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Prices may have fallen back over the past decade, but iron ore exports are still a key component of the Australian economy.
A leak shows the company at the heart of the scandal couldn't identify owners of most firms involved.
IGTV allows users to create long-form videos in portrait mode that can be up to an hour long.
Why beer, fizzy drinks and meat could be in short supply this summer in the UK.
Administrators say that no stores are "definitely closing" and the search for a buyer continues.
Tesla says it has suffered "significant" damages as a result of the alleged theft.
A restaurant and pub chain co-founded by Sir Terence Conran shuts, putting 168 jobs at risk.
Juergen Maier says planning for Brexit is hard because the firm does not know what it is planning for.
Former executive Marcus East says it would be a good way to "tackle the digital space".
The two supermarket bosses are accused of talking "baloney" about the impact of their merger.
A London local authority requested security codes among other details be sent via a Word document.
Disney has raised its offer for 21st Century Fox to $71.3bn in cash and shares, from a $52bn all-stock offer.
The move comes after President Donald Trump imposed steep duties on steel and aluminium in May.
Passengers are angry after tickets to Tel Aviv and Dubai were cancelled for being the incorrect price.
Critics call it a "dark day" as an EU committee adopts two controversial changes to copyright law.
One of the largest crypto-currency exchanges says thieves have seized $31.6m worth of its funds.
The accountants will deliver their findings by September on 10 sites which have been earmarked to shut.
Carbon dioxide supply problems could leave fans toasting the World Cup feeling flat.
Online gambling firm let one customer deposit £758,000 with no money laundering checks.
Australia's embattled telecoms giant will cut one in four management jobs by 2022.