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French rail workers begin months of strikes against reforms

Rail and airline unions begin series of strikes that represent the strongest test yet for Macron's reform agenda.

French rail workers

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Credit card data stolen from 5 million customers of luxury stores

Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor, two high-end US department stores, acknowledge the breach of sensitive information.

Saks Fifth Avenue

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Akkuyu: Turkey's first nuclear reactor site

In the first phase of construction, two units are planned with a capacity of 2,400 megawatts.

The Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant

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Elizabeth Warren in Beijing: US to push China to open markets

'The whole policy was misdirected. We told ourselves a happy-face story that never fit with the facts.'

Elizabeth Warren

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China set to unveil world's longest sea bridge

The 55-km long bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, will cut travel time in half.

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Iraq anticipates awarding of oil contracts

Iraq changed the contracts after a glut caused oil prices to crash in 2014, reducing Baghdad’s ability to pay the fees.

Kirkuk, Iraq

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Turkey's exports hit record in March

'We reached the highest number in our history in exports, $15.1bn.'

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Over 25 million people apply for Indian railway job vacancies

Millions applying for 90,000 positions highlights Modi's failure to keep his promise to create 100 million jobs by 2022.

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The Guardian gets online flak for 'Greek crisis holiday'

Advertisement removed after Greeks slam British newspaper for 'offensive' financial and refugee-crisis themed trip.

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Saudi Arabia to create world's biggest solar power firm

Saudi Arabia, one of the world's sunniest countries, generates most of its electricity from oil-fired power plants.

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