade, the leader of Golden Gang, which operated out of Sun Mill compound at Lower Parel in the initial days of underworld crimes

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U.S. bankers hold onto hopes that Trump will boost profits

By David Henry NEW YORK (Reuters) - Top U.S. bankers are still hoping that President Trump's administration will make policy

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Las Vegas hotel guard says he heard drilling, then hail of bullets

By Ian Simpson (Reuters) - A hotel security guard wounded by the Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people told

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Spain-Catalonia standoff set to intensify as leaders take hard lines

By Isla Binnie MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's political showdown with Catalonia is set to reach a new level on Thursday

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Japan trade surplus expands strongly in September

Japan's September trade surplus expanded nearly 40 percent from a year earlier as exports of cars and chemical products surged

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Mumbai civic body plans to set up composting pits in three more slums

Under the Swachh Mumbai Prabhodhan Abhiyaan for slums, the BMC hopes to reduce the trash going to the Mumbai’s three dumping grounds

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Plateau killings: We underestimated number of attackers, says military

Friday Olokor, Jos with agency report The military has denied the allegation of complicity in the reported killing of 29 persons, including women and children, in the Nkiedonwhro community of Plat...

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