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In Nigeria, Shell’s onshore roots still run deep

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BODO, Nigeria Royal Dutch Shell wants to reweight its footprint in Nigeria to focus on oil and gas fields far offshore, away from the theft, spills, corruption and unrest that have plagued the West African country's onshore industry for decades.

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Where are the "good days"? Challenges mount for India's Modi 21 Sep 2018

NEW DELHI/BHOMADA, India Narendra Modi swept India's 2014 general election with the slogan "Achhe din (good days) are coming".

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Tidal wave of Chinese marine parks fuels murky cetacean trade 21 Sep 2018

(This story corrects name of China Cetacean Alliance in para 15 in September 20 story.) | Video

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Greenland and the hunt for better climate science 19 Sep 2018

GREENLAND Flying over eastern Greenland, the NASA scientists stared down from a Gulfstream jet as it followed the precise course they had flown in previous years - using radar to map the loss of ice. | Video

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Inside China's strategy in the soybean trade war 19 Sep 2018

BEIJING/CHICAGO The executive from one of China's biggest soybean crushers sat on a panel at a Kansas City agricultural exports conference, listening to an expert beside him explain why China would remain dependent on U.S. soybeans to feed its massive hog herds.

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How JPMorgan's CFO became the top prospect to succeed Dimon 14 Sep 2018

NEW YORK As a single mother with a British accent who loves numbers, Marianne Lake bears little resemblance to Jamie Dimon, the longtime chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co , known for his bravado, quips and occasional profanity-laced outbursts.

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Deutsche Bank's retreat to Germany gets tepid welcome at home 14 Sep 2018

FRANKFURT/LONDON German manufacturer Voith has been a customer of Deutsche Bank for more than a century.

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Millions of Americans still trapped in debt-logged homes ten years after crisis 14 Sep 2018

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa., 2018 School bus driver Michael Payne was renting an apartment on the 30th floor of a New York City high-rise, where the landlord's idea of fixing broken windows was to cover them with boards. | Video

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Special Report - Slamming the door: How Trump transformed U.S. refugee programme 12 Sep 2018

WASHINGTON/KAKUMA, KENYA On Jan. 19, 2017, Aden Hassan’s long wait to start a new life ended when he stepped off a plane in Columbus, Ohio, half a world away from the Kenyan refugee camp where he had lived for a decade. | Video

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UK's summer of discontent - Conservative grassroots can't stand PM's Brexit plan 05 Sep 2018

BEACONSFIELD, England Over wet grilled sausages and red wine on a rainy British weekend, an evening garden gathering of ageing Conservative Party members seems an unlikely setting for subversion.