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Congo's mining revenue 'missing' - Global Witness, 2017-07-21
The money is allegedly being distributed through corrupt networks linked to President Joseph Kabila.

Happy travelling, 2017-07-21
The government is consulting on a new strategy which puts the consumer "at the heart of the aviation sector".

Kenya's colourful bus journeys, 2017-07-21
Nairobi's matatu taxis are inspiring its public bus network to embrace bold artwork.

UK air traffic controllers warn of over-crowded skies, 2017-07-21
Air traffic controllers are expected to guide a record 8,800 flights across the UK on Friday.

UK government borrowing rises in June, 2017-07-21
The government's budget deficit grew by more than expected after inflation pushed up its interest bill.

UK property transactions fall for third month in a row, 2017-07-21
There were 96,910 property sales in June, the lowest figure since last Autumn.

N Korea economy grows at fastest rate in 17 years, 2017-07-21
The mining and energy sectors helped push the growth rate to 3.9% - its strongest level in 17 years.

New agreement will allow US rice exports to China, 2017-07-20
Agreement includes strict measures to prevent pests and plant diseases being brought into China.

Brexit transition deal: 'The sooner the better' says Goldman exec, 2017-07-20
The government should agree a Brexit transitional deal as soon as possible, Goldman Sachs International boss Richard Gnodde tells the BBC's Simon Jack.

How the Frisbee flying disc became a million dollar idea, 2017-07-20
People have been throwing Frisbees around for over half a century and over 200 million have now been sold around the world.

AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down, 2017-07-20
The AlphaBay and Hansa marketplaces were known for trade in drugs, weapons and malware.

Multi-brand Milton Keynes electric car showroom 'a UK first', 2017-07-20
A multi-brand electric car showroom claimed to be the UK's first aims to "dispel myths" about the vehicles.

ECB warns stimulus programme still has a way to run, 2017-07-20
The European Central Bank's stimulus programme is still needed, says bank head Mario Draghi.

Rail electrification plans scrapped by government, 2017-07-20
Wales, the Midlands and the North will no longer see their lines upgraded after a government review.

Hot weather boosts UK retail sales, 2017-07-20
Rising sales of household goods and clothes contributed to stronger-than-expected retail sales in June.

Would using an eye scanner make mobile banking secure?, 2017-07-19
TSB customers will be able to try out iris scanning technology to access their bank account.

US and China emerge from trade talks without agreement, 2017-07-19
The two sides did not issue a joint statement and cancelled press conferences.

What do parents think of summer childcare?, 2017-07-19
So what do working parents think about the state of holiday childcare? We went to see some of them in Cherry Hinton, a village on the outskirts of Cambridge

State pension age rise brought forward, 2017-07-19
The UK state pension age will now be increased from 67 to 68 by 2039, the government says.

Bosses 'silent' over race in boardrooms, 2017-07-19
There is a deafening silence over recruiting ethnic minorities into UK boardrooms, a new report says.

UK inflation unexpectedly slows to 2.6% in June, 2017-07-18
A surprise decline in inflation to 2.6% in June could ease pressure for a rise in interest rates.

House price growth continues to slow in UK, 2017-07-18
Despite the slowdown, the average house price still rose by 4.7% in the year to May.

Easy does it?, 2017-07-16
Warren Buffett has advised his wife to invest her money in low-cost index funds, after his death.

Medieval money, 2017-07-9
Medieval tally sticks illustrate what money really is: a kind of debt that can be traded freely.

Tricky trade-off, 2017-06-25
If rules are too strict, good ideas take too long to spread, but lax regulation risks no innovation.

Better prospects, 2017-06-22
What impact is China's Belt and Road initiative, aimed at boosting trade links, having in Kazakhstan?

One year on, 2017-06-22
What do economists and businesses think of the aftermath of the Brexit vote, and what do they think the future holds?

Energy revolution, 2017-06-21
China consumes more electricity than any other country but is also the world's biggest solar energy producer.

A hot issue, 2017-06-20
South Africa exports almost half of the apples it grows, but rising temperatures are hitting production.

Gaming gift , 2017-06-18
From Spacewar! to Pokemon Go, video games have created jobs, made money and driven technology forward.

Reality Check, 2017-06-16
Is the government allowed to requisition homes to provide emergency housing?

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