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Nigerian leader declares wealthNigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari declares he has $150,000 (£100,000) in his personal account - far less than his vice-president.
Village of 1,000 sealed off over EbolaA Sierra Leone village of nearly 1,000 people is put under quarantine after a dead woman's body tested positive for Ebola.
Archbishop Tutu leaves hospitalSouth Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu returns home after spending two weeks in hospital for a recurring infection, his foundation says.
Guatemala ex-leader ordered to jailGuatemala's ex-president Otto Perez Molina spends his first night in prison after a judge orders his detention while corruption hearings take place.
Cuba welcomes back doctors who fledThe Cuban government says it will welcome back without punishment doctors who deserted while working on government-backed programmes abroad.
Springfield gets Chinese railcar plantA subsidiary of the world's largest railcar maker in China broke ground on a new $95 million manufacturing facility in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Chinese-built dams in Argentina poised to spur local economyTwo Chinese-built dams in southern Argentina are poised to provide not just additional energy, but also a boost to the local economy.
Market volatility not reason for concern over China: IMFThe International Monetary Fund does not see recent market volatility by itself as a reason to voice concern about China and the review to include the Chinese currency in the special drawing rights (SDR) basket, an IMF spokesman said Thursday.
Mercedes-Benz launches All New GLE Sport SUVThe latest launch of the GLE Sport SUV on Wednesday in Chengdu once again testified to the strength of the strong product offensive of Mercedes-Benz this year, which has taken the China market by storm.