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Foreign workers in South Africa fear for their safety as anti-immigrant attacks increase
The World Bank answers accusations its policies have displaced millions of people.
The EU says Google has abused its dominance of search to promote its own services
The EU prepares to set out its case against Google following a lengthy competition probe.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio joins the long race for the US Presidency.
American and Cuban businesses hope to benefit from the thaw in relations
China's island dispute threatens regional stability says US
Could Shell face a bumpy ride in Brazil over its $70bn deal with BG Group?
A severe drought brings water rationing to Taiwan, while California curbs water usage
India launches its first air quality index to monitor dangerous city pollution levels
Iranian businesses prepare for life after sanctions
Iran nuclear talks: Obama hails "historic understanding" between world powers and Iran.
One of the most senior Democrat senators in the US Congress is charged with bribery.
Muhammadu Buhari supporters are celebrating his victory in the Nigerian elections.
Indiana based pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is concerned the law may scare away talent
In the aftermath of the Germanwings crash several airlines adopt new procedures
Saudi Arabia has launched a military operation in Yemen against Houthi Shia rebels
A Germanwings plane carrying 150 people crashes in the French Alps
What changes lie ahead for the the fifth largest tyre producer as Chinese buy
Sabadell takes over TSB, but how did they survive Spain's financial crisis?
Why the high value of the Franc is spelling disaster for some Swiss companies
The Fed may raise interest rates this year for the first time since the financial crisis
Israel's governing party and the opposition are neck-and-neck in the general election
Benjamin Netanyahu turns his back on a two state solution on the eve of Israeli elections