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WTO clinches first global trade deal
The World Trade Organization adopted the first worldwide trade reform in its history.
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Zimbabwe state wage bill soars
Zimbabwe expects lacklustre economic growth next year, hit by a lack of foreign investment, low commodity prices.
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Nigeria intervenes to prop up naira
Nigeria's central bank intervened in the market with dollar sales to try to keep the naira within a preferred band since it was devalued two days earlier, dealers said.
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France, Italy, Belgium may break EU rules
The European Commission will tell France, Italy and Belgium their 2015 budgets risk breaking EU rules.
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Lionel Messi is the all-time leading goalscorer in La Liga and the Champions League, but there are more records to come.
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Shakes remains confident amid chaos
Shakes Mashaba expressed confidence in the team he will field in the Nelson Mandela Challenge against the Ivory Coast.
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Avram Grant appointed coach of Ghana
Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant is the new coach of Ghana after agreeing a 27-month contract.
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Equatorial Guinea calls for calm
The head of Equatorial Guinea's Ebola committee has called for calm amid fears of possible risks during Afcon.
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UN declares Gaza flood emergency
A United Nations agency declared a state of “emergency” in Gaza City after two days of heavy rains and flooding in the war-ravaged Palestinian enclave.
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Five dead as Taliban target foreigners
The Taliban bombed a British embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing five people, and attacked a foreign compound in the city centre.
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UK reports rise in immigration numbers
Britain has reported a big increase in immigration last year despite government efforts to control the numbers of arrivals.
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‘4 000 teachers quit for pension payouts’
About 4 000 teachers resigned in the past five years in Gauteng, only to be reappointed afterwards, Panyaza Lesufi said amid selling of posts scandal.
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