BMW joins Airbus in Brexit warning

BMW joins Airbus in Brexit warning

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHow British is a Mini? The car giant BMW has followed plane-maker Airbus in warning about the consequences of Brexit uncertainty. BMW UK boss Ian Robertson says clarity is needed by the...
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Car shares dip on Trump tariff tweet

Car shares dip on Trump tariff tweet

Image copyright Pool Image caption Donald Trump and Angela Merkel in 2017 Shares in European carmakers took a hit on Friday, after US President Donald Trump redoubled his threats of tariffs against their cars. Mr Trump tweeted that the US...
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You’ll Have to Take a Boat Ride and a Hike Through the Forest to Get to France’s Newest Art Museum

You’ll Have to Take a Boat Ride and a Hike Through the Forest to Get to France’s Newest Art Museum

Prepare for an unconventional art experience at Fondation Carmignac, a gallery opening this month on the Provençal island of Porquerolles at the heart of Port-Cros National Park. Visitors must take a 15-minute ferry from the mainland, then a short walk...
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Jason Roy keeps eyes on the bigger prize as England take “stepping stones” towards the World Cup

Jason Roy keeps eyes on the bigger prize as England take “stepping stones” towards the World Cup

1:01 PM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Jason Roy believes he is in the “best headspace” of his international career, after helping to propel England to the brink of a 5-0 whitewash against Australia with a haul of two centuries and a...
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Venezuela crisis: UN says security forces killed hundreds

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Under the EU sanctions, arms exports to the Venezuelan security forces will no longer be allowed Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN&#82...
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5 Montreal stories guaranteed to make you smile this week: June 22

5 Montreal stories guaranteed to make you smile this week: June 22

From Montreal students vying for robotics glory to a homegrown basketball star, here are five stories guaranteed to make you smile this week: Much-needed help “What I will remember the most about my experience is the people who work here.”...
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Africa:Mauritius Ranked Africa’s Most Peaceful Country, and the Gambia Records Largest Improvement

Africa:Mauritius Ranked Africa’s Most Peaceful Country, and the Gambia Records Largest Improvement

Mauritius has been ranked in the top 20 of the world’s most peaceful countries in the 2018 Global Peace Index (GPI). In the 12th edition of the Index, Mauritius was ranked number 20 out of 163 countries. On the continent...
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India women: Anti-trafficking activists raped after staging street play

India women: Anti-trafficking activists raped after staging street play

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jharkhand has been in the spotlight after three teenagers were raped and burnt alive Five Indian anti-trafficking activists performing a street play were gang-raped at gunpoint in the eastern state of Jharkhand, polic...
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Africa:Why It’s Beneficial to Organise Smallholder Farmers Into Groups

Africa:Why It’s Beneficial to Organise Smallholder Farmers Into Groups

analysisBy Sikhulumile Sinyolo The role of smallholder farmers has come under the spotlight in South Africa as the country navigates the tricky process of land reform. Smallholder farming is billed as the main avenue through which emerging black farmers are...
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The Hammond Train Wreck of 1918 Killed Scores of Circus Performers

The Hammond Train Wreck of 1918 Killed Scores of Circus Performers

The Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus wasn’t the largest show in the country—but it came close. By 1918, the company employed around 250 performers, from acrobats to equestriennes, clowns to lion tamers. Formed in 1907 when circus owner Benjamin Wallace purchased t...
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