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India turns shipping containers into 'vessels of art'

With the help of local and international artists, residents of Oklha have transformed their community into art havens.

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Morocco suspends contact with EU over farm trade ruling

Rabat rejects being "buffeted" after EU appealed court invalidated farm trade deal over Western Sahara products.

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Egypt's Sisi 'put up for sale' on eBay after speech

Prankster puts president "up for sale on eBay" after he makes a speech that some opponents found bizarre.

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IMF warns global economy is 'highly vulnerable'

Report says G20 nations should develop measures that could be implemented quickly if global growth keeps wilting.

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Moroccan unions stage strike over pension reform bill

The 24-hour strike by four largest labour unions aims at blocking a government draft bill to reform pensions.

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Mars and Snickers bars recalled in 56 countries

Millions of chocolate snacks deemed possibly unsafe in Europe and elsewhere due to plastic found in a Snickers bar.

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Indian company launches smartphone for less than $4

The launch of the Freedom 251, hailed as the "world's cheapest smartphone", caused company's website to briefly crash.

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Toyota recalls 2.9 million cars over seatbelt defect

Global recall affects 4x4 models produced between July 2005 and January 2016.

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Venezuela hikes petrol prices sixty-fold

President Maduro devalues currency and hikes petrol prices for first time in decades in attempt to shore up economy.

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Top oil producers agree to freeze output

Saudi Arabia, Russia, Qatar and Venezuela say they are willing to freeze production at January level if others agree.

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