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Volkswagen will offer "substantial compensation" and car buy-back deals.
Tubman was born a slave in 1820 and helped at least 70 people escape slavery.
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China defends its position at steel industry talks in Brussels.
Another powerful earthquake hits Southern Japan.
The five biggest EU economies have announced a global tax avoidance crackdown.
Peabody Energy, the world's biggest coal miner, has filed for bankruptcy protection.
The top tax haven identified in the Panama Papers is facing pressure to be more open.
We have more on the "Panama papers" revelations about Argentina's president.
Could the president of Argentina be the next political victim of the Panama Papers?