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It is a cold statistic that speaks of the increasing instability of one of the hottest regions of the world, the semi-desertJavier Blas, Africa Editor
Net migration to the UK has surged to 260,000 -- a 43 per cent increase over the past year, driven by a sharp rise inHelen Warrell
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Scottish ministers will get the power to set income tax rates and bands, as well as significant controls over welfareKiran Stacey and Mure Dickie
Barrick Gold’s UK-listed spin-off has set out expansion plans to try to extend a turnround that has seen it cut costs andJames Wilson
Phillip Hughes dies from cricket injury The Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died in a Sydney hospital today, two daysMatthew Engel
Slumping oil prices have left investors holding lower-quality energy bonds facing zero returns for the year and a risingMichael Mackenzie and Tracy Alloway in New York
Rémy Cointreau’s heavy exposure to a slowing Chinese market and a continuing reliance on cognac sales have harmed itsAdam Thomson in Paris
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