Black Friday / Christmas

Pandora has urged shoppers to be alert of fake websites and sellers this Black Friday and festive season, as a mother is scammed out of her savings while buying Christmas presents for her daughter

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Indian banks' exposure to Adani group "insufficient" to pose credit risk - Fitch

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Despair is mounting as overwhelmed rescuers struggle to save those still trapped in rubble, after #earthquake  killed nearly 5,000 in Turkey and Syria, write @hayatsever  @ecetoksabay 

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Medvedev: "There will be no partition of Ukraine according to the Korean scenario."

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Kenyans will pay a minimum of Sh2,000 to NSSF starting this month, an increase from the previous Sh200. — The Star

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The UK does not need a digital currency A possible UK digital currency is a dead cat issue dumped on the table to distract from the reality which is that the Bank of England is currently trashing the UK economy by pushing up interest rates

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