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    Kurdish fighters hone battlefield skills against Isis

    US-backed ground forces may have wrested the Mosul dam from jihadi militants, but their work is far from over: next comes By Erika Solomon in Dohuk

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    Yellen returns Jackson Hole to wonky roots

    There will be no Wall Street economists in the audience when Janet Yellen addresses the Kansas City Fed’s annual Jackson By Robin Harding in Jackson, Wyoming and Tom Braithwaite in New York

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    Gore sues Al Jazeera America

    Al Gore, the former US vice-president and co-founder of Current TV, has alleged Al Jazeera America “manufacture[d]” claims By Shannon Bond in New York

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    Gap to open 40 stores in India

    Gap is moving in to India’s fast growing market for Western-style apparel with plans to open 40 stores from 2015 – in the By Elizabeth Paton in New York and Amy Kazmin in New Delhi

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    Put out fewer flags for US’s world bank regulator role

    There is bald eagle rather than an elephant in the room during rows over US banking regulation. Americans typically believe By Jonathan Guthrie

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    Uncertainty grows over Scotland’s public spending plans

    Scotland’s commitment to giving the elderly free bus travel, students free university education and everyone free By Mure Dickie in Edinburgh

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    HFT ‘cheetahs’ get Chilton as an adviser

    One of the world’s most outspoken critics of high-speed traders has signed on as an adviser to an industry group for By Gregory Meyer in New York

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    Quindell shares fall over cash flow fears

    Shares in Quindell fell 12 per cent on Thursday, despite upbeat first-half results that the insurance claims processor said By Henry Mance

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    US TV takeovers threaten UK creative economy, says C4 chief

    US takeovers of British television companies are threatening the UK’s creative economy, a leading industry figure has By Henry Mance

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    Rail subsidies fall 40% in five years

    Rail subsidies have fallen almost 40 per cent over the past five years, according to statistics released by the Department By Gavin Jackson

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