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  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fuelled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fuelled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fueled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fueled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fueled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fueled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fuelled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • KHARTOUM, Dec 2- Mohamed Yassin's minimarket occupies a prime spot in Khartoum but its shelves are largely empty as a plummeting currency and slew of subsidy cuts pushes prices up and customers away. Inflation approaching 20 percent and government austerity have fuelled growing discontent and rare protests in Sudan in recent weeks. At the same time, Sudan has...

  • *Says: "My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain". LONDON, June 18- The man charged with murdering British lawmaker Jo Cox gave his name as "death to traitors, freedom for Britain" when he appeared in court on Saturday accused of a killing that could be a defining moment in a vote on European Union membership. The murder of Cox, a 41- year-old mother of two young...

  • *Says: "My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain". LONDON, June 18- The man charged with murdering British lawmaker Jo Cox gave his name as "death to traitors, freedom for Britain" when he appeared in court on Saturday accused of a killing that has left next week's vote on European Union membership in limbo. The murder of Cox, a 41- year-old mother of two young...

  • Thomas Mair, the man charged with the murder of lawmaker Jo Cox, gave his name as "death to traitors, freedom for Britain".

  • LONDON, June 18- Thomas Mair, the man charged with the murder of lawmaker Jo Cox, gave his name as "death to traitors, freedom for Britain" when he appeared in court following an attack that has shocked Britain ahead of next week's referendum on European Union membership. "My name is death to traitors, freedom for Britain," Mair said when asked his name by the clerk at...

  • LONDON, June 18- A 52- year-old man was due in court on Saturday accused of the murder of British lawmaker Jo Cox in an attack that has brought campaigning for next week's referendum on European Union membership to a standstill. Thomas Mair is charged with killing Cox, 41, a member of the leftist opposition Labour Party and supporter of Britain staying in the EU, who...

  • LONDON, June 18- Police said on Saturday they have charged a 52- year-old man with the murder of British lawmaker Jo Cox following an attack that has brought campaigning for next week's referendum on European Union membership to a standstill. Thomas Mair is charged with killing Cox, 41, a member of the leftist opposition Labour Party and supporter of Britain...

  • More than 650 million people do not have access to clean water, while 2.3 billion people lack access to a safe, private restroom.

  • Children race into the drop zone to gather any food or seeds that were spilled during the air drop in Leer, South Sudan.

    A staggering 52 developing countries suffer from "serious" or "alarming" levels of hunger, according to the new Global Hunger Index.

  • China, one of the world's largest "emerging" investors, is ramping up investment in Sub Saharan Africa as it searches for resources, but whether the benefits are mutual isn't clear.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $100 million to resolve U.S. probes into whether the bank violated U.S. sanctions laws against Iran, Sudan, Burma and Cuba.

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    HSBC and Standard Chartered will report a reduction in their bonus pools, reflecting separate settlements with U.S. authorities over probes into money laundering and sanctions violations, Sky News reported on Sunday.

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    StanChart has agreed to pay $327 million to resolve allegations that it violated U.S. sanctions against Iran, Sudan and two other countries, capping months of legal headaches for the British bank.