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Sounds of Kinshasa: Arts as a lifeline

29th August 2014

The Congolese have long been neglected by those in power, doing what they can to get by in one of the world’s least developed countries. But music, religion, dance and even fashion offer both a lifeline and an escape

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EU leaders set to agree new Russia sanctions

30th August 2014

Germany ready to support extension of sanctions at the summit in Brussels after Nato reported more than 1,000 Russian troops operating inside Ukraine

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Co-operative Group members back board reforms

30th August 2014

The group has compromised with activists already by retaining three member-nominated directors, against the advice of Lord Myners, the former City minister, who reviewed the group’s governance

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Alibaba targets launch week for IPO

30th August 2014

Chinese ecommerce company is expected to raise about $20bn when it lists on New York Stock Exchange, rivalling Agricultural Bank of China’s $22.1bn IPO from July 2010

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Miliband considers health tax for manifesto

29th August 2014

Miliband believes NHS is rising up list of voter concerns but wants to offer a single big policy to prove Labour will be a better custodian than the Tories

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Mariupol digs in and waits for Russians

29th August 2014

Few dozen Ukrainian soldiers armed with machine guns and backed by a handful of armoured personnel carriers seemed a paltry force to withstand the expected attack

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Army stages coup in Lesotho

30th August 2014

Country has been in crisis since deputy prime minister threatened to pull Lesotho Congress for Democracy out of the coalition and form a new government

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Bitcoin promoter to plead guilty

30th August 2014

Prosecutors say Silk Road enabled users to buy and sell illegal drugs and other illicit goods and services.

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Eurozone slips a step closer to deflation

29th August 2014

Economists are now asking whether sluggish inflation is temporary – or just the beginning of a Japan-style slump in the single currency bloc

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Apple fans on hold for wearable device

29th August 2014

The fitness-tracking gadget is set to be revealed at an event at the group’s headquarters along with two new iPhones but will not be on sale until early 2015

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