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Money laundering cases surge after crackdown

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Tony Hsieh, founder of Zappos, where employees are famed for being happy

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James Ashton: Come to Singapore, but be aware of the rules - chewing gum is bad, gambling is very, very good

Global Outlook It is hard to reconcile buttoned-up Singapore's transformation into the world's second-largest gambling mecca. On the one hand, chewing gum is banned and possession of a few grams of cannabis can lead to instant imprisonment. On the other, one of the original Asian tigers opened a crystal-topped cathedral of gambling four years ago that has been a roaring success. Stud poker is a particular favourite.

Washington fans protest at the connotations of their 'Redskins' name

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Who knows if a new name would make you a social pariah in 70 years' time?

Belfast police hunt for group of extremists after seven attacks in 10 days on Polish residents

A group of extremists is being hunted by police after a series of attacks on Polish people living in Belfast.

China village builds £1.3 million 'money wall'

Cash windfall reportedly took villagers two days to distribute

John Prescott has backed Hull City owner Assem Allam over his plans to change the club's name to Hull Tigers

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Prescott understands the need for further financial backing and the lifelong Hull fans has given his approval for the potential name change

In images from last summer which came to symbolise anti-government protests, the 'lady in the red dress', later identified as Ceyda Sungur, is sprayed with tear gas by a police officer

Turkish riot police officer who gassed ‘lady in red’ faces prosecution and possible jail term

Incident came amid riots last summer which saw at least seven people killed

Jupiter Fund Management breaks £30bn mark

Jupiter Fund Management’s assets has passed the £30 billion mark during the fourth quarter as investors pilled millions into its funds.

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