Protests in Greece ahead of tax vote

By BBC Protesters have gathered outside parliament in Greece ahead of a vote on further austerity measures in return for more international bailout money. The rally coincides with a three-day general strike against the introduction of...

Dakota pipeline firm to resume work

By BBC The company building the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline says it plans to resume work immediately after getting permission from the US Army. Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) said the remaining work on the pipeline...

BP says total Gulf spill bill $61.6bn

By BBC BP said the final bill for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill will be $61.6bn (£46.2bn). The company believes that any further claims related to the spill will "not have a material impact". On...

Boeing fined $12m by US air regulator

By BBC Aircraft maker Boeing is to pay a $12m (£8m) fine for "multiple pending and potential enforcement cases", the US air regulator has said. The firm failed to meet a deadline to provide fuel tank...

Hass Petroleum sells 40pc stake to Oman Trading

By Christine Muchira/Release Hass Petroleum Group has sold 40% of its shares to Oman Trading International (OTI) in a move that will see the Kenyan oil marketing company embark on its strategic growth and expansion...

Communities to Benefit More from China’s Overseas Investments

By Eric Biegon in Beijing, China President Xi Jinping’s administration is promising more employment opportunities and business openings to local communities in Africa. Chinese ministry of Commerce disclosed that the increasing country’s outbound investments are...

Mazda hails more efficient petrol engine

Japanese carmaker Mazda has developed a more efficient petrol engine at a time when the industry steers toward electric vehicles. It said the compression ignition engine was up to 30% more fuel-efficient than its current...

UK fruit and veg farmers face labour crunch

By BBC UK summer fruit and salad growers are having difficulty recruiting pickers, with more than half saying they don't know if they will have enough migrant workers to harvest their crops. Many growers blame the...
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World stocks get the jitters as U.S. presidential debate looms

By Reuters/Evelyne Wareh European and Asian shares retreated on Monday as investors waited to see how Donald Trump would fare in a U.S. presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, while oil prices firmed before an informal...

Bitcoin loses third of value over week

Bitcoin continues to give its investors an exciting ride. This week, it has fallen by about one-third from a record high of just short of $20,000. So far, on Friday alone, it has lost 14%...
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