[Inquirer]Normal business activities at Vai Town yesterday came to standstill when several marketers went helter-skelter, with some of them fleeing for their dear lives because of a fracas that erupted there, and according to some of those who spoke to the INQUIRER via mobile phone, the situation at the market appeared volatile.
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Ukrainian efforts to regain control over its industrial eastern region bordering Russia appear to be floundering after some units defected. Pro-Russian forces have seized another building in Donetsk.
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[Egypt Online]Minister of Finance Hani Qadri said on Tuesday 15/4/2014 that the government works on rebuilding confidence in the Egyptian economy through the creation of institutional infrastructure that soundly manage the country's economy.
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(Reuters) - Bank of America Corp posted a first-quarter loss as the No. 2 U.S. bank recorded $6 billion in litigation expenses related to a settlement with the Federal Housing Finance Agency and other mortgage-related matters.
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Associated Newspapers pays £10,000 over seven pictures on teenage daughter and twins on Mail Online in 2012
Singer Paul Weller has won £10,000 privacy damages for three of his children whose faces were "plastered" over a newspaper website.
Weller, 55, sued Associated Newspapers for misuse of private information on behalf of daughter Dylan, who was 16 when the seven unpixellated pictures appeared on Mail Online in October 2012, and twin sons John Paul and Bowie, who were 10 months old. Continue reading...
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