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Mourners gather for Nemtsov funeral Thousands of mourners carrying flowers and candles queued for hours in Moscow on TuesdayNeil Buckley in Moscow
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Nigeria’s wealthiest businessmen, whose fortunes grew exponentially in the past decade, have lost billions of dollars inWilliam Wallis in Lagos
Australia’s dollar strode higher on Tuesday after the country’s central bank confounded expectations of a rate cut and keptMichael Hunter
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Basic pay in Japan grew at its fastest pace for 15 years in January in a sign that government pressure on companies to boostRobin Harding in Tokyo
India’s western state of Maharashtra, home of the country’s financial capital Mumbai, has introduced a draconian beef ban,By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi
Taxi drivers have a long tradition of campaigning against deregulation of their market, a tradition revived in the recentDiane Coyle
In the old L’Oréal cosmetic ads, one of the world’s most beautiful women would turn to the camera and pout: “Because I’mJonathan Guthrie
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