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Rohr debunks Bordeaux Speculation

Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr has reacted to speculation linking him with a return to Bordeaux ahead of the 2018 World Cup, saying his priority is to be in the Super Eagles dugout at the Mundial. 141 more words


News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day

Greece moved a step closer to the end of its bailout regime on Monday after eurozone finance ministers approved the completion of Greece’s bailout review and agreed to disburse the next tranche of bailout funds in the coming weeks. 53 more words


ASIA MARKETS: Asian Markets Heat Up After Fresh Records On Wall Street; BOJ Stays Pat

Nikkei gains as BOJ maintains inflation outlook; Samsung bounces back Asian stocks powered higher Tuesday, building on continued records in the U.S. as the earnings season there began strongly and as investors shrugged off risks at home. 53 more words


KNH staff and health activists clash.

Police forced to intervene as #KNH staff and health activists clash as groups trade accusations over authenticity of rape claims.


ECNEC approves 14 projects worth over Tk6,228 crore

Staff Correspondent: The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) on Tuesday approved 14 projects involving Tk 6,288.49 crore.

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Fox-Sky Deal: UK Authority Says "Not In The Public Interest"; Hints Disney Could Help

Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority this morning delivered a blow to the proposed £11.7B ($16.3B) takeover of Sky by Fox. The CMA today published the provisional opinion from its in-depth examination of Rupert Murdoch’s long-coveted acquisition of the 61% of Sky that Fox does not already own, saying it is “not in the public interest.” While the results lean negative, there’s a hint in there that if the proposed Disney-Fox deal goes through, some concerns “would fall away.” 894 more words

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Liberia: Saraki, world leaders witness Weah’s inauguration

Senate president, Bukola Saraki and legion of African leaders yesterday, witness the inauguration of former international soccer star, George Weah, as Liberia’s new president, completing the country’s first transition between democratically elected leaders in three generations. 620 more words