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Deadly protests grip Sudan over rising bread prices

One student killed and six people injured in countrywide protests sparked by government decision to cut subsidies.

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Bitcoin: Bank of America division bans investments

Merrill Lynch has banned clients from investing in a bitcoin fund.

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Will new tax spur economic reform in UAE, Saudi Arabia?

Five percent value-added tax will be imposed on food, clothes and fuel, while housing and school fees are exempt.

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Iceland becomes first country to legalise equal pay

Iceland legalises equal pay between men and women in a world first.

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Bitcoin: Which traditional banks sell cryptocurrencies

Here are a few of the traditional banks and exchange operators that allow you to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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Bitcoin expert: "There is no right current price"

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

Bitcoin has extended its recovery in holiday-thinned trading, rising 10 percent to be up more than a third from last week's lows of below $12,000.

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Bitcoin: Know the risks before you buy

As Bitcoin hit a record high of $19,000 for each coin, the cofounder of the Bitcoin.com website warned that Bitcoin is "the riskiest investment you can make". 

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Qatar's finances boosted by Qataris repatriating wealth

Qatar''s National Day

The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is seeing a surge in business as Qataris register more of their assets at home and multinationals navigating a Gulf boycott of the country boost their local presence, its chief executive told Reuters.

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Qatar central bank to probe effort to manipulate riyal

Central bank blames 'blockading countries and their agents' of trying to undermine currency, securities and derivatives.

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Brent oil price jumps above $65, first since 2015

Oil prices jumped by 1 percent on Tuesday to their highest since mid-2015, after the shutdown of the Forties North Sea.

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