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Egyptians lampoon one dollar Ramadan bonus

Government's announcement of payment prompts Twitter hashtag asking 'What will I do with seven Egyptian pounds?'

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#Canada court orders tobacco firms to pay billions

Three tobacco companies ordered to pay more than $12bn to Quebec smokers for "choosing profits over health".

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No deal in #Greece-creditor talks as debt deadline nears

PM Tsipras is trying to quell opposition from within his own party as the talks continue ahead of Friday's IMF payment.

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Malaysia Airlines lays off 6,000 employees

New CEO's stabilisation plans for "technically bankrupt" carrier include job cuts and fewer flights on some routes.

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Illegal traders profit from Nigerian fuel in #Togo

While Nigerians have had to go without fuel, some of the country's petrol is being sold in Togo.

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#Nigeria increasingly crippled as fuel shortage worsens

Major banks close branches nationwide as major telecommunications companies say lack of diesel could disrupt services.

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Nigerian airlines cancel flights amid fuel crisis

Months-long fuel shortage, aggravated by striking oil tanker drivers, worsens in Africa's biggest oil producer.

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#Greece 'can not afford' to repay #IMF on schedule

Interior minister says Athens will not be able to pay $1.8bn installment to IMF on schedule next month.

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#Nigeria fuel crisis takes rising economic toll

Motorists bear brunt of shortage seen by some as linked to political transition in Africa's leading oil producer.

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Japanese car parts maker to recall 34m air bags in US

Takata to double recall of cars using potentially fatal airbags which US official says have caused at least five deaths.

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