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US flouts own advice on overseas shopping

One of the world’s biggest clothing buyers, the US government spends more than $1.5 billion a year at factories overseas, acquiring everything from the royal blue shirts worn by airport security workers to the olive button-downs required for forest rangers and the camouflage pants sold to...   | Read..

BA jet hits SA building

A British Airways airplane carrying 202 people struck an office building at Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport with its wing while taxiing for take-off....   | Read..

Russia releases jailed Pussy Riot pair

Two members of Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot were freed from prison today, deriding President Vladimir Putin’s amnesty that led to their early release as a propa...   | Read..

IMF cloud over Pak tax evasion

Nearly half of Pakistan’s lawmakers have reported they pay no taxes, according to a study released today, findings that may endanger billions of dollars in IMF and othe...   | Read..

UK Labour leader jailed for cheating

A senior Labour Party politician, who was jailed today for six months for fiddling his expenses, will be spending Christmas in prison....   | Read..
Bangladeshi rescuers move garment worker Reshma from the rubble of the Rana Plaza in Savar, near Dhaka, on May 10, 2013, seventeen days after the eight-storey building collapsed. (AFP)
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