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2 Mar 2017
Colombia's FARC rebels have begun turning in their weapons to the United Nations in specially designated zones. The rebels signed a peace agreement with the government late last year, ending Latin America's longest-running conflict.
2 Mar 2017
FEC Meeting - FG approves NGN701bn payment for power generation companies.
2 Mar 2017
In Egypt's conservative southern province of Minya, young girls in black leotards and white tights wobble on their tip toes to classical music in a room painted with colourful motifs.
2 Mar 2017
Oil is mired in its longest losing streak in two months as record-high U.S. crude stockpiles cast doubt on OPEC’s efforts to drain a global surplus.
2 Mar 2017
The Bang Krachao neighbourhood of Bangkok, known as the 'Green Lung', is one of the last remaining spaces in the Thai capital not to have been overrun by skyscrapers and shopping malls.
2 Mar 2017
Shuttling parcels around for Alibaba and other retailers are creating China’s latest wealth explosion, with a surge in shares of S.F. Express making Wang Wei the country’s third-richest man.
2 Mar 2017
With the arrest of Jay Y. Lee, the 48-year-old vice chairman of Samsung and dauphin of the dynasty controlling the Samsung Group, the chaebol are again under pressure from the state.
2 Mar 2017
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence swears in President Donald Trump's pick to head the Interior Department, Rep. Ryan Zinke.
2 Mar 2017
A fire destroys houses and shops in Sao Paulo’s Paraisopolis favela in Brazil.
2 Mar 2017
Turkey has seen a highly-criticised media crackdown since last year's failed coup, but the shutdowns aren't stopping some journalists from doing their jobs.
2 Mar 2017
While talks involving the government and Syrian opposition continue in Geneva, on the ground civilians continue to suffer. One week into the talks, the possibility of a resolution remains uncertain.
2 Mar 2017
Yahoo independent committee found that certain senior executives didn’t properly "comprehend or investigate" a 2014 security breach but didn’t find intentional suppression of relevant information.

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