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    Nepal earthquake: Rain and airport congestion hamper relief effort

    Earthquake rocks Nepal The death toll from Nepal’s worst earthquake in 80 years rose above 3,600 on Monday, with 6,500Binod Bhattarai and Victor Mallet in Kathmandu and Amy Kazmin in Delhi

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    Haulage company boss offers a cool box for home deliveries

    A haulage company boss believes he has solved the problem of waiting in for home deliveries with a lockable, refrigeratedBy Andrew Bounds, Enterprise Editor

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    Online betting sticks to the Rock — for now at least

    Admiralty Tunnel runs for almost a kilometre through the Rock of Gibraltar. In 1942, the tunnel was used to plan OperationThomas Hale in Gibraltar

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    Nazarbayev wins resounding victory in Kazakhstan election

    Kazakhstan’s president Nursultan Nazarbayev extended his 25-year rule over Central Asia’s largest economy on Monday, winningJack Farchy in Moscow

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    Staffline completes £34.5m deal for A4E

    A4E, the welfare-to-work programme provider, has been sold for £34.5m, generating a £20m windfall for founder Emma Harrison,Gill Plimmer

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    Burundi clashes

    A disabled protester sits on the road during clashes with riot police against the decision made by Burundi’s ruling NationalJamie Han

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    UK manufacturing recovery has slowed, CBI says

    The speed of the British manufacturing recovery has slowed and companies are more gloomy about their competitiveness in theEmily Cadman

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    Fitch downgrades Japan’s credit rating on fiscal policy concerns

    Fitch has slashed Japan’s sovereign rating from A plus to A, judging the world’s fourth-largest economy a worse credit riskRobin Harding in Tokyo

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    Gulf states feeling the pinch as oil prices remain low

    Gulf states are beginning to feel the pinch from the slump in crude prices. The region’s governments, cushioned by largeSimeon Kerr in Dubai

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    Conduct and litigation charges a ‘way of life’ for British banks

    The spectre of past scandals will continue to haunt British banks, according to Standard & Poor’s, which predicts conductMartin Arnold, Banking Editor

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