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Britain to be first in line to shake up financial services with open banking Subscriber content
Reuters
Despite ANC loss, Zuma reluctant to quit as South African president Subscriber content
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Globe in Zimbabwe
Under new leadership, Zimbabwe still faces education crisis
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giving back
Father founded a fundraiser in tribute to son’s friend
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Chinese blacklist an early glimpse of sweeping new social-credit control
Long-time autocratic ruler could be key to ending Malaysia’s one-party rule
REUTERS
GLOBE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Bird Man of Soweto a symbol of an evolving economy in South Africa’s biggest township
An American success story: How a Liberian refugee became the first black mayor in the state of Montana
Helena Independent Record
INVESTIGATION
How Bombardier’s ‘success fees’ gave them an inside track to deals around the world Subscriber content
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
In Cambodia, independent media close as Chinese content moves in
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Giving Back
Giving victims of domestic abuse a reason to smile again
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THE GLOBE IN BEIJING
China probes deeper into the lives of Uyghur minority in Xinjiang, shocking scholars
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GLOBE IN BRAZIL
Scrappy Brazilians making waves in the surfing world, but class and race divisions persist
The Globe and Mail
New York, the city that never sleeps, searches for its first ‘night mayor’
Courtesy Gerard McNamee
THE ROYAL FAMILY
At royals’ annual Sandringham Christmas service, Meghan Markle the main attraction
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400 years after being wiped out, the beaver is making a return to Britain