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Pony rides and a class trip to her own house: meet the woman who grew up in a castle

Aliki Currimjee grew up riding ponies, so she never learnt how to ride a bicycle.


How supermarket ‘wild’ salmon has travelled 18,000 miles – and could be almost a year old

WILD salmon might sound like the eco-friendly choice but your fish dinner could be nearly a year old and have travelled more than 18,000 miles to get to your plate. The only wild salmon sold in British supermarkets is imported from the Pacific Ocean becau


What Mohamed Salah was seen doing in the Liverpool tunnel before Roma game sums up kind of person he is

The PFA Player of the Year netted two first half goals to kill the first leg before the break


SoftBank to move ride-hailing stakes worth $20 billion to Vision Fund: FT

(Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Group plans to shift more than $20 billion of its investments in top ride-hailing companies including Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], Ola, Grab and Didi Chuxing into its Saudi-backed Vision technology fund, the Financial Tim


Kobe Steel says under investigation over data tampering scandal

TOKYO (Reuters) - Kobe Steel Ltd said on Wednesday that it is under investigation by Japanese authorities over its data tampering, widening a scandal that undermined faith in Japan's industrial sector last year.


Credit Suisse analyst explains why she likes the Saudi stock market

Saudi markets are in for a rally, even with some stocks already looking expensive, says a Credit Suisse analyst.

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Takeda freaks out investors with $64 billion bid for Shire

Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda has made a big breakthrough in its campaign to buy biotech firm Shire -- but its investors are getting worried.

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Woman who killed ill mother by leaving her to die in a chair for a year is jailed

A WOMAN killed her own mother through neglect – after astonishingly leaving her sitting in a chair for a year. Doreen Shufflebotham died aged 86 after suffering from ill health. But when her body was examined experts revealed she hadn’t been moved


Oil prices are stable but rising US supplies threaten market optimism

Analysts say the oil market slump that began in 2014 has now ended likely due to supply disruptions and strong demand.

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Readers flock to 'A Higher Loyalty,' despite partisan criticism

After just one week in print, James Comey's "A Higher Loyalty" is one of the biggest books of the year in terms of total sales.


Government spending is back in the black after Treasury runs surplus for first time since 2002

GOVERNMENT day-to-day spending is back in the black for the first time in 16 years, official figures have revealed. Yesterday’s latest public finance figures revealed the Treasury ran a surplus of £112m last year for the first time since 2002. The numb

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