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Russian elections: how Putin reaches voters at the end of the earth

Russian elections: how Putin reaches voters at the end of the earth

The Russian president is guaranteed to win Sunday’s poll, but officials are desperate to raise turnout. That means helicopter trips to remote Siberia

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The Emir of Kano on Islam, polygamy and Nigeria’s ‘missing billions’

The Emir of Kano on Islam, polygamy and Nigeria’s ‘missing billions’

Over a feast prepared by two of his wives, the former central bank governor asks, ‘Why would I feel guilty about inheriting privilege?’

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Investors pump record $43bn into global equities market

Investors pump record $43bn into global equities market

US leads with inflows that top record set after Trump election

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Deutsche bonuses quadruple despite third-straight loss

Deutsche bonuses quadruple despite third-straight loss

Bonuses at Deutsche Bank in 2017 more than quadrupled to €2.2bn while Germany's largest lender reported the third annual post-tax loss in a row.

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Navarro’s Ties to Nucor Highlight Trump Advisers’ Steel Industry Connections

Navarro’s Ties to Nucor Highlight Trump Advisers’ Steel Industry Connections

When Peter Navarro needed financing for a documentary film on the dangers to the U.S. of China’s trade policy, he sought out Nucor Corp., an American steel company. The White House economic adviser’s connection to the company highlights the Trump administration’s close ties to the steel industry that tariffs now stand to benefit.

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Puzzle in Hit on Russian Spy: How Did Attackers Get the Nerve Agent?

Puzzle in Hit on Russian Spy: How Did Attackers Get the Nerve Agent?

The U.K. says a substance known as Novichok put Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter into comas, and a central question about is how attackers got hold of the nerve agent, once one of the Soviet Union’s most-secretive projects.

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The Court Case Making Gun Makers Anxious

The Court Case Making Gun Makers Anxious

A lawsuit in Connecticut against a leading maker of AR-15 rifles is awaiting a pivotal court ruling over whether the gun industry can be held legally responsible for mass shootings.

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Do You Own Bitcoin? The IRS Is Coming for You

Do You Own Bitcoin? The IRS Is Coming for You

The IRS is moving to crack down on cryptocurrency scofflaws, collecting data on about 13,000 Coinbase account holders who bought, sold, sent or received digital currency worth $20,000 or more between 2013 and 2015.

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North Korea Is Making Millions of Dollars Selling Power to China

North Korea Is Making Millions of Dollars Selling Power to China

North Korea almost doubled its electricity exports to China last year despite suffering chronic power shortages, drawing in more revenue as other sources of income were shut off by international sanctions.

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Foreign-Student Enrollments at Risk as Trump Administration Targets China

Foreign-Student Enrollments at Risk as Trump Administration Targets China

The U.S. runs a global trade surplus in the education sector, in no small part due to China. But the White House is considering limiting visas to Chinese students as part of a package of measures to punish Beijing’s trade practices.

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Hong Kong Billionaire Li Ka-shing to Retire as Chairman of His Empire in May

Hong Kong Billionaire Li Ka-shing to Retire as Chairman of His Empire in May

Li Ka-shing, who turns 90 in July, said his elder son and deputy chairman, Victor Li, would be his successor at his flagship conglomerate CK Hutchison Holdings.

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Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong’s richest man, to retire

Li Ka-shing, Hong Kong’s richest man, to retire

Tycoon to pass control of $100bn global empire to son Victor

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Deutsche Börse equities, futures trading delayed by system glitch

Deutsche Börse equities, futures trading delayed by system glitch

German stocks and futures fail to open on time

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Russia Set to Retaliate Against U.S. With More Sanctions

Russia Set to Retaliate Against U.S. With More Sanctions

Russia plans to expand its blacklist of Americans in retribution for new U.S. sanctions and could take additional steps to escalate a growing standoff between Russia and the West, a top Russian diplomat said.

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