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Non-profit group trains favela residents for e-sports world | Money Talks

Brazil's favelas are home to millions of the country's poorest residents. They're held back by a lack of decent infrastructure and decades of government neglect. But one charity group is gaming the system in a positive way, and giving some young people a chance to get out. Paolo Montecillo has more. #Brazil #E-sports #Gaming

Russia 2018: Brazilians revel in Germany`s World Cup woes

Russia 2018: Brazilians revel in Germany`s World Cup woes

E-sports giving traditional leagues a run for their money | Money Talks

E-sports giving traditional leagues a run for their money | Money Talks

Pakistan Elections: Imran Khan claims victory, promises reforms

Pakistan Elections: Imran Khan claims victory, promises reforms

Facebook forgetting tool. Progress or PR? – Newsfeed

Facebook forgetting tool. Progress or PR? – Newsfeed

SpaceX launches first all-civilian crew into orbit | Money Talks

SpaceX launches first all-civilian crew into orbit | Money Talks

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Biz in 60

World Bank halts influential report after ethics investigation | Money Talks

World Bank halts influential report after ethics investigation | Money Talks

Turkish central bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

Turkish central bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

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Biz in 60

Turkish Central Bank studies benefits of digital currency  | Money Talks

Turkish Central Bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

UN body says global economy will grow 5.3% this year | Money Talks

UN body says global economy will grow 5.3% this year | Money Talks

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Biz in 60

Epic Games in legal battle over Apple's app store hegemony | Money Talks

Epic Games in legal battle over Apple's app store hegemony | Money Talks

Angry investors demand China Evergrande repay loans | Money Talks

Angry investors demand China Evergrande repay loans | Money Talks

US Democrats unveil plan to raise taxes on wealthy Americans | Money Talks

US Democrats unveil plan to raise taxes on wealthy Americans | Money Talks

International community pledges $1.1B to help Afghans | Money Talks

International community pledges $1.1B to help Afghans | Money Talks

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