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Apple posts first quarterly drop in revenue in 13 years

Tech giant reports first quarterly drop in revenue in 13 years after selling 10 million fewer iPhones than last year.

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Venezuelan public workers to have a two-day week

President Maduro announces move aimed at saving energy an electricity shortage batters an already fragile economy.

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro

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Mitsubishi admits rigging going back more than 25 years

Japanese automaker last week admitted manipulating emissions data in more than 600,000 vehicles.

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TTIP trade pact: Obama pushes deal on Germany visit

After talks with Chancellor Merkel, US president says he wants transatlantic trade deal finalised before his term ends.

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Saudi Arabia agrees on plan to cut reliance on oil

Vision 2030 envisages forming public investment fund, boosting affordable housing and giving expats long-term residence.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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US ex-slave Harriet Tubman to appear on $20 bill

Portrait of abolitionist to replace seventh US president, Andrew Jackson, one of numerous changes to US dollar bills.

Harriet Tubman

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Mitsubishi admits manipulating emissions data

Japan's sixth-largest automaker apologises for falsifying fuel economy test data in more than 600,000 vehicles.

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Panama Papers: US launches probe into offshore scandal

Justice Department opens criminal probe into tax avoidance and money laundering schemes unveiled by leaked documents.

Many took to the streets of London

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Palestine loses $285m in revenues due to Israel accords

Palestinian Authority is losing hundreds of millions of revenues annually due to ageing Israel accords, World Bank says.

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India issues arrest warrant for liquor tycoon

Vijay Mallya, who left the country owing more than $1 billion, is wanting for unpaid loans made to his defunct airline.

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