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South Africa shuts embassies in Nigeria amid violence

South Africa has closed its diplomatic missions in Nigeria, underscoring the growing strain between Africa''s two largest economies after the latest wave of xenophobic violence in South Africa., the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said Thursday. The department said while there had been "no direct physical threat" to any diplomats or staff, the situation remained "somewhat unpredictable" and there were sufficient safety concerns to close the offices in Lagos and Abuja on Tuesday. On Sunday, violent mobs began looting and setting fire to foreign-owned businesses in several areas of Johannesburg and the South African capitol Pretoria.


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US entry ban for Romanian politician imprisoned for graft

The decision announced Thursday affects Liviu Dragnea, a former chairman of the ruling Social Democratic Party serving a 3½-year prison term in a graft case, and his two children. Dragnea was found to have intervened to keep two women employed by his party on the payroll of a state agency. Until his sentencing in May, Dragnea was considered the country''s most powerful politician even though he could not become prime minister because of a 2016 conviction for vote rigging.


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Portuguese drama 'A Herdade' chronicles one landowner's tale amid change

A landowner must learn to adapt to changes sweeping his country in Portuguese film "A Herdade" (The Domain), a nearly-three hour long drama about a domineering family patriarch. The movie, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday, tells the story of Joao Fernandes, who owns a massive country estate on the southern bank of the River Tagus. "(Fernandes) has his own emotional heritage and he thinks that he needs to keep the land, and the world changes in a way that that''s no longer possible," director Tiago Guedes told a news conference.


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UPDATE 1-Samsung to launch Galaxy Fold in S.Korea on Sept. 6 priced $2,000

SEOUL/BERLIN, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday said its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, will be available in South Korea from Sept. 6 with fifth-generation (5G) mobile connectivity. It will go on sale in Britain, France and Germany in less than two weeks, with a U.S. release also planned. The remodeled version of the Galaxy Fold, which opens like a book to reveal a 7.3-inch infinity display, now has the screen''s protective layer tucked under the bezel at its edge.


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Portuguese drama "A Herdade" chronicles one landowner's tale amid change

A landowner must learn to adapt to changes sweeping his country in Portuguese film "A Herdade" (The Domain), a nearly-three hour long drama about a domineering family patriarch. The movie, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday, tells the story of Joao Fernandes, who owns a massive country estate on the southern bank of the River Tagus. "(Fernandes) has his own emotional heritage and he thinks that he needs to keep the land, and the world changes in a way that that''s no longer possible," director Tiago Guedes told a news conference.


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New push for racial equality in the marijuana trade

Black entrepreneurs who say people of color are being shut out of the lucrative marijuana trade are joining forces to close the gap. Real Action for Cannabis Equity, or RACE, launched Thursday in Boston, and its founders said the coalition will work to create more opportunities in the industry for minority owners. Organizers said they''re frustrated that all but two of Massachusetts'' 184 marijuana business licenses have been issued to white operators.


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UPDATE 1-Trump's Middle East envoy Greenblatt to resign after plan released -officials

Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump''s special envoy for the Middle East, plans to resign once the long-delayed U.S. peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians that he has been working on is released, officials said on Thursday. Greenblatt, who had intended to stay only two years when he began working at the White House in early 2017, is eager to return to his wife and six children who stayed behind at their home in New Jersey, the officials said. Greenblatt and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, as well as the U.S. Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, have led the effort to develop a peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians and have spent the entire Trump presidency working on the project.


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UPDATE 3-Pound posts biggest two-day surge in 10 months as no-deal Brexit fears fade

The pound surged to a five-week high on Thursday after lawmakers voted to prevent Prime Minister Boris Johnson taking Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 without a transition agreement and his brother Jo quit the government, citing national interest. "Removing the immediate threat of a no-deal Brexit has helped the pound recover some of its recent weakness," said Daniel Trum and Dean Turner, strategists at UBS Wealth Management. The British currency rose as much 0.8% to above $1.2350, its highest since July 29 and building on Wednesday''s 1.4% surge, its biggest one-day jump since March.


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Trump's Mideast peace envoy set to leave the White House




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