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Afghan child labor
Afghan children help their father's work at a local brick factory on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Sept. 19. While it is common for children in the county to engage in simple labor, tens of thousands of underage workers -- some as young as 5 -- are forced to work dangerous jobs, according to Human Rights Watch.
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Oil prices edged up in Asia on Tuesday as OPEC member Venezuela indicated a deal to limit output is close and after fresh fighting in Libya.
 
Who's driving the regulation?
In this July 15 photo, a double-decker tour bus drives by an Audi self-driving vehicle parked on Pennsylvania Avenue, near the Capitol in Washington.
 
As home supply still exceeds demand, real estate prices will likely decline further in the short term, according to real estate agency Eastern Dragon International (東龍不動產).
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German chemicals giant Bayer said Tuesday it had increased its earnings and profits forecasts after signing a deal to take over U.S. seeds and pesticides maker Monsanto.
 
Samsung Taiwan on Monday started to accept replacement reservations from local users for its brand-new top-end Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, with replacements to be launched on Friday, Sept. 23, according to a press release issued by the company.
 
Test your wits against Yellen in 'Chair the Fed'
Fed up with the endless talk about interest rates and inflation? Think economic growth could be faster? Think you can do monetary policy better than Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen?
 
Colonial announces temporary pipeline
Colonial Pipeline says it is beginning construction of a temporary pipeline that will bypass a leaking section of its main gasoline pipeline in Shelby County, Alabama.
 
Cannabis economy leaves Californians chasing pot of gold
Two years ago, the city of Adelanto, a crumbling outpost in California's Mojave desert, was facing a bleak future as it teetered on the brink of bankruptcy and struggled with double-digit unemployment.
 
Samsung Electronics said Sunday it had sold shares it held in four technology companies including U.S. chip-maker Rambus and Japan's Sharp to free up money and focus on its main business.
 
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