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US lawmakers have agreed a tough new package of sanctions on Russia in response to its actions in Ukraine - and German companies are worried they'll also be targeted. But the new sanctions could have an ulterior motive - getting energy customers to buy American.
US President Trump famously railed against the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying it cost thousands of US jobs and caused a trade deficit with Mexico. He's threatened to junk the trade pact if it can't be renegotiated to favor the US. But he's not the only one with little love for NAFTA - Mexican farmers marched through the streets of the capital to protest the deal.
Waste management is poor in Zanzibar: Because there's no state service to take care of rubbish on the Tanzanian island, residents often just throw it onto the streets. Now one citizen from the suburbs of Stone Town Zanzibar has decided to do something about it.
Wisconsin was one of the states in the American Midwest that handed President Donald Trump his election victory. Now it's set to be the site of a new Foxconn facility - Foxconn being a major supplier for Apple, of course. The news boosts Trump's jobs creation agenda - but some are waiting for the new workers' first paychecks to be paid out before celebrating.
How would you like to own a car driven by none other than Britain's Queen Elizabeth and pimped out to her taste? A Daimler driven by the monarch has been sold at an auction at the Imperial War Museum - and it boasts quite a few special features.
Last year, there were 150,000 Chinese tourists in Greece - a figure forecast to increase tenfold in coming years. But with a 'Golden Visa' available to those who invest at least 250,000 euros in Greece, the number of Chinese economic tourists is growing, too.