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A Zimbabwean Recalls Mugabe’s Brutalities

A Zimbabwean Recalls Mugabe’s Brutalities

The Matabeleland massacres were Mugabe’s original sin, for which he never paid penance. Later he dismissed the campaign as “a moment of madness,” but the killings lasted nearly four years.

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Irish Border Emerges as Roadblock in U.K.’s Brexit Talks

Irish Border Emerges as Roadblock in U.K.’s Brexit Talks

Ireland has become an unexpectedly difficult hurdle to advancing stalled Brexit talks, with Dublin warning that Britain isn’t doing enough to prevent the return of a border across the island that could impede commerce and reconciliation efforts.

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Carl Icahn Buys 13% Stake in SandRidge Energy

Carl Icahn Buys 13% Stake in SandRidge Energy

Carl Icahn has purchased at least 13% of SandRidge Energy Inc., joining a list of shareholders who say a deal the oil-and-gas producer struck last week for Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. makes little sense.

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What Does the AT&T Lawsuit Mean for Fox?

What Does the AT&T Lawsuit Mean for Fox?

As the industry weighs the impact of the Justice Department’s lawsuit, Comcast Corp.’s bid to acquire a significant chunk of 21st Century Fox’s assets draws comparisons to the AT&T-Time Warner deal.

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Texas Congressman Joe Barton Apologizes After Nude Photo Circulates on Internet

Texas Congressman Joe Barton Apologizes After Nude Photo Circulates on Internet

Rep. Joe Barton (R., Texas) apologized to his constituents on Wednesday for not using better judgment in his personal life, after a nude photo of him circulated on the internet this week.

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Fed on Track for December Rate Rise, but Inflation Worries Persist

Fed on Track for December Rate Rise, but Inflation Worries Persist

Federal Reserve officials said at their latest meeting they likely would raise short-term interest rates “in the near term” due to a strengthening economy, although several said their support for the move would hinge on whether they see inflation picking up.

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New Study Reveals Dark Side of Outdoor Night Lighting

New Study Reveals Dark Side of Outdoor Night Lighting

Global night light is getting bigger and brighter, blotting out the stars of the Milky Way for one-third of humankind, according to a new study of federal satellite data measuring outdoor lighting.

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Why We Need the Ritual of Holiday Meals

Why We Need the Ritual of Holiday Meals

Holidays are now the only time of year when we really focus on what and how we eat—and that is a source of security.

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Fed signals near-term rate rise despite inflation questions

Fed signals near-term rate rise despite inflation questions

Many policymakers conclude increase needed if economy stays on track

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Hong Kong stocks hit 10-year high

Hong Kong stocks hit 10-year high

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The Rise of Experiential Retail

The Rise of Experiential Retail

Brick-and-mortar store closures could result in one billion square feet of empty retail space. From modern art installations to stores with nothing for sale, a look at how brands are attempting to fill the void.

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Gulf airlines targeted by US tax reform provision

Gulf airlines targeted by US tax reform provision

Etihad accuses US rivals of using Senate bill to pursue anti-competitive agenda

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The conviction of Ratko Mladic is a significant achievement

The conviction of Ratko Mladic is a significant achievement

The dysfunctional state of Bosnia still has a long way to go towards reconciliation

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