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Shares of the beleaguered oil producer fell to as low as $1.51 on Monday after a trade publication reported that the company had hired restructuring lawyers.
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FTSE 100 shares drop 2.7% as global stock markets take another pounding

In London's the FTSE 100 closed down nearly 3 per cent, or 158.7 points at 5689.36, meaning that it has fallen nearly 10 per cent since the start of the year.
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South Africa: Angola and Nigeria mentioned at Cape Town Mining event

Cape Town - Angola and Nigeria are the most mentioned African countries on the first day of the Mining Conference (Mining Indaba) that opened Monday in South Africa?s Cape Town., The two countries wer
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Feb 8 (Reuters) - Banca Popolare di Milano CEO Giuseppe Castagna says:
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CORRECTED-GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares tumble on global growth concerns; Treasury yields fall

NEW YORK, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Stock indexes worldwide tumbled on Monday, led by banking stocks in Europe and technology stocks on Wall Street on persisting fears of a global economic slowdown, while ben
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UPDATE 1-Noranda Aluminum hit by commodity crash, seeks bankruptcy

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UPDATE 2-Houlihan Lokey says U.S. head of M&A group has died

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SeaWorld switches beluga whales

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Two whales on loan to SeaWorld from Georgia Aquarium - 12-ye

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Cruise ship that sailed in storm headed back to home port

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From Belize to Canada hosts at Airbnb are sharing more than just their homes inviting guests to castaway on a private island for as little as £107 a night. MailOnline Travel has rounded up a select
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'A celebration that turned into a nightmare': Couple who fell ill on Cancun holiday describe anger at 'dirty bedding, lukewarm food and hotel construction work'

Nichola Driver, 36, and her husband Wayne, had travelled to Cancun in Mexico to celebrate Wayne's 40th birthday in October 2015, but say their celebration turned into 'an absolute nightmare.'
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Magical Miami is in the pink: How hot new hotels, cool bars and design flourishes are turning Florida's party city into a paradise 

It has long been renowned as a place for lazy days on the beach, and long nights on the tiles. But now, Miami has an increasingly cool edge to it, thanks to a blur of chic hotels. Jenny Coad is impr
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Tourist flies stray dog Charlie home to LA after bonding with him on Peru holiday and paying to treat his 'raw paws, broken skin and malnutrition'

Ursula Vari from Los Angeles in California, was on holiday in Peru when the dog, which she later named Charlie, approached her in pain just hours before her flight was due to take off.
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The heat is on: Participants from around the world brave the cold to compete in the European SAUNA Marathon in Estonia

The European Sauna Marathon in Otepaa, Estonia, saw almost 1000 competitors, some of whom clearly dressed up for the occasion, run around the city's saunas in just six hours.
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Now THAT'S how to spend the summer holidays: Adventurous teacher and his wife condense two years of US and Europe travels into a short selfie video

Mathematics and science teacher, Justin Greak, from Houston, Texas, challenged himself and his wife Christina to travel the world between school term times in 2013.
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School boy ends up almost 200 miles away from his intended destination after boarding the WRONG plane

Roger and Andrew Ting were travelling from Hong Kong to New Plymouth on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island when Roger ended up in Tauranga on the east coast instead.
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