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  • 01:18 Uzbekistan Provides Farmers With Lemon Trees And Chickens To Boost Economy

    Uzbekistan Provides Farmers With Lemon Trees And Chickens To Boost Economy

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    Uzbekistan's government plans to provide almost two million rural households with chickens and lemon trees so that they can feed themselves and sell their produce. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 01:46 How Uganda Is Financing Its Top Cyclists

    How Uganda Is Financing Its Top Cyclists

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    Yusufu Mbaziira founded a bicycle courier inside his small town, Kasubi, a Kampala suburb in 2002. He hopes that the courier service can empower the riders financially, while helping to produce world class cyclists. Ciara Lee reports.

  • 01:11 Wall St Down On Geopolitical Woes

    Wall St Down On Geopolitical Woes

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    U.S. stocks fell pressured by lingering geopolitical concerns and President Donald Trump's comments on the dollar and interest rates. Roselle Chen reports.

  • 01:18 United Won't Use Police To Remove Passangers - Ceo

    United Won't Use Police To Remove Passangers - Ceo

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    United Airlines will no longer use law enforcement officers to remove passengers from overbooked flights after videos showing a passenger dragged from one of its planes spark outrage. Roselle Chen reports.

  • 00:45 Daily Mail Settles With Melania Trump

    Daily Mail Settles With Melania Trump

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    UK's Daily Mail will pay U.S. First Lady Melania Trump an undisclosed sum and issue an apology for publishing a story saying the U.S. First Lady had offered "services beyond simply modelling" in her former job. Alicia Powell reports.

  • 01:27 Political Risks Could Rock Global Economy

    Political Risks Could Rock Global Economy

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    Global economic recovery is gaining momentum but could be cut off by a "sword of protectionism" now threatening global trade, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde warns. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 00:36 Chinese Regulators Approve Chemchina-syngenta Deal

    Chinese Regulators Approve Chemchina-syngenta Deal

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    ChemChina's $43 billion planned takeover of Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta gets approval from China's Ministry of Commerce. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:11 Was Brexit Referendum Website Hacked?

    Was Brexit Referendum Website Hacked?

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    A website which allowed Britons to register to vote in last year's European Union referendum might have been targeted by foreign hackers causing it to crash before the deadline, a committee of British lawmakers said on Wednesday. Sarah Charlton repor

  • 00:51 Italian Wine Merchants Worry About Brexit

    Italian Wine Merchants Worry About Brexit

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    Italian wine merchants worry that Brexit will push Britain to import wines from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa rather than the EU if both parties do not agree on a free trade agreement.

  • 01:03 People Rally At Chicago O'hare To Protest United Airlines

    People Rally At Chicago O'hare To Protest United Airlines

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    Asian and Arab American groups rally at Chicago's O'Hare airport, where US Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky speaks out against the forceful removal of a passeger from a United Airlines aircraft.

  • 01:40 Tesco Out Of Mess But Fails To Impress

    Tesco Out Of Mess But Fails To Impress

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    Britain's supermarket giant Tesco posts solid results showing its turnaround plan is bearing fruit. But opposition to the Booker deal and aggressive competition remain major issue for the retailer. Silvia Antonioli reports.

  • 01:38 Uk Jobs A Brexit Bright Spot - Clouds Ahead?

    Uk Jobs A Brexit Bright Spot - Clouds Ahead?

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    British pay growth after accounting for inflation almost disappeared completely in the three months to February, the clearest evidence yet that households are feeling the strain of rising prices as Brexit negotiations begin. Laura Frykberg reports.

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