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Soaring prices, food shortages and declining tourism threaten to derail West African economies
Pyongyang calls the fictional thriller a 'politically motivated provocation' backed by Downing Street
From Michael Keaton playing a washed-up actor to a metaphysical film that critics just can't explain
Pixie Lott is the favourite to win, but this year's contestants have been described as 'underwhelming'
Forget 15-minute meals and school health drives. Jamie's Comfort Food is all about guilty pleasures
Compelling drama and gallows humour mix well in tale of bread factory workers
The long-serving paper tax disc is set to vanish as the road tax system goes digital
Self, a notorious purveyor of obtuse English, attacks the master of clarity for – yes – his clarity
Felicity Kendal is 'superb' in Noel Coward's near-perfect comedy of Bohemian bad manners
What the motoring press is saying about the Renault Captur SUV
As Islamic State continues efforts to advance, the Iraqi army is fighting back against the jihadists on several fronts. Co-ordinating with Kurdish forces, the army has retaken the formerly IS-controlled town of Amerli, north of Baghdad.
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