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    Insurance analytics – the missing link

    Analytics and big data are the flavour of the season and every educational institution worth its name has introduced coursesBy Nupur Pavan Bang and Saumya Rastogi

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    Feeding the birds in Lyon, France

    Jeff Pachoud/AFP A woman feeds birds on the banks of the Rhone river in Lyon, central-eastern France, on Thursday. Jamie Han

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    Houthi expansion threatens Yemen’s strategic Bab al-Mandab strait

    Houthi militants are expanding their presence into western Yemen around a vital maritime corridor that controls access toPeter Salisbury in Sana’a

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    Tesco: bargain hunters beware

    So how bad are things at Tesco? Take your pick of Thursday’s awful figures. The table on page 11 of the first-half results,

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    Leaked letter: 14 ministers take on Juncker over trade

    Juncker addresses the European Parliament before the vote approving his new Commission It started out as an internecine turfPeter Spiegel

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    Republicans close in on Senate victory

    Republicans are on the verge of regaining control of the US Senate and with it command of both houses of Congress, as theyRichard McGregor in Washington

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    Honda docks chief’s pay as fifth recall hits

    Honda has cut the pay of its chief executive Takanobu Ito by 20 per cent following the fifth recall of its Fit hybrid modelKana Inagaki in Tokyo

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    Diwali celebrations in Kathmandu

    Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters A cow is garlanded and offered food during a religious ceremony celebrating the Tihar festival,Chris Batson

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    Hyundai Motor looks to placate investors with dividend boost

    Hyundai Motor has promised to consider increasing its dividend payout in spite of falling earnings, in an apparent attemptBy Simon Mundy in Seoul

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    Warm weather causes UK retail sales dip

    The unusually warm autumn has knocked clothing sales, but Britons continued to flock to the high street in September. TheEmily Cadman

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