How Does North Korea Do Business Under Sanctions?

It might have been under sanctions for more than a decade, but sometimes North Korea appears to do business like any other country. Organisers of the Pyongyang Autumn International Trade

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José Mourinho Is Growing Restless In Pep Guardiola’s Shade

It can feel like a trick of the imagination sometimes to remember there was once a time when José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola were comrades. Not friends, perhaps, but certainly

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Twenty-six Words We Don’t Want To Lose

He sits next to a bookcase, flicking through titles long out of print. Like a linguistic trawlerman, or a miner panning for phrases, he pulls out obscure terms and brings

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Spreading The Word: How To Promote Your Online Business

Online businesses now have a wealth of digital tools and techniques at their disposal to help them get noticed in the global marketplace. Geeta Sidhu-Robb, founder of juice and health

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Cairo ‘Most Dangerous’ Megacity For Women – Survey

The Egyptian capital Cairo has been described as the “most dangerous” megacity for women. The finding comes from the first international poll on how women fare in cities with over

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10 Toughest Places For Girls To Go To School

Debates about schools in richer countries are often about the politics of priorities, what subjects should be given most importance, who needs extra help and what needs more public spending.

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The Psychology Behind Spending Big

If you could afford it, would you ever splurge $10,000 on a pair of headphones? What about some other indulgence? Would you? Some of the most coveted sets, like Sennheiser’s

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The Best Sources Of Protein For Vegetarians

Protein is a key part of a healthy diet. It used to be the obsession of body-builders and gym fanatics alone, but now lots of us are keen to ensure

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Fake News Worries ‘Are Growing’ – BBC

There is growing concern among global net users about fake news online, according to a BBC World Service poll. It also indicates mounting opposition to governments stepping in with regulation.

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‘Zero Progress’ On Schools In Poorest Countries

There has been “nearly zero progress” in tackling the lack of access to school in many of the world’s poorest countries, a UN agency has said. There are still 123

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