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Tunisia to lift bread prices in first since 2011

Tunisia plans to slightly increase bread prices for the first time since its 2011 revolution and sell Eurobonds worth 500 million euros ($593.20 million) as it seeks to slash a budget deficit, an economic adviser told Reuters.

In US, real Black Friday frenzy online

Turnout at U.S. retailers was relatively subdued on Black Friday, with many shoppers flocking to stores to eye items in person and enjoy the festive atmosphere while waiting to do their actual bargain hunting online.

Ruhr derby test for Dortmund’s Bosz

Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz arrived in Germany at the start of the season pledging attractive, attacking football but his time could run out as soon as Saturday if his side fail to beat bitter rivals Schalke 04 in the Ruhr valley derby.

Ruhr derby test for Dortmund’s Bosz

Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz arrived in Germany at the start of the season pledging attractive, attacking football but his time could run out as soon as Saturday if his side fail to beat bitter rivals Schalke 04 in the Ruhr valley derby.

Tsonga levels for France in Davis Cup final

David Goffin and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga are each on top of their games. Both were up to the task in Friday’s opening singles matches of the Davis Cup final, delivering lopsided wins to leave France and Belgium tied at 1-1.

Boston streak ends, Thunder rolls in win

The Boston Celtics’ 16-game winning streak came to an end with an upset defeat against the Miami Heat Wednesday as Russell Westbrook won his duel with Kevin Durant in Oklahoma City’s rout of Golden State.

Unpacking ‘Inferno’ through art 

“Doubts and Loves,” the latest exhibition at Galerie Tanit, presents a series of drawings and 3-D installations by Cuban artist Ricardo Brey.

Unpacking ‘Inferno’ through art 

“Doubts and Loves,” the latest exhibition at Galerie Tanit, presents a series of drawings and 3-D installations by Cuban artist Ricardo Brey.

Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky dies aged 55

World-famous Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky died on Wednesday in London following a long illness, according to announcements on his Facebook page and by the Vienna State Opera. He was 55.

Baghdad cafe: 100 years as intellectual hub

Seated at tables with glasses of tea in the heart of Baghdad’s bookshop district, the customers of Shabandar cafe have watched 100 years of Iraq’s tumultuous history pass by.

Baghdad cafe: 100 years as intellectual hub

Seated at tables with glasses of tea in the heart of Baghdad’s bookshop district, the customers of Shabandar cafe have watched 100 years of Iraq’s tumultuous history pass by.

What happens once 'net neutrality' rules bite the dust?

The Federal Communications Commission formally released a draft of its plan to kill net-neutrality rules, which equalized access to the internet and prevented broadband providers from favoring their own apps and services.

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