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Zimbabwe turns spotlight on China’s role in Africa

Beijing denies it was given advance warning of action against Mugabe

Suicide bomber kills 50 in north-east Nigeria mosque

Boko Haram militants blamed for biggest mass killing in region this year

Apple’s iPhone X assembled by illegal student labour

Interns say they were ‘forced’ to work at Foxconn plant in China in order to graduate

Russia’s military operation in Syria ‘nearing its end’

Syrian president thanks Russia for ‘saving our country’ as he holds talks in Sochi

Zimbabwe’s ousted vice-president urges Mugabe to quit

Mnangagwa refuses to return to country and says he fears for his life

Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ album sales defy streaming trend

US singer-songwriter’s latest release sells more than 2m copies in first week

Big commodity traders set to scale up and prosper

Consultant report finds size will matter as revenues and margins come under pressure

Camfed continues to change lives in Africa

Partnership with the FT a decade ago gave educational charity ‘credibility around the world’

US charges ex-HK official with Africa corruption

Patrick Ho Chi-ping allegedly bribed officials in Chad and Uganda for Chinese group

EU struggles to meet the aspirations of eastern partners

Membership commitment that some former Soviet nations seek remains elusive

Venezuela debt: US, Russia and China play for high stakes

Caracas restructuring negotiations will entail a complex geopolitical poker game

Workplace harassment: FT readers share experiences

‘An average of one sexual comment every quarter’, writes one

At home, Tencent and Alibaba leave US peers in shade

Tech giants are less known outside China but both are reaching market cap milestones

Charlie Rose suspended on sexual harassment claims

CBS News acts over allegations against 75-year-old broadcast journalist

Trump administration moves to block AT&T-Time Warner deal

Telecoms group’s chief vows to fight and warns decision will have chilling effect on deals

Yellen to quit Fed board after Powell sworn in

Decision not to finish term on board of governors gives Trump more room to reshape central bank

Mexico’s presidential frontrunner sets out austere stall

Leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador aims to quell market fears over his economic vision

ICC requests permission to investigate US military

Court’s prosecutor seeks authority to probe allegations of war crimes in Afghanistan

May backed on bigger bill to break Brexit deadlock

Eurosceptics warn €40bn divorce payment offer must secure trade and transition talks