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Zimbabwe's next leader Emmerson Mnangagwa faces huge challenge to kickstart economy
To get under the skin of the problems facing the incoming Zimbabwean president, you need to get out of the big cities and into rural areas where the bulk of the population live.
PM set to pitch £40bn EU divorce bill offer during trip to Brussels
The Prime Minister has urged the EU to "move on" with Brexit negotiations as she arrived in Brussels for more crucial talks aimed at breaking the deadlock.
New Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa praises Robert Mugabe in first address
Zimbabwe's new president has praised Robert Mugabe in his inauguration speech - as he pledged to return the country to prosperity.
Dove-maker Unilever paves way for exit of veteran CEO Polman
The consumer goods behemoth Unilever has drafted in a top firm of headhunters to help board members identify a successor to Paul Polman, its veteran chief executive.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho fears Marouane Fellaini exit
Jose Mourinho is worried Marouane Fellaini will leave Manchester United in the summer as contract talks continue to drag on.
Jake Ball says Shane Bond and Joe Root's Ashes plans are working
Jake Ball says the bowling plans concocted by Shane Bond and Joe Root paid off as England bagged four wickets on day two of the opening Ashes Test in Brisbane.
Argentina submarine search: Sound detected is 'consistent with explosion'
A sound detected in the hunt for a missing submarine is "consistent with a non-nuclear explosion", Argentina has said.
Football unites for Rainbow Laces campaign
The football community, including major governing bodies, will join to show their backing for the Rainbow Laces campaign.
Jack Wilshere says he may need Arsenal exit in January
Jack Wilshere has asked for an honest conversation with Arsene Wenger admitting he may need to leave Arsenal in January.
Beer boss balks at 'unprecedented' cost pressures in pub sector
These are difficult times for the pub industry.
Sports Direct investors to vote on £11m for Mike Ashley's brother
Sports Direct is facing a further crunch shareholder vote after recommending the retailer pay boss Mike Ashley's brother £11m.
'No confidence' vote could bring down Irish government
Ireland has been gripped by political turmoil with the country's deputy prime minister facing a no confidence vote, which could bring down the entire government.
Theresa May: Europe must be 'open-eyed' about 'hostile' Russia
Theresa May has warned European leaders to remain "open-eyed" to the threat of "hostile" Russia as she accused Moscow of attempting to destabilise the continent.
Qatar's foreign minister lambasts Saudi Arabia on London visit
Qatar's foreign minister has used a visit to London to issue a scathing criticism of Saudi Arabia's interference in other countries.
DUP's Nigel Dodds hits out at Ireland's stance on Brexit talks
Ireland's "real aim" in Brexit negotiations is to force the UK to stay within the EU's customs union, according to the DUP's deputy leader.