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Germany Moves to Tighten Gun and Hate Speech Laws After Far-Right Attacks The country will increase background checks for gun buyers and requirements for reporting online hate speech.

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Nigeria's border crisis fuelled by rice Nigeria has closed its borders bringing checkpoints to a standstill and affecting West African trade.

Business schools seek diverse leadership talent In a rapidly changing sector it can be hard for institutions to recruit new deans

Business student’s smart moves from dance to digital Mafalda Rebordão balances a MiM in Lisbon with an internship at Google

Measles virus reduces immunity against other diseases Measles is not only a serious and potentially fatal disease, but it wipes out antibodies that protect against viral and bacterial strains a person was previously immune to.

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Anxious and Cooped Up, 1.5 Million Kashmiri Children Are Still Out of School With soldiers and militants claiming the streets, and most schools simply shuttered, education has been on hold through months of crisis in Kashmir.

That other Houston-Washington game: Everything to know from a 317-point night The Rockets and Wizards battled through one of the wildest games of this early NBA season.

Curry leaves Warriors game after falling on wrist Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry left Wednesday's game against the Phoenix Suns after suffering an injury in the area of his left wrist.

The seventh inning that shocked Houston and made the Nats champions Game 7 homers by Howie Kendrick and Anthony Rendon clinched the first Fall Classic with every game won by the road team.

Aston Villa vs Liverpool Betting Tips: Latest odds, team news, preview and predictions The Reds have been less than solid at the back this season, and Al Hain-Cole can't see them keeping a clean sheet against Smith's men at Villa Park

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