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18 Apr
Beijing reported a 4.8% growth for the first quarter, a modest increase over the previous quarter's 4%. The country's economy has been stalling amid coronavirus outbreaks.
14 Jan
African economies are beginning to recover from the impact of COVID-19. Despite making some gains in 2021, it could be difficult for nations to grow their economies in 2022.
11 Mar 2021
Coronavirus vaccine rollouts and a huge US stimulus package have boosted economic growth expectations.
19 Jan 2020
Thunderstorms have dumped much-needed rain on bushfires but may cause other problems. More rain is forecast across parts of eastern Australia over the weekend.
2 Mar 2019
As Brexit uncertainty continues to swirl, some analysts are trying to forecast an event that many of their peers have said is untradeable. Bloomberg's Dani Burger dug down into how different Brexit outcomes could hit sterling.

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Germany's far-right populist AfD is desperate to turn its ailing fortunes around after terrible election results. Party leader Tino Chrupalla is under increasing pressure as criticism grows from within the ranks.
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The impact of the Russian assault will likely haunt people in northern Ukraine for years: unexploded munitions, mines and rockets pose a threat to civilians. Demining teams face the dangerous task of removing them.
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Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness continues to dominate at the box office, pulling in over $800 million worldwide.
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US President Joe Biden has launched a new trade deal with 12 Indo-Pacific nations. The plan provides a means for partner countries to deal with key issues including climate change, supply chain and digital trade.
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The Taliban has made face veils mandatory for all Afghan women appearing in public, including those on television. This edict was ignored by presenters on Saturday, but they relented a day later.