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A family husking Kola nuts in Nigeria, Africa. The caffeine-containing fruit of the tree Featured Related Images Print

A family husking Kola nuts in Nigeria, Africa. The caffeine-containing fruit of the tree

A family husking Kola nuts in Nigeria, Africa. The caffeine-containing fruit of the tree is used as a flavoring ingredient in beverages, and is the origin of the term "cola" Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1920s, Africa, African, Basket, Children, Cola, Crop, Employment, Export, Family, Husk, Industry, Kola, Nigeria, Nigerian, Nut, Nuts, Outer, Remove, Removes, Removing, Shell, Trade, Work, Working

Harry Rawson Featured Related Images Print

Harry Rawson

Admiral Sir Harry Holdsworth Rawson (1843 1910), chiefly remembered for overseeing the British Benin Expedition of 1897 that burned and looted the city of the Kingdom of Benin, now in Nigeria. No shame was attached to the event at the time, which amounted to a punitive expedition, and Admiral Rawson was appointed Governor of New South Wales, 27 May 1902 27 May 1909. Date: 1901

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A man wears dollar sign rings in a jewellery shop in Manhattan in New York City Featured Related Images Print

A man wears dollar sign rings in a jewellery shop in Manhattan in New York City

A man wears U.S. dollar sign rings in a jewellery shop in Manhattan in New York City November 6, 2014. A year-long investigation into allegations of collusion and manipulation by global currency traders is set to come to a head on Wednesday, with Britain's financial regulator and six big banks expected to agree a settlement involving around ?1.5 billion ($2.38 billion) in fines. The settlement comes amid a revival of long-dormant volatility on the foreign exchanges, where a steady rise of U.S. dollar this year has depressed oil prices and the currencies of many commodity exporters such as Russia's rouble, Brazil's real and Nigeria's naira - setting the scene for more turbulence on world financial markets in 2015. Picture taken November 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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