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    Nigeria marks historic power transfer as Buhari takes office

    Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as president of Nigeria on Friday at a ceremony that marked the first peaceful andMaggie Fick in London

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    Harriet Green under fire over Corfu death donation

    Harriet Green, the former Thomas Cook boss, has come under further pressure over a multimillion-pound share bonus and herKadhim Shubber

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    Pure Gym bulks up with LA Fitness deal

    The craze for budget gym chains intensified on Friday after Pure Gym, the UK’s largest operator by membership, snapped upElizabeth Paton

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    Lagarde, the blame game and Greece

    Christine Lagarde made headlines on Friday saying in a German press interview that Grexit was “a potential.” Coming from theStefan Wagstyl

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    Commodity currencies hit as dollar rally gathers pace

    Weaker prices for raw materials are weighing on several so-called commodity currencies, against the backdrop of aNeil Dennis

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    UK banks back in favour as scandals abate

    At a gala dinner in the City of London two years ago, one of the UK’s leading investors shocked his audience with whatEmma Dunkley and David Oakley

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    Andrzej Duda, accidental president

    The first time Andrzej Duda blocked his rival’s path to the presidency, Poland was in the grip of a national tragedy.Henry Foy

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    Myanmar hits back over SE Asia migrant crisis criticism

    Myanmar condemned “finger pointing” over Southeast Asia’s migrant exodus on Friday, as an international meeting laid bareMichael Peel in Bangkok

  6. FT Photo Diary

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    Skaters of Sao Paulo

    Skateboarders ride their boards in a skate park house in Itanhaem, near Santos, Sao Paulo state. Chris Batson

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    Osborne wants 5% more spending cuts from Whitehall

    George Osborne wants Whitehall departments to cut about 5 per cent more from their budgets this year as the chancellor looksKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent

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